GET TICKETS:  Thursday Night Live presents “The New Romance” (Ultimate 80’s Tribute Band)
Upcoming
Opera House
Jan 25, 2018
The New Romance cranks out an incredible nonstop high-energy show that will leave you breathless. You'll know every song, dance for hours and sing at the top of your lungs. Think of it as your favorite mix tape of the 80's coming to life!
GET TICKETS:  Nico Sarbanes & Friends (Jazz)
Upcoming
Opera House
Feb 04, 2018
After a standout performance with the Hot Club of Baltimore in August, jazz trumpeter and vocalist Nico Sarbanes returns to the Opera House with his own ensemble, performing a combination of classic jazz standards and his own compelling compositions."
GET TICKETS:  7th Black Gospel Music Experience
Upcoming
Opera House
Feb 06, 2018
Local gospel choirs and soloists will bring the sounds and history of Black Gospel Music. Learn about its roots and its place in the African American community of today. In partnership with the Harford County Public Library. Admission is free but registration is required!
GET TICKETS:  The Dan Meyer Choir presents “Love Songs of the First Ladies”
Upcoming
Opera House
Feb 18, 2018
The Love Songs of the First Ladies features the love poetry, writings and interviews of many of America's First Ladies sung by the Dan Meyer four-part choir. You'll get to know the serious and not-so-serious history (some would say "herstory") of these First Ladies like you never have before through the pop-styled settings of their passionate poetry. The Dan Meyer Choir is a Baltimore-based community choir dedicated to singing the original choral music of Dan Meyer. Since 2009, The Dan Meyer Choir has performed at festivals and events throughout Baltimore, including Artscape, Free Fall, the Star-Spangled Spectacular, Fluid Movement Water Ballet and other events. They have also traveled around the state and toured West Michigan. Their performances raise funds for various local non-profits.
GET TICKETS:  The Vivaldi Project
Upcoming
Opera House
Mar 10, 2018
Praised for its brilliant and expressive playing, The Vivaldi Project, co-directed by Elizabeth Field and Stephanie Vial, is dedicated to presenting innovative programs of Baroque and Classical string repertoire that combine scholarship and performance to both educate and delight audiences.  The period instrument ensemble takes its name from the virtuoso violinist and innovative composer Antonio Vivaldi in recognition of his pivotal position between earlier Baroque and later Classical composers (those well known and beloved as well as those rarely heard).  The Vivaldi Project is a 2018 recipient of the Wolf Kahn & Emily Mason Foundation in support of its educational video project.  www.thevivaldiproject.org