Thursday, September 21, 2017


A Classical, Jazz & World Music Concert Venue
409 N Charles Street
Baltimore MD  21201
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Image result for Chuchito ValdesChuchito Valdes Quartet 
WHEN: Friday & Saturday, Sept 22 & 23;  8 & 9:30 pm both nights
$25 in advance/$28 at door/$10 full-time students with ID
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Chuchito Valdes - Piano
Rafael Monteagudo - Drums
Steve Sachse - Bass
Julio Matta - Conga

The hot sounds of Cuba's roots and modern jazz come alive in the explosive hands of pianist and two-time Latin Grammy nominee Chuchito Valdes. Son of Chucho Valdes, grandson of Bebo Valdes, Cuba's most beloved musical dynasty.

Mr. Valdes played sold-out concerts during his last appearances at An die Musik in 2011, 2015 and 2016. This time Chuchito brings his trio and a conga player. Don't miss this opportunity to see his electrifying performance!

Image result for The U.S. Army Field Band Chamber Music SeriesThe U.S. Army Field Band Chamber Music Series 
TICKETS: Saturday, Sept 23 - 2 pm
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The Army Field Band is one of the premier musical organizations in the military.  The concert will feature a vocalist from the Soldiers' Chorus performing a variety of music from classical to jazz, and will include a small jazz combo.

Soloist SSG Heidi Ackerman
Josh Espinoza, piano
Amy Shook, bass
SSG Wes Anderson, drums
SSG Jonathan Epley, guitar
SSG Dustin Mollick, saxophone

Image result for Lamar M Lamar:Evolution Contemporary Music Series
Lamar M. Lamar:  Funeral Doom Spiritual

WHEN: Tuesday, Sept 26, 7 pm conversation with the composer, 8 pm concert
$15 general admission, $10 students. Purchase online ( or at the door.
Extended Play: Add $5 to your ticket to join us for a post-concert party at The Bun Shop.
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Composer, singer, and pianist M. Lamar "...plumbs the depths of all-American trauma with visionary verve" (New York Times) in his evening-length, multimedia song cycle, a radical exploration of the African-American spiritual tradition.

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An Evening of Cuban Classical and Jazz Music - DOUBLE BILL
WHEN: Thursday, Sept 28 - 7:30 & 8:45 pm
both shows: $22 advance / $25 door / $15 student; Single show: $15 advance / $18 door / $10 student

Ana María Ruimonte, soprano
Huberal Herrera, pianist -
Acknowledged as the world’s master of the music of Ernesto Lecuona, to the extent that in Cuba he is known as “El Lecuonista”

Alan Lewine Xtet

A program of Lewine’s arrangements of some the songs of Cuba’s great composer, Ernesto Lecuona, arranged in Alan’s unique original jazz style. Leading with his string bass, theXtet includes piano, drums, Cuban percussion and one or more horn players. Swinging hard, it’s straight-ahead jazz spiced with an authentic Cuban flavor.