After 18 long months, Baltimore Musicales is finally returning to live performance with an incredible program this Sunday, October 17 at the Second Presbyterian Church in Baltimore.

Claire Galloway, Jason Widney, Amanda Densmoor, Sean Tillery, and Ka Nyoung Yoo will perform music by Robert Schumann, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Samuel Barber, Jean Sibelius, Libby Larsen, Kurt Weill, Alban Berg, Gabriel Fauré, and John Kander, beautiful songs from Indonesia, and new works by Daniel Gilliam and Erik Franklin.

All attendees must be masked for the entire performance and provide proof of full vaccination upon arrival. Advanced online purchase of tickets is highly encouraged to reduce contact between volunteers and attendees.


This season, Baltimore Musicales welcomes 17 new singers and pianists to their roster. The return to live music is an emotional one, and Baltimore Musicales couldn’t be more excited to welcome audience members to their first concert program in October. This season, they renew their commitment to the three core facets of their mission:

  • Preserving the art of the song recital: Expressing the human experience through melody and poetry in diverse languages and styles
  • Building community through shared musical experiences: Bringing programs to new venues throughout Baltimore, and expanding to Washington, D.C. and Silver Spring, Maryland
  • Providing performance opportunities for outstanding artists: Adding 17 fantastic singers and pianists to our roster

Click here to learn more about the upcoming season.

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