Public Hours: SAT & SUN Noon-6pm
3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore, MD, 21224
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Jews in jazz playing jazz n’ klezmer jams to end your weekend right!
Daniel Wallace is a saxophone and woodwind player who has rocked the Creative Alliance stage with many a-band, including the unstoppable force that is J Pope and the Hearnow. He earned his Bachelor of Music degree from Loyola New Orleans (graduated spring 2011). He has studied with many great saxophonists, including Tony Dagradi, Dave Rybczynski, Jeff Antoniuk, Jason Mingledorff, Ray Moore, and Tim Price.
Michael Raitzyk is one of Baltimore’s hidden musical gems. A beautifully fluid player, his style is adaptable equally to the jazz world as it is to klezmer and folk traditions. For many years, he and his family held forth at Creative Alliance’s annual Charm City Klezmer Holiday Dance party.
About Sidewalk Serenades:
Creative Alliance believes that a Baltimore without live performances is a Baltimore without joy – and we won’t stand for that!
As you likely know, working musicians, dancers, magicians, burlesque performers, aerialists, and other performance-based artists have had their gigs and their livelihoods cancelled for the foreseeable future. Join Creative Alliance in creating performance opportunities for these artists throughout Baltimore while simultaneously respecting the need for everyone to keep a safe distance.
Creative Alliance is once again offering you the opportunity to have a short performance of two to three songs delivered to the front of your home (or a friend/loved one’s home) for a small fee.
Performers will come to the confirmed address, text the residence upon arrival and, like a burst of sunlight through these gray skies, share their talents from the sidewalk. The donations from each of these performance events will be shared between the artist and Creative Alliance to help keep the arts alive and thriving in Baltimore!
What if I want to purchase a concert for someone else???
What if I live in an apartment?
What if I would like a performance but just can't afford it at this time?
While there is a fee per concert, there are opportunities for those without the means to still enjoy some live music. Musicians have been asking to do additional community performances for free. If you are in need, know someone in need, or work at an organization of essential workers (a hospital, perhaps) and have a safe space for a performance to occur, reach out to email@example.com to coordinate.