The Common Ground on the Hill
Baltimore Concert Series
Presented at Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church
6200 North Charles St., Baltimore, Md. 21212
Directions click here
Held Monthly October - April
Seating begins at 7:30 PM; Showtime 8:00 PM
*All tickets purchased online will be available for pick-up at Will-Call the day of the show*
|Group Rate Tickets
available to groups of 6 or more
|MUST be purchased as a block. Tickets are non-refundable.
|ONLY Available by calling Common Ground on the Hill at 410-857-2771.
Individual Concert Tickets: $25; $22 Seniors 65+/Teens
Purchase ticket HERE or call 410-857-2771
(Please print your receipt to bring with you to the concert)
~ Click here to view the Westminster Concert Series ~
The 2014-2015 Concert Series
Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, MD
National Classical AND Fingerstyle Guitar Champion
March 6, 2015
Only ONE person has ever won the world's top competitions in both "fingerstyle" and "classical" guitar, the 1998 National Fingerpicking Champion and the Guitar Foundation of America International Classical Guitar Competition. Michael Chapdelaine has won top honors in five international guitar competitions, including First Prize in the Guitar Foundation of America Competition, the world’s most prestigious classical guitar competition. He has been awarded two National Endowment for the Arts Solo Recitalist Fellowships and holds a Master of Music degree from Florida State University. He studied with the great Andrés Segovia and has been Professor of Guitar at University of New Mexico since 1985.
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Jay Ungar and Molly Mason
April 10, 2015
Jay Ungar and Molly Mason won international acclaim after Ken Burns' The Civil War hit the airwaves. Their performance of Jay's haunting composition Ashokan Farewell — the musical hallmark of the PBS series — left a lasting impression on everyone who tuned in. The soundtrack won a Grammy and Ashokan Farewell was nominated for an Emmy. Jay & Molly appeal to all ages with timeless renditions of hard-driving Appalachian melodies, Cajun and Celtic fiddle tunes, stirring Civil War classics, sassy songs from the golden age of swing and country, stunning waltzes, and moving original works. Wit, warmth and consummate musicianship add up to an exciting evening that cheers the heart and feeds the soul.
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