The Finest Musicians in the Baltimore–Washington Area

Upcoming

November 10, 2019

Brian Ganz

Chopin, Debussy and Ravel

Preliminary program- Chopin’s great Polonaise-Fantaisie, Op. 61 and Mazurkas, Op. 33, Ravel’s Jeux d’Eau, excerpts from Debussy’s Images, Preludes and Estampes, and more. read more

Sundays At Three presents chamber music played by many of the exceptional professional musicians who live and work in the Baltimore-Washington region, or were raised in Howard County:

  • Outstanding locally-based ensembles
  • Baltimore Symphony Orchestra members
  • Musicians from other orchestras in the region
  • Johns Hopkins Peabody Institute faculty
  • Other college/university music faculty & studio teachers
  • All active chamber music performers

The musicians introduce the music with their insights and interpretation. The audience is invited to enjoy light refreshments and conversation with the artists after the performance.

Location: Christ Episcopal Church, Columbia, Maryland

Time: 3:00 p.m. to approximately 5:00 p.m.

High school students admitted free.
Younger children admitted free with an adult.

Sundays At Three is a 501(c)(3) organization.

Sundays At Three presents chamber music played by many of the exceptional professional musicians who live and work in the Baltimore-Washington region, or were raised in Howard County:

  • Outstanding locally-based ensembles
  • Baltimore Symphony Orchestra members
  • Musicians from other orchestras in the region
  • Johns Hopkins Peabody Institute faculty
  • Other college/university music faculty & studio teachers
  • All active performers of chamber music

The musicians introduce the music with their insights and interpretation. The audience is invited to enjoy light refreshments and conversation with the artists after the performance.

Location: Christ Episcopal Church, Columbia, Maryland

Time: 3:00 p.m. to approximately 5:00 p.m.

High school students admitted free.
Younger children admitted free with an adult.

Sundays At Three is a 501(c)(3) organization.

 

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