Live art and dance performance as well as performances by:
Resistance is futile, this is Turbo Folk! High energy dance music drawing on the tradition of Eastern European Czardas and Gypsy Swing, but widely influenced by jazz and blues. Under the direction of Slovak born and raised guitarist and singer Tomáš Drgoň, this band delivers an honest, authentic and entertaining mix of folklore, jazz and dance music suitable for everything from upscale clubs to dives, jazz festivals to mosh pits, arts receptions to underground galleries. Orchester Praževica has performed at several prestigious stages including the Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington DC, the Patterson Theater in Baltimore and the Drom in NYC. They have shared the stage with the Hungarian Gypsy folk supergroup Parno Graszt, the Romanian Gypsy brass legends Fanfare Ciocarlia, Boban and Marko Markovic Orchestra, and other greats on the “not so mainstream” music scene.
“Theory” is a new Baltimore band featuring bassist Lyle John Saunders, who performed at previous FAM events, and members: Aleka FarOut on vocals, Brian Shapiro on trumpet, Andre Grant on trombone Will Crowther on guitar and Jason Cohen on drums.
Phill Celeste practices musical alchemy, melting down a number of musical elements into a sound that is eclectic and varied, drawing from disco, funk, house, r&b, soul and jazz. Hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, his special blend of sound has been described as dark, sexy and abstract: a unique and modern twist on sounds both classic and strange.
Lindsey Golden (Dance Performance)
700 N Eutaw Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
$5-$15 Sliding Scale at the door.
FREE to Attend Donations Welcome
September 24 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Drum Church is a live, group experience, where the drum serves as a vehicle to connect with the divine spirit that is inside each and everyone of us. Our Gatherings offer an opportunity to think, meditate or even pray in your own way, while riding a rhythm wave to awaken a spiritual connection. Drum church is not a “drum circle“, but a guided, communal drumming experience. All we ask is for you to bring your sense of wonderment and a drum. Chairs and drums will be made available, on a first come/first serve basis.
Join us for Firehouse Arts & Music’s Inaugural Open House!
Get class schedules and tour the new space:
700 N Eutaw Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Come and meet FAM’s instructors in yoga, dance, martial arts, fine arts, music and much more!
Acoustic Music set by Asa Kurland of Slow Lights, Lonnie Jordan, Harpist, and Kevin M Gillespie~
Tarot by Farida Shourbaji~
If you would like to participate in this Flea Market, we are looking for:
-YOUR ORIGINAL ART
-Gear (music, etc.)
-All art supplies still good to use!
-furniture, lights, house stuff
-Yoga or Dance equipment
-Misc. artifacts / antiques
Bartering is encouraged. Come with an open mind and heart to meet the FAMily!
MIMOSAS and other refreshments available by donation.