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  • Happening Saturday: Baltimore Contemporary Print Fair, Future Fest, and more

    Happening Saturday: Baltimore Contemporary Print Fair, Future Fest, and more
    -Baltimore Contemporary Print Fair: Over the course of 50 years, a low-income couple by the names of Herb and Dorothy Vogel amassed one of the most important private collections in the 20th century. The moral of the story: Buying artwork can have an immense cultural impact, no matter how small or inexpensive the work. The Baltimore Print Fair is a prime opportunity to start or develop your collection and hear from working printmakers. Through Sunday, Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive, (443) 573-1700, artbma.org, free for BMA members, $10-$15 for nonmembers. (Maura Callahan)
  • The Short List: TobyMac, Taking Back Sunday, Enter Shikari, more

    The Short List: TobyMac, Taking Back Sunday, Enter Shikari, more
    WEDNESDAY: Washington, D.C. folk band Citrine, formerly known as Kindlewood, plays the Ottobar with Fern Hallow, Tiny Timbers, and Deer Creek. Baltimore rapper Ill Conscious performs at The Windup Space with Guy Grams, 330, Sonne, and DJ Addikt. Don&...

    Debussy Riot: The life of African-American composer Undine Smith Moore

    Debussy Riot: The life of African-American composer Undine Smith Moore
    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s “journalist-in-residence,” Ricky O’Bannon, published a pretty interesting database on the BSO’s website a few months ago. He gathered the classical programs for the 2014-2015 season for 21...

    High-profile soloists, new concert series among highlights of BSO's upcoming centennial season

    High-profile soloists, new concert series among highlights of BSO's upcoming centennial season
    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's upcoming centennial season will include high-profile soloists such as cellist Yo-Yo Ma and violinist Joshua Bell, specially commissioned new music, a multimedia collaboration with NPR's Kitchen Sisters, a concert ...

    Wandering Eye: Gentrification in Baltimore, the BSO offers Golden Tickets for its 100th season, and more

    Wandering Eye: Gentrification in Baltimore, the BSO offers Golden Tickets for its 100th season, and more
    The musicians of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra may not be particularly happy with their employer at the moment—the players' committee, which leads the orchestra's union, recently aired frustrations over low pay and vacancies—but the BSO...