The Wizard

Lyric Opera House
Friday, November 13 - Sunday, November 15

Bring the entire family to experience the show the New York Times calls a "lavish stage production" with "colorful costumes, witty choreography, and cool lighting." Journey back to simpler times with this musical celebration of the iconic 1939 MGM film, as Dorothy, Toto and their friends travel down the Yellow Brick Road to the magical land of Oz. You'll know you're not in Kansas anymore from the moment the tornado touches down and transports you Over the Rainbow in this timeless production, featuring the classic songs and beloved characters you remember from your childhood.

Phone: 
410-783-8000

All-Gershwin

Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
Thursday, November 12 - Sunday, November 15

Music Director Marin Alsop and French pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet bring a jazz-filled program of classic Gershwin to the hall, featuring his ground-breaking Rhapsody in Blue in its original orchestration for jazz orchestra and piano solo. Also on the program is Concerto in F and the "I Got Rhythm" variations, both created for Paul Whiteman's big band.

Contact: 
Eileen Andrews Jackson
Phone: 
410-783-8020

Euan Morton

CENTERSTAGE
Thursday, November 12 - Sunday, November 15

Scottish singer/actor Euan Morton was a hit as the featured performer at this year's CENTERSTAGE Gala. His stage credits include numerous roles in the UK and New York, including originating the role of Boy George in the musical TABOO in London's West End (Olivier Award nomination) and then on Broadway (Tony nomination).

Contact: 
Heather Jackson
Phone: 
410-986-4016

Roger Daltrey

Lyric Opera House
Tuesday, November 10

As lead singer for The Who, Roger Daltrey's lent his Olympian pipes to a staggering array of enduring rock 'n' roll anthems. In his first solo jaunt since 1985, dubbed the "Use It or Lose It" tour, Daltrey promises a healthy service of Who songs (his own versions), solo material - including some songs he's never played live - and covers that pay tribute to his influences and admired contemporaries.

Phone: 
410-783-8000

Veterans Day Weekend at the B&O

B&O Railroad Museum
Saturday, November 07 - Sunday, November 08

Salute the military and veterans at the B&O! Join us for special living history presentations by members of the 4th Infantry Division Military Police Unit on our WWII Troop Sleeper. Vintage military vehicles will also be on display.

Contact: 
Stefanie Hare

Dudu Fisher

Lyric Opera House
Saturday, November 07

Dudu Fisher, best known throughout the world for his stirring performance as Jean Valjean in "Les Miserables" on Broadway, brings an exciting and visually stunning concert. Based on his brand new PBS special In Concert From Israel, Dudu Fisher will take the audience on an inspired journey connecting his talent as a Broadway performer, cantor, and contemporary artist with music and stories that celebrate the beauty of Israel's landscape, culture and people.

Phone: 
410-783-8000

Duke Ellington Orchestra

Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
Thursday, November 05

America's contribution to world music takes center stage with this BSO SuperPops special event - for one incredible night of legendary jazz standards. The Duke Ellington Orchestra, led by Duke's grandson Paul Mercer Ellington, will perform such hits as "Take the A Train," "Satin Doll" and "Lush Life."

Contact: 
Eileen Andrews Jackson
Phone: 
410-783-8020

Halloween at the B&O!

B&O Railroad Museum
Saturday, October 31

Come celebrate Halloween with us! Free admission for children up to age 12, who appear in costume. All others in costume will receive a discount on admission.

Contact: 
Stefanie Hare

Free Fall Baltimore

Jewish Museum of Maryland
Sunday, October 18 - Sunday, October 25

Free admission to the museum.

Contact: 
Simone Ellin

Jewish Baltimore Bike Tour

Jewish Museum of Maryland
Sunday, October 18

This bike tour rides through the several neighborhoods of South Baltimore, East Baltimore and Bolton Hill looking at the remaining Jewish sites that tell the history of the Jewish Baltimore. Participants will see neighborhoods that seem anchored in time and others that are experiencing dramatic changes. Learn about the immigration history of Jewish Baltimore.

Contact: 
Simone Ellin
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