Kent County Arts and Entertainment Events- June 2019


Login to create a new event.      

  • MARCY DUNN RAMSEY and CLAIRE MCARDLE at MassoniArt

  • Saturday,
  • This event runs May 17 to June 23
  • Location: MassoniArt - MassoniArt, 203 High Street
  • Contact: MassoniArt
  • Phone: 410-778-7330
  • Email: info@massoniart.com
  • URL:  http://massoniart.com/exhibition/marcy-dunn-ramsey-annual-exhibition-2/
  • Opening Reception/Collectors Preview
    Friday, May 17th, 6-7:30 pm

    Gallery Tour & Artist Talk
    Saturday, May 18th, 12 noon

    June First Friday Reception
    June 7th, 5-7:30 pm

  • Reggie Harris Wraps It Up! The Final Concert in the African American Legacy & Heritage in Jazz, Blues & Gospel series

  • Saturday,   |  7 P.M.
  • Location: Sumner Hall - 206 S. Queen Street
  • Contact: Sumner Hall
  • Phone: 4432820023
  • Email: info@garpost25.org
  • URL:  www.garpost25.org
  • The final concert in the series produced by Tom McHugh, especially for Sumner Hall, it promises to be a crowd-pleaser!

    Tickets available through Eventbrite:
    http://aalhconcertseries.eventbrite.com.

    Reserve your's today. They do sell out quickly! You won't want to miss this final concert!

  • Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee - An Evening with Author Casey Cep

  • Saturday,   |  Saturday 5:30 pm
  • Location: Main Meeting Room, 408 High Street
  • Contact: Kent County Public Library
  • Phone: 410-778-3636
  • URL:  www.kentcountylibrary.org
  • Reverend Willie Maxwell was a rural preacher accused of murdering five of his family members for insurance money in the 1970s. With the help of a savvy lawyer, he escaped justice for years until a relative shot him dead at the funeral of his last victim. Despite hundreds of witnesses, Maxwell’s murderer was acquitted–thanks to the same attorney who had previously defended the Reverend.

    Author Harper Lee was fascinated by this true-crime tale unfolding in her native Alabama and spent years working on writing her own version of the case, but that book was never finished.

    Now debut author Casey Cep has brought the story to life, from the shocking murders to the courtroom drama to the racial politics of the Deep South. Her newly published book, Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee, also offers a deeply moving portrait of one of the country’s most beloved writers and her struggle with fame, success, and the mystery of artistic creativity.

    On Saturday, June 1, Casey Cep will speak about the “beautiful, sobering, and sometimes chilling” story at Kent County Public Library’s Chestertown Branch.

    The talk will be followed by a catered reception and book signing. A limited number of copies of Ms. Cep’s book, Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee, will be available for purchase.

    Space is limited. Registration is required.

    This event is made possible due to the generosity of the Friends of Kent County Public Library. For more information about the Friends, visit friendsofthekcpl.org

  • Open Auditions at the Garfield - Circle Mirror Transformation

  • Tuesday,
  • This event runs June 4 to June 8
  • Location: Garfield Center for the Arts - Garfield Center for the Arts, 210 High Street, Chestertown
  • Contact: Garfield Center for the Arts
  • Phone: 4108102060
  • Email: boxoffice@garfieldcenter.org
  • URL:  http://www.garfieldcenter.org/gcaevent/circle-mirror-transformation-open-auditions/all/
  • Auditions for Circle Mirror Transformation, Annie Baker’s Obie Award-winning play will be held at The Garfield Center for the Arts on Tuesday and Thursday, June 4th and 6th at 6PM, and Saturday, June 8th at 10AM. Directed by Bonnie Hill, the play runs three weekends from August 23 rd – September 8th .

    In an artsy small town, a quirky collection of strangers assembles to take a six-week-long acting class in the local community center. The students engage in theatre games and warm-ups, and end up exploring their lives through tiny leaps of faith and creativity. This delightful and delicious comedy landed on the Top Ten lists of The New York Times and The New Yorker for 2010. It is an absolute feast for both actor and audience alike!

