Music and Performance

Tue Apr 2

Writer and musician Jordannah Elizabeth’s folk soul sound is informed by everything from jazz to country, psychedelia to hip-hop all while staying rooted in the styles of black folk musicians like

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Thu Apr 4

A professed Southern Gothic, alt-country blues singer/songwriter based in Johnson City, TN, Amythyst Kiah’s commanding stage presence is only matched by her raw and powerful vocals—a deeply moving, hypnotic sound that stirs echoes of a distant and restless past.

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Fri Apr 5

A respected staple in the Baltimore hip-hop and spoken word communities, as well as a performer in our successful series of events: Baltimore Plays, Creative Alliance is thrilled to host the release of Black Root’s new album, Root Canal! Accompanied by the dynamic live band Black Root Underground, his solo sets meld the sounds of hip-hop, funk, and reggae with irresistible energy and positivity.

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Sat Apr 6

We invite you  to join MESHELLE “The Indie-Mom of Comedy” as she HOST the 6th Annual Funny, Fierce, Fabulous: THE CABARET.  This signature event “sells-out” yearly in support of Goaldiggers The Sankofa Project ( a 501c3 Program of  Fusion Partnerships, Inc.)

An outside organization is producing this event as a rental; therefore, Creative Alliance is not responsible for the program content or handling online ticket sales.  If you are interested in renting space at the Creative Alliance, please complete our inquiry form or contact rentals@creativealliance.org for more information

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Sun Apr 7

Event location: 27 Lloyd St, Baltimore, MD 21202 (right near Attman’s Delicatessen and the Jewish Museum)

Formed in 2000, Anda Union have influenced a generation of young Mongolians in Inner Mongolia as traditional music flourishes in the capital. Hailing from differing ethnic nomadic cultures, the ten strong band unite tribal and music traditions from all over Inner Mongolia. They do so by bringing a wide range of musical instruments and vocal styles together in a fusion that Genghis Khan himself would have been proud of.

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