Concert calendar for the week of Sunday, September 25th

Posted: September 25, 2016 in Concert calendar

The Baltimore Folk Music Society sponsors English Country Dance every Monday at St. Mark’s on the Hill on Reisterstown Road and American Contra and Square Dancing every Wednesday at the Lovely Lane Church on St. Paul Street. 888.646.BFMS

At the Ram’s Head in Annapolis: Tuesday: Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek w/ Mikaela Davis; Wednesday: In The Vane of…The Rolling Stones: Annapolis Artists Playing Tributes & Rolling Stones Inspired Originals; Thursday: Amy Ray & Her Band and Chely Wright; Friday: Judith Hill w/ Karter Jaymes; Saturday: Gary Lewis & the Playboys; Sunday: Joe Robinson plus Twobadours on the Run: David Ryan Harris and Gabe Dixon. 410-268-4545

WTMD presents EMBODY with Dan Deacon, Shodekeh, Wendel Patrick, Melissa Wimbish, Edwin Perez and others for a celebration of the human voice. Tuesday at WTMD’s performance space in Towson.

There’s a Song Swap hosted by Andy Cooper and Tyler St. Clare at the Four Hour Day Lutherie on Harford Road on Tuesday. (410) 637-3728

On Tuesday there’s an old-time music jam led by Claude Martin at Liam Flynn’s Ale House in the Station North Arts District. 443-956-1702

Tanzanian seven-piece band Jagwa Music will be at Bossa Bistro in Washington on Tuesday. 202-650-9351

The American Folklife Center presents Mexican music and dance from California by Artemio Posadas at the Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress on Wednesday at noon.

Jagwa Music (photo: Werner Graebner)

Jagwa Music (photo: Werner Graebner)

Jagwa Music is at Kennedy Center Millennium Stage in Washington, DC on Wednesday at 6:00.

Uptown Concerts presents Peter Mulvey at Baldwin’s Station in Sykesville on Thursday. 410-795-1041

The Institute of Musical Traditions presents a tribute to Patsy Cline on her 84th birthday with Karen Collins, Jess Eliot Myhre of Bumper Jacksons, Letitia VanSant, and Melissa Wright backed by the Backroads Band at Saint Mark Presbyterian Church in Rockville, MD on Thursday. 301-754-3611

Also Thursday, founder of the band Orleans and former Congressman John Hall will be at Electric Maid in Washington, DC.

Another Thursday show is The Marcus King Band at The Hamilton in Washington DC. 202-787-1000

The Stone Hill All Stars
are at Germano’s Piattini Restaurant in Little Italy on Friday. 410.752.4515

An intriguing pairing of Horse Lords from Baltimore and Kaynak Pipers of Bulgaria is at the Creative Alliance on Friday. On Saturday, Mexico’s 6-piece band Troker provides a live, original score the 1919 Mexican silent film “The Grey Automobile.” 410-276-1651

Fémina

Fémina

Argentine trio Fémina has a free outdoor concert on Friday at the Columbia Lakefront.

The Orthodox Church of St. Matthew in Columbia has their annual free Multi-Cultural Festival Kings Contrivance Village Center starting Friday with Oktoberfest and continuing Saturday and Sunday.

Saturday, Roots Café presents The Streets of Baltimore: Songs of Our City at An Die Musik Live. Artists are Vagabond Motel’s Mikel Gehl & Natasha Ramirez Leland, Red Sammy’s Adam Trice, and Geoffrey Himes & Willem Elsevier. (410) 385-2638

Gangstagrass is at Hill Country Live in Washington DC on Saturday. 202-556-2050

Ramzi Aburedwan (photo: Mbadda Rohana)

Ramzi Aburedwan (photo: Mbadda Rohana)

Next Sunday, Dal’Ouna Ensemble from Palestine featuring Ramzi Aburedwan, Abeer Nehme, and author Sandy Tolan are at Rosslyn Spectrum Theater in Arlington, VA. (703) 276-6701 http://www.rosslynva.org/go/rosslyn-plaza-theater

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