Hooray for Hollywood ft. Empire Trio

Saturday, September 26, 2020  – 7:30 pm

Male & Female Vocalist with Piano/Violin

“…an absolutely outstanding performance!”

– Beverly Noerr, Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival

  • Former Members of O Sole Trio
  • Sold Out Venues like Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Hooray for Hollywood features the most beloved songs in the world of film from the ‘30s to the mid ‘90s. Songs from Casablanca, James Bond, Titanic, The Wizard of Oz and stories about the great singers who performed them. Glamorous Soundtrack of the Silver Screen.

Broadway Bound – 3 Redneck Tenors

Thursday, October 8, 2020  – 7:30 pm

Musical Comedy Trio

“Phenomenal voices…”

– Ft. Worth Star Telegraph

  • America’s Got Talent Top Finalists
  • Classically trained Broadway and opera stars

The boys have finally made it to the Great White Way – trailer and all. Join the three singing cousins as they stampede their way through Broadway’s greatest hits. Whether you love food on a stick or a salad from the Waldorf, this show has something for you. Down-home laughs and big city music.

Sultans of String

Saturday, November 14, 2020  – 7:30 pm

International String Quartet

“Energy & exciting music from a band with talent to burn!”

– Maverick Music Magazine

  • 2014 SiriusXM World Group of the Year
  • 2015 Juno Award Nominees

The Sultans of String are a genre-hopping passport of Celtic, flamenco, gypsy and Arabic rhythms that celebrates musical fusion with warmth and virtuosity. This amazing quartet excites audiences utilizing fiery violin dances with rumba-flamenco guitar and unstoppable grooves. Acoustic Strings Meet Electronic Wizardry.

Ballet Theatre of Maryland

Sunday, January 31, 2021  – 3:00 pm

Founded in 1978, the Ballet Theatre of MD is Maryland’s premier, professional ballet company with 21 professional dancers and 12 apprentices who come from all over to perform and train with the BTM. You will enjoy a variety of high-caliber dance performances in this program, ”Edges and Dimensions of Dance.”

Fernando Varela & William Joseph

Tuesday, March 9, 2021  – 7:30 pm

Dynamic Duo with Guest Musician

Varela: “There’s no one in the world that can do what you do!”

Joseph: “…played…magnificently and to perfection.”

– David Foster

  • Varela: Featured in Numerous PBS Specials
  • Joseph: Shared the Stage with Many World-Class Artists

Fernando Varela’s powerful voice tells the tale of a breathtaking tenor whose spirit and determination has defied the odds. William Joseph was a child prodigy writing music for solo piano at the age of five and is one of the most electrifying pianists, composers and producers of our time. A Musical Symbiosis.

Hits & Grins

Saturday, April 10, 2021  – 7:30 pm

Hit Songwriter Trio

“…one of the hottest and most sought-after tickets at the event…”

– Lori Raisch, Frank Brown International Songwriter’s Festival

  • Pure Entertainment
  • Memorable Songs and Hilarious Stories

Featuring GRAMMY-nominated songwriters and a Country Radio Broadcast Hall-of-Famer, Hits & Grins is breaking down the barriers between audience and performer. With songs originally penned for country royalty like George Strait, Joe Nichols, Ray Stevens, Alabama and more, they will delight your audiences. Good Laughs. Good Music. Good Company.

The Everly Set

Tuesday, May 4, 2021  – 7:30 pm

Tribute to the Everly Brothers

“BEST crowd response ever!”

– Loyd Kirby, ICC Performing Arts, IL

  • Sean Altman is the Founder of Rockapella
  • Jack Skuller Won Songwriters Hall of Fame Holly Prize

The Everly Set takes you back to 1957 when Phil and Don Everly first supercharged the vocal sound of Rock-n-Roll with their unique style of harmonies. Lead Singers Sean and Jack keep this great music alive with renditions of Wake Up Little Susie, When Will I Be Loved and more. Golden Hits Celebration.

Shenandoah Run

Saturday May 11, 2019 7:30 pm

Formed in 2011, this 9-piece D.C.-based ensemble is known for American contemporary folk music as well as classic folk songs in the tradition of 1960’s sounds like the New Christy Minstrels and the Kingston Trio. Their vision, keeping folk music alive and fresh, has been the key to their great success.
Formed in 2011, this 9-Anne Arundel Community Concert Association