Monday, May 14, 2012

SOME HOT PROGRAMS @ THE CREATIVE ALLIANCE

CA BannerPhoto of Event or Program ItemTodd MARCUS
Jazz Orchestra
with Bennie MAUPIN

Memorial Day Jazz Picnic
WHEN: Saturday, May 26. Picnic dinner & cocktails 6 PM, show 7:30 PM
WHERE: Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore
ADMISSION: $22, $17 members, seniors, students.


Two generations of amazing jazz
make for a Memorial Day concert to remember. Acclaimed elder statesmen and reed player Bennie Maupin has performed with the likes of Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Freddy Hubbard, Lee Morgan, and Horace Silver. Tonight he joins composer and bass clarinetist Todd Marcus, a rising national star based in Baltimore, playing tribute to the Left Bank Jazz Society, where Maupin was a frequent player.

Come early and enjoy a picnic dinner by Clementine! Dinner & cocktails start 6 PM (sold separately).
Supported by Chamber Music America, the Doris Duke Foundation, The Maryland State Arts Council, & Contemporary Arts Inc.

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Photo of Event or Program ItemTilted Torch: Extra! Extra!
WHEN: Saturday, June 9, 8 PM
ADMISSION:
$16, $11 members

Read all about it! Recap today’s top stories with news anchor Shortstaxx. Today's headlines include the latest gossip on Hollywood stars, as portrayed by burlesque queen Gigi Holliday, and a special report on the innovative local sounds by hip hop artist Christylez Bacon. Our beat reporter uncovers healing burlesque practices by Cherrie Sweetbottom. This Just In! Local districts are being scandalized by five alarm fire performances by Malibu and scantily clad Miss Joule! Tonight’s broadcast is made possible by our sponsor Dr. Finius J. Nodnol III, Esq.

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Photo of Event or Program ItemBaltimore Showcase with Anansegromma
World Refugee Day
WHEN: Friday, June 22, 7:30 PM show; 6 PM reception and global craft market
ADMISSION: FREE

Native Ghanaians Kofi Dennis and Kwame Ansah-Brew are Anansegromma, the “royal elders” of their West African village, and astounding performers of their traditional call-and-response style music, storytelling and dance. Opening from Baltimore are Iranian native Sina Navizi on the kamancheh and Iraqi native Ghazi Kurdstany on the oud. Congolese native Evodie and Wide Angle Media premiere their short youth-made documentary The Paradise That Wasn’t, following the refugee story of resettling in Baltimore.

Presented by Creative Alliance & Baltimore Resettlement Center. FREE!

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