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Mucha Música: A Musical Journey Through Latin America (Prince George’s County Memorial Library) IN-PERSON

Join Cantaré musicians and be transported to Latin America to experience the many rhythms and unique instruments from different regions, while learning about the three cultures that shaped Latin music: Indigenous, European and African. Audiences sing, play instruments and dance salsa. Please register via the link or by calling (240) […]


Prince George’s Philharmonic Performs Under the Stars (Prince George’s County Memorial Library): IN-PERSON

This event is an invite-only FREE performance by the woodwinds, brass, and percussion of the Prince George’s Philharmonic. The Philharmonic will be performing on the steps of the Center for Performing Arts, bringing some movie magic off the screen and into the night. It is our pleasure to invite you […]


⭐ Tuesday Tunes: Kane Shimabukuro & Tara “Trinity” Villanueva (Enoch Pratt Free Library) – VIRTUAL

  Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with Kane Shimabukuro & Tara “Trinity” Villanueva. Born and raised in Columbia Maryland, Kane has always had a fondness for all things Hawaiian. He began his studies in Hawaiian culture at the age of 2 and has gone on to perform in various […]


Peabody String Sinfonia (Enoch Pratt Free Library) – VIRTUAL

The Peabody String Sinfonia is a student-run, conductor-less orchestra whose mission is to bring healing and beauty to people in our Baltimore community through music.  Sinfonia is composed of Peabody students and alumni who volunteer their time for this project.  Its members believe music is now more important than ever […]


Meet William Robin, Author of ‘Industry: Bang On A Can and New Music in The Marketplace’ (Prince George’s Memorial Library) – VIRTUAL

University of Maryland professor and author William Robin discusses his new book, “Industry: Bang on a Can and New Music in the Marketplace,” with Jeremy Ney, Director of Music, The Phillips Collection. William Robin is an assistant professor of musicology at the University of Maryland’s School of Music. His research […]


Classical Sounds of the Cinema: Magnificent Movie Music (Smithsonian Associates) – VIRTUAL

COURSE DESCRIPTION Since the beginning of the talkies, film directors have turned to classical music for their soundtracks. Whether it’s Beethoven, Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Richard Strauss, Mascagni, Puccini, or Bach, opuses of almost every famous composer have added emotional depth to hundreds of films. With fascinating clips, witty commentary, and piano […]


Interactive Songwriting Workshop With Karter Jaymes (Enoch Pratt Free Library) – VIRTUAL

2 hour Q&A session on songwriting and publishing. Learn about copyright and placement information, and the do’s and dont’s of the music business. The workshop will be led by Karter Jaymes, Grammy nominated songwriter and former Drummer for the legendary Teddy Pendergrass. Karter Jaymes will also share his personal songwriting process and  perform some of his favorite […]


SING! Singalong for All Ages (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

If you enjoy making music with others, be sure to join this popular participatory musical event! Do you like to sing?  Do you miss singing with others?  Join MCPL Librarian Cissie Williams, her husband and local musician, Bill Williams, and daughter, Molly, for an afternoon of singing together.  Bring along […]