Motown, big band, and a cappella at Maryland Hall (April 27,25 and May 10, 2014)

| April 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

MotownMaryland Hall for the Creative Arts has some fantastic shows coming up later this month!

Motown: Celebrating 55 Years

 

 

Enjoy a special evening that ignites images and remembrances of a musical era gone by. Featuring the music of The Temptations, Smokey Robinson, Isaac Hayes, Patti LaBelle, Sly & The Family Stone, Whitney Houston, Earth, Wind & Fire and more!

Leave a comment on this post and we will select a random winner for a pair of tickets! 

Whit Williams “Now’s The Time” Big Band

 

 

Take a musical journey through the Jazz, Swing and Big Band Era with noted Baltimore musician and bandleader Whit Williams at a concert by his “Now’s the Time” Big Band. Williams’ 18-piece band will perform music by notable jazz artists such as Duke Ellington, Fletcher Henderson, Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonius Monk and others who made the Big Band sound of the 30s, 40s and 50s so memorable.

*Promo Code for our subscribers: Purchase tickets online for $ 13/person with the promo code ANNAPOLIS and save almost 50% off regular tickets!

a cappellaA Cappella Showcase

 

 

Experience the triumph and spirit of the world’s most famous instrument – the voice! Maryland Hall presents an evening of music by the region’s best contemporary a cappella groups: Vox Pop from Washington, DC; KeyStone from Philadelphia, Faux Paz from UMD and Nothing But Treble from St. Mary’s High School right here in Annapolis!

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