Charmaine Michelle

Posted by | August 8, 2019
10 Fun Facts About Baltimore Jazz History

After over a year of tireless work by grassroots think tank Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, Arch Social Club, the Druid Heights Community Development Corporation, and the Upton Planning Committee,...

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Posted by | August 5, 2019
Meet our Sunday’s Host: Comedian Tacarra Williams

The Baltimore Jazz Festival is pleased to announce that for Sunday's Aug 11th show, we will will have comedian Tacarra Williams hosting ! Opening for the likes of Tony Rock,...

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Posted by | July 31, 2019
Free Drum Hang with Larnell Lewis of Snarky Puppy Aug 9th

The Baltimore Jazz Festival is pleased to announce that we have partnered with Chuck Levins and Creative Nomads to present the "Larnell Lewis Drum Hang" on Aug 9th at 6pm...

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Posted by | July 30, 2019
[VIDEOS] Get To Know Sunday’s Artists

"This long standing drummer with Snarky Puppy, is a GRAMMY Award winning musician, composer, producer, and educator. A Toronto native, Larnell has quickly established himself as one of the most...

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Posted by | July 30, 2019
[VIDEOS] Get To Know Saturday’s Artists

"Violinist, Dr. Chelsey Green is Associate Professor in the String Department at the prestigious Berklee College of Music. She has shared the stage and screen with international artists including Kirk...

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Posted by | July 28, 2019
What Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Said About Jazz

"God has wrought many things out of oppression. He has endowed his creatures with the capacity to create-and from this capacity has flowed the sweet songs of sorrow and joy...

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Posted by | July 25, 2019
Baltimore’s New Black Arts & Entertainment District

After over a year of tireless work by grassroots think tank Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, Arch Social Club, the Druid Heights Community Development Corporation, and the Upton Planning Committee,...

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Posted by | July 18, 2019
Legacy of Ethel Ennis

Today Sandtown is known as the area where Freddie Gray met his demise, but at one point it was known as Baltimore's Harlem. Ethel Llewellyn Ennis, Baltimore's "First Lady of...

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Posted by | July 18, 2019
Clarence Ward III & The Power of Music to Save Youth

July 17th is saxophonist and trumpeter Clarence Ward III's birthday. Though his weekly session has now moved to Terra Cafe, this interview sheds light on the positive impact that music...

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