JAZZ IN THE SCULPTURE GARDEN
WHEN: Select Saturdays in July and August
Twilight tours, 5 PM (includes evening tour, early entry, and a glass of wine); Doors open, 6:30 PM; Concerts, 7 PM
WHERE: Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Museum Drive, Baltimore
TICKETS: Order tickets online at artbma.org, by phone at 800.919.6272, or in-person at the BMA Box Office. Service charges apply for phone and online orders.
On the day of the concert additional tickets are released for sale after 4 PM, weather permitting. Call 443-573-1701 for updates. In the event of rain, concerts are held in the BMA Meyerhoff Auditorium. Call 443.573.1701 for updates.
Outdoor reservations for Jazz + Dinner must be changed to indoor seating or rescheduled by calling Gertrude’s at 410.889.3399. No refunds or exchanges.
Twilight Tours: Prior to each concert at 5 PM
Enjoy exclusive early entry to the BMA Sculpture
Gardens, an evening tour, and a delectable glass of wine
selected by Gertrude’s Restaurant. Advance sales only;
space is limited.
Jazz + Dinner: Includes a delightful three-course dinner on the outdoor terrace of Gertrude’s Restaurant and a concert ticket. Members receive priority reservations. Please have your Membership number available when purchasing tickets.
To order, call 410.889.3399. Don’t delay, these tickets sell
out quickly! Children do not receive discounts.
Enjoy the beauty of the BMA's Sculpture Gardens with a glass of wine and good friends.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
- July 2: Hailed by The New York Times as “brillant and assured,” award-winning tenor saxophonist Don Braden partners with premiere vocalist Vanessa Rubin for a flawless evening of jazz under the stars.
- July 23: Dave Stryker is “one of the most distinctive guitarists to come along in recent years,” according to the Village Voice. He and his quintet create the perfect blend of melody and rhythmic drive.
- July 30: From the tranquil Bossa Nova to the burning Samba, Hendrik Meurkens’ trademark sound, jazz harmonica, and vibraphone produce a unique musical experience that explores the full terrain of Brazilian jazz.
- August 13: Influenced by musical greats Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, and Terrence Blanchard, native Baltimorean saxophonist Tim Green reshapes familiar melodies into graceful harmonies that fuse gospel with jazz.
- August 20: Local favorite T.K. Blue returns to the BMA with his quintet to accompany world-class baritone, guitarist, and songwriter Allan Harris, known for his smooth, multi-layered vocals.
Concerts are hosted by the BMA's Joshua Johnson Council.
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