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  • Steve Aoki crowd-surfs to EDM prominence

    Steve Aoki crowd-surfs to EDM prominence
    Steve Aoki can barely contain his excitement over the tour he has orchestrated. "This lineup is phenomenal," said Aoki, the dance music DJ and producer. "We've only done four shows so far, and it feels just like a festival with all these different...
  • Jazz band lends helping hand to Wilde Lake High

    Jazz musicians play gigs all over the place, but some of these concerts emotionally hit home. In the case of Alex Brown, it's an upcoming concert at his former high school that has special meaning for him. This Wilde Lake High School alumnus is a...
  • Columbia Pro Cantare delivers musical postcards

    Columbia Pro Cantare delivers musical postcards
    As Columbia Pro Cantare embarks on its 37th season, Music Director Frances Motyca Dawson has a diverse program, Choral Post Cards from Europe, planned for Saturday, Oct. 26, at 8 p.m., at the Jim Rouse Theatre at Wilde Lake High School. Some of the...
  • Evolution Contemporary Music Series presents concert by Loadbang

    Evolution Contemporary Music Series presents concert by Loadbang
    With a name as, um, loaded as Loadbang, you just know you're in for something different from the musicians who perform under that moniker. The make-up of the New York-based ensemble is unusual enough -- voice, bass clarinet, trumpet and trombone. The...
  • Ganz returns to Columbia and to Chopin

    Ganz returns to Columbia and to Chopin
    When Brian Ganz performs a solo recital for the Sundays at Three series on Sunday, Oct. 27, he won't have any trouble finding Christ Episcopal Church in Columbia. The classical pianist knows the local roads like he knows his way around a keyboard. Ganz,...
  • High school marching bands compete at Towson

    High school marching bands compete at Towson
    Drums and xylophones were lined up along with buses in the parking lots of Towson University's Johnny Unitas Stadium on Saturday as high school marching bands from around the region gathered to show off what they had been practicing for months. Students...
  • Arthur E. Jones, 88, Baptist pastor and Baltimore activist

    Arthur E. Jones, 88, Baptist pastor and Baltimore activist
    Rev. Arthur Eugene Jones, a former pastor of the Jones Tabernacle Baptist Church who also ran the Maryland Baptist Aged Home, died of pneumonia Oct. 21 at Northwest Hospital Center. The Owings Mills resident was 88. Born in Norfolk, Va., he was the...
  • Baltimore Choral Arts Society, Concert Artists of Baltimore launch their seasons

    Baltimore Choral Arts Society, Concert Artists of Baltimore launch their seasons
    Last weekend saw two more entries in Baltimore's 2013-14 music season, each yielding rewards. Saturday night at the Gordon Center, Concert Artists of Baltimore offered an unusual pairing -- Schubert on the first half, Rachmaninoff and Prokofiev on the...
  • Silhouette Stages turns Slayton House into a 1940's radio show

    Silhouette Stages turns Slayton House into a 1940's radio show
    If you want to tune into what America was like on the home front during World War II, "The 1940's Radio Hour" is a nostalgic musical revue that's bursting with songs from that era. This Silhouette Stages production transforms the stage at the Slayton...
  • Ellicott City celebrates Spanish New Year

    Ellicott City celebrates Spanish New Year
    The Howard County Concert Orchestra mixed music, dance and media Sunday in a "Spanish New Year's Celebration" at St. John's Episcopal Church in Ellicott City. With a video titled "The Best of Spain" projecting evocotive images in the room, and six...
  • Howard County high school plays ready to hook audiences

    Howard County high school plays ready to hook audiences
    Brandon Dial has a big hook to fill. The River Hill High School senior is playing Captain Hook, one the most infamous villains in children's literature, in the school's musical performance of "Peter Pan" that opens Friday, Nov. 1. Physically, he fits...
  • Liberty High's 'Shrek' is a monster effort

    Liberty High's 'Shrek' is a monster effort
    It takes seven people to make Dragon come to life. The love of Donkey's life took Alexandra Ward, 17, three months to create, a lot of trial and error and a failed first attempt. Total appearances for the 25-foot long puppet during Liberty High School's...