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Baltimore Choral Arts Cancels May 17 Mozart Requiem Concert; hosts new Facebook Livestream Series Music with Maestro

March 23, 2020 | By Karena Ingram
Audience Development Manager

For immediate release
March 23, 2020
Media inquiries Karena Ingram at karena@baltimorechoralarts.org

Baltimore Choral Arts Cancels May 17 Mozart Requiem Concert; hosts new Facebook Livestream Series Music with Maestro

Due to the COVID-19 global outbreak and the suspension of activities at Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus through May 31, Baltimore Choral Arts' Mozart Requiem, originally scheduled for Sunday, May 17, has been canceled. Choral Arts is currently investigating a possible June concert date for the performance, so please look forward for future announcements. Current ticket buyers will be contacted for ticket donation and refund options. We are grateful to T. Rowe Price for their support of this concert.

You can stay in touch with Choral Arts by watching our new Facebook Livestream mini-series, Music with the Maestro. Every Thursday night, Music Director Anthony Blake Clark will host and conduct chamber concerts featuring our singers in the comfort of his home. Music with the Maestro airs on our official Facebook page www.Facebook.com/baltimorechoralarts every Thursday at 5 pm EST.

Click here to watch the first episode: t.ly/1e057

Baltimore Choral Arts, under the direction of Music Director Anthony Blake Clark, is one of Maryland’s premier professional cultural institutions. The Symphonic Chorus, Chorus, and Chamber Singers perform throughout the mid-Atlantic region, as well as in Washington, DC, New York, and Europe. In January of 2020, Baltimore Choral Arts went on its first England tour, with a prestigious invitation to perform with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, and other performances at the U.S. Embassy in London, St Martin-in-the-Fields, and Merton College Chapel in Oxford University.


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