From a participant: Thanks for a really productive and enjoyable day today. Playing with new art materials, seeing an amazing piece of Baltimore history – right in our own backyard, being given important and updated information, getting wonderful resources from your office (an informative book on different approaches on multicultural planning), and sharing one another’s ideas and successes. What a fabulous day!
Musica Antiqua honors Women’s History Month with music spanning seven generations of Hampton mistresses, ranging from music suitable for the Great Hall--early Baltimore music, dance tunes, opera and theatrical favorites, to music for the home circle--an Native American maiden’s song, Methodist Camp music, ragtime, a World War II hit plus a work song of a Maryland enslaved woman. Performed in period costumes, on violin, cello, wooden flutes, Irish six-hole pipe, Native American cane flute and keyboard. Join us in Hampton's Orangery for one of two performances, seating is limited, free, and is on a first come, first served basis.
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