3-23-11: Maryland Morning Culture Calendar
Thursday, March 24
Benefit concert for victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, featuring violinist Hilary Hahn, Baltimore legend Caleb Stine, and students from the Baltimore School for the Arts and Peabody Preparatory, 7 pm, St. John’s Church in Baltimore
Friday, March 25
“Who Does She Think She Is?” screening and panel discussion, 7:30 pm at the Patterson in Baltimore
Friday, March 25 – Sunday, March 27 (and following weekend)
“Godspell,” Bolton Hill’s Memorial Players, Memorial Episcopal Church in Baltimore.
Friday, March 25 – Saturday, March 26
The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra presents a concert entitled “To Good Health,” 8:00 in the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis. There’s also a free pre-concert lecture at 6:45.
Saturday, March 26 – Sunday, March 27
Frederick and Carroll Wine Trails celebrate Women’s History Month, by featuring products from local women-owned businesses, including Issy’s Chocolates, Piece O’ Cake, and Twisted Pearl Jewelry.
Sunday, March 27
Bach in Baltimore concert series presents “Passion,” by Annapolis area composer Hollis Thomas, 4 pm at the Christ Lutheran Church in Baltimore.