    Casting needs: 3 (F) and 2 (M)
    Marty – Instructor of the adult drama class – Female – Age 50 – 65
    James – Marty’s husband, a student in the class – Male – Age 50 -65
    Schultz – a carpenter, and vulnerable divorcee – Male – Age 35-50
    Theresa – a flirty former actress from New York – Female – Age 30 – 45
    Lauren – an awkward high school student Female – Age 16-20

    Familiarity with the script is beneficial, and scripts are available at the Garfield for your perusal, but must be returned. Agility is a benefit, “hooping” (using a hula hoop) is necessary for Theresa and James. Be prepared to do cold readings from the script and dress casually. Anyone interested in assisting backstage is encouraged to come to auditions. If you cannot come to auditions and are interested in reading for a role, or if you have any questions about the production, please contact the Garfield (410-810-2060) or Director Bonnie Hill by email or by phone (410-348-5181; cell: 410-708-2870)

  • National Music Festival

  • Tuesday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Bethel A.M.E. Church - 237 N College Ave
  • Contact: Caitlin Patton
  • Phone: 443-480-0221
  • Email: info@nationalmusic.us
  • URL:  www.nationalmusic.us
  • Master Class with Orchestra, NMF Horn Mentor Michelle Stebleton with Apprentices
    Mozart, Concerto for Horn and Orchestra in E-flat, Kv. 495

  • National Music Festival

  • Wednesday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Sacred Heart Catholic Church - 508 High Street
  • Contact: Caitlin Patton
  • Phone: 443-480-0221
  • Email: info@nationalmusic.us
  • URL:  www.nationalmusic.us
  • Música de Câmara I $15
    Szervánsky, Woodwind Quintet No. 1
    Persichetti, Serenade No. 10
    Reinaldo Moya, Brass Quintet
    A. Bertali, Sonata à 3, for Violins, Sackbut & Continuo in d
    Beethoven, Sextet for Two Horns & String Quartet

  • One Day University: The Science of Sleep & Stress

  • Thursday,   |  Thursday, 3 - 4 pm
  • Location: 408 High Street
  • Contact: Kent County Public Library
  • Phone: 410-778-3636
  • URL:  www.kentcountylibrary.org/events/calendar.php
  • Join us in the Wave Room collaborative space for a free virtual lecture!

    One Day University is an online platform that works with outstanding professors from schools across the country to enable thousands of people to attend excellent and engaging lectures virtually. At One Day U there are no grades, no tests, no homework — just the pure joy of lifelong learning!

    The Science of Sleep and Stress

    presented by Jessica Payne, University of Notre Dame

    Delve into the mind to explore how sleep and stress affect creativity, focus, and memory. Learn how to control your sleep habits to ensure maximum productivity 24/7.

    Space is limited. Registration is required.

  • Mindful Start Kids Yoga with Stav

  • Thursday,   |  Thursday, 11 - 11:45 am
  • This event runs June 6 to June 27
  • Location: 408 High Street
  • Contact: Kent County Public Library
  • Phone: 410-778-3636
  • URL:  www.kentcountylibrary.org/events/calendar.php
  • Mindful Start kids yoga is its own specialized, healthy activity and mind-body movement class, that teaches mindfulness, breathing, sharing, and self-regulation. Mindful Start classes are playful, silly, and active. Our classes include kid-friendly yoga poses, creative warm-ups and check-ins, focus activities, Social Emotional Learning, and relaxing rest time; Mindful Start is -most of all- FUN!

    Ages 2-4 with parent. Younger children are welcome to watch.

    No special equipment is needed.

    About the Instructor: Stav Pinder, BA: an actress, mom, & cat lover— moonlighting as a child whisperer, is a three-time Certified Kids Yoga Teacher & Founder of Mindful Start LLC. Starring in “My Little Yogi”on YouTube, Stav has been practiced in yoga & childcare for nearly a decade. Stav began teaching kids mindfulness when she saw how easy it was for children to feel stressed at school & at home. Previously an Off Broadway performer, preschool, middle school, & Special Education teacher, Stav's own yoga journey gifted her with a nonjudgmental approach towards a healing lifestyle.


    She believes that teaching kids mindfulness is an essential way to learn about kindness, gratitude, patience, sharing, & feelings. Stavespecially enjoys adding song, Social Emotional Learning, and puppetry, for a well-rounded experience. Any moment can be a mindful moment, at Mindful Start!

  • National Music Festival

  • Thursday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Sacred Heart Catholic Church - 508 High Street
  • Contact: Caitlin Patton
  • Phone: 443-480-0221
  • Email: info@nationalmusic.us
  • URL:  www.nationalmusic.us
  • Música de Câmara II, $15

    Ewald, Quintet for Brass, No. 1
    Fries, Pling 4
    Ibert, Deux Interludes
    Williams, Music from Schindler’s List (arr. Kanga)
    Haydn, String Quartet in B-flat, The Sunrise

  • The Mainstay at the Garfield presents: Haint Blue

  • Friday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Garfield Center for the Arts - Garfield Center for the Arts, 210 High Street, Chestertown
  • Contact: Garfield Center for the Arts
  • Phone: 4108102060
  • Email: boxoffice@garfieldcenter.org
  • URL:  http://www.garfieldcenter.org/gcaevent/haint-blue/
  • “There’s folk music, and then there’s Haint Blue. The local sextet’s bold take on the Americana genre lands somewhere in the eye of the storm—between calm and chaos—a lilting chamber orchestra meets a holy roller gospel choir…. In the three years since the band’s debut EP, their chemistry has coalesced into a crescendo of emotion and talent. You feel their rich harmonies, of voice and instrument, in your bones.”

    -Baltimore Magazine

  • Community Open House at the Garfield

  • Friday,   |  5pm - 7pm
  • Location: Garfield Center for the Arts - Garfield Center for the Arts, 210 High Street, Chestertown
  • Contact: Garfield Center for the Arts
  • Phone: 4108102060
  • Email: boxoffice@garfieldcenter.org
  • URL:  http://www.garfieldcenter.org/gcaevent/community-open-house/
  • YOU’RE INVITED!
    Community Open House at the GARFIELD CENTER
    Friday, June 7th 5-6:30pm
    Special Performance by
    The Garfield Improv Group

    Take our survey and get a free glass of wine!
    Meet our board!
    Free snacks from Above the Salt Catering

    Garfield Center | 210 High Street | Chestertown

  • Judged Painting and Craft Opening Reception

  • Friday,   |  10:00 am - 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  • Location: Chestertown RiverArts - 315 High Street, Suite 106
  • Contact: Chestertown RiverArts
  • Phone: 410-778-6300
  • Email: info@chestertownriverarts.org
  • URL:  http://chestertownriverarts.net/riverartsevent/judged-painting-and-craft/
  • This exhibition will showcase the region’s finest artwork in the Judged Painting and Contemporary Craft Exhibition, June 7 to June 30, 2019. Artists working in painting, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, sculpture and fine craft (including metal, wood, fiber, ceramics, glass and jewelry) will be on display this month.
    Curators: Marj Morani & Pat Thompson
    Judge: Mary McCoy

    Gallery Hours:
    Tuesday-Friday, 11:00 am - 5:30 pm
    Saturday, 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
    Sunday, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

  • National Music Festival

  • Friday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Decker Theatre (Washington College), - 300 Washington Avenue
  • Contact: Caitlin Patton
  • Phone: 443-480-0221
  • Email: info@nationalmusic.us
  • URL:  www.nationalmusic.us
  • 6:00pm, Pre-Concert Talk, Tawes Theatre (Washington College), included with ticket

    7:00pm, Festival Symphony Orchestra, Decker Theatre (Washington College), $20

    Richard Rosenberg, conductor
    Gershwin, Cuban Overture
    Britten, Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes
    Rimsky-Korsakov, Scheherazade

  • National Music Festival

  • Saturday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Decker Theatre (Washington College), - 200 Washington Avenue
  • Contact: Caitlin Patton
  • Phone: 443-480-0221
  • Email: info@nationalmusic.us
  • URL:  www.nationalmusic.us
  • 6:00pm, Pre-Concert Talk, Tawes Theatre (Washington College), included with ticket
    7:00pm, Festival Symphony Orchestra, Decker Theatre (Washington College), $20
    Mladen Tarbuk, conductor
    Rossini, Overture: La Cenerentola
    Tarbuk, Concerto for Flute (Jennifer Parker-Harley, soloist)
    Beethoven, Mass in C (Celine Mogielnicki, Katherine Fili, Charles Calotta,
    Adrian Rosas soloists. Chester River Chorale, Douglas Cox director)

    For other events earlier on this day see website.

  • National Music Festival

  • Sunday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Chester River Yacht & Country Club - 7738 Quaker Neck Road
  • Contact: Caitlin Patton
  • Phone: 443-480-0221
  • Email: info@nationalmusic.us
  • URL:  www.nationalmusic.us
  • 7:00pm, United States Naval Academy Band Brass Quintet, Chester River Yacht & Country Club, free
    Including favorites by Anthony DiLorenzo, Kevin McKee & David Sampson as well as popular standards.


  • National Music Festival

  • Monday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Hotchkiss Recital Hall Washington College - 300 Washington Avenue
  • Contact: Caitlin Patton
  • Phone: 443-480-0221
  • Email: info@nationalmusic.us
  • URL:  www.nationalmusic.us
  • 7:00pm, Heavenly Voices, Hotchkiss Recital Hall (Washington College), $15
    Sixteen singers from the NMF Vocal Program performing Art Songs
    Including works by Moore, Ravel, Rossini & Schubert

  • National Music Festival

  • Tuesday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Hotchkiss Recital Hall, Washington College - 300 Washington Avenue
  • Contact: Caitlin Patton
  • Phone: 443-480-0221
  • Email: info@nationalmusic.us
  • URL