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Experience Tchaikovsky's Christmas classic like never before! Hear 17 movements performed bar-for-bar by an 8-piece bluegrass band while a snarky narrator retells The Nutcracker story with his own colorful commentary.
Akua Allrich is a local musical treasure with a massive stage personality and vocal style that is fluid and ever-evolving. Her musical roots run deep into blues, soul, and rhythm and blues, with a clear grounding in jazz and Pan-African music.
Come celebrate Hanukkah with everyone's favorite Klezmer band, the Honorable Menthsn, from Brooklyn, NYC. According to Shoshana Oysher, "it is customary on Chanukah for everyone to get together to play games and sing songs, both traditional, folk and otherwise" (from Moishe Oysher's "Chanukah Party," 1950), and that's the plan. Clarinetist Michael Winograd and his band are thrilled to be joined by the fabulous Berlin-based Yiddish songstress Sasha Lurje for a night of good times and good beats while miracles abound! Don't miss out! What better way to spend the fourth night? And like the menorahs shining through the streets of Baltimore, this party will most certainly be lit.
Join the bohemians and artists of the North American Tour of Moulin Rouge! The Musical at Creative Alliance for an extraordinary evening of performances, and help us raise money and awareness for tuberculosis elimination and prevention.
Hank Williams was a consummate country songwriter, with hits that included "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," "Your Cheatin' Heart," "The Lovesick Blues," and "Jambalaya." He died at the age of 29, on New Year's 1953, leaving behind a legacy of songs and performances that will not be forgotten. In the six years of his recording career, Hank Williams songs created the definition of the perfect country song. This popular show brings together an all-star cast of friends who get together just once a year to celebrate the songs of a country music idol.
We are thrilled to welcomer back Marc Ribot's Ceramic Dog to the Patterson to celebrate their 5th studio release, Connection. Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog has long pushed the boundaries between traditional pop songcraft and avant-garde improvisational music, bridging their customary genre-agnostic approach with elements of glam boogie, minimalist disco, psychedelic boogaloo, garage-punk-against-the-machine agitprop, and so much more.
Buy your tickets online, in person, or over the phone by calling 410-276-1651. Members save $3 on almost every show!
Our Box Office is currently open from Noon to 6pm on Fridays and Saturdays and one hour before all ticketed events. We accept cash, cards, and checks. Service fees are waived for in-person ticket purchases.