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Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian ChurchNovember 23, 2014 3:00 PM
1316 Park Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21217
No longer is "Man of La Mancha" an "impossible dream" as the Woodbrook Players stage an all-new production of the blockbuster musical. Inspired by one of the greatest works of literature ever written, "Man of La Mancha" conjures up the fantastic world of Don Quixote and his even more fantastical imagination. Prepare to be captivated by the show's Tony-Award-winning score and book, a treasure trove of some of the greatest songs of the 20th century, including "Impossible Dream," "Dulcinea," "It's All the Same" and the immortal "Man of La Mancha" with its thrilling, triumphant refrain. Join the mad, musical quest of one man crazy enough to see goodness in a world filled with darkness and despair.
JCC of Greater WashingtonNovember 23, 2014 7:30 PM
6125 Montrose Road
Baltimore, MD 20852
Trio con Brio Copenhagen likes to playfully perplex people by saying they're a trio comprised of two pairs: Korean sisters Soo-Jin and Soo-Kyung Hong, and Soo-Kyung's husband, Jens Elvekjaer. Playing professionally since 1999, Trio con Brio Copenhagen features the blended sounds of violin, cello and piano. In 2005, the Trio received the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson International Trio Award -- one of chamber music's most coveted awards -- and has gone on to play the likes of New York's Carnegie Hall and Berlin's Konzerthaus. For this concert, they'll be joined by joined by brilliant violist Ettore Causa for a program featuring Mozart's Piano Quartet in G Minor, K.478, Ravel's Piano Trio in A Minor and Brahms' Piano Quartet in G Minor, Op 25.
Formed in 1974, British heavy metal band Raven, fronted by brothers Mark and John Gallagher, began gaining a reputation with its self-described "athletic-rock;" essentially the band members dressed in athletic gear during their shows, including hockey masks and elbow pads that they would use to strike cymbals or distort vocals. They eventually gained a reputation with the rapidly growing thrash metal movement and toured Europe extensively. They continued touring and recording until 2001 when a wall fell on Mark Gallagher during a show, crushing his legs. Raven took a 5 year hiatus while Gallagher recovered, but has since resumed its tour schedule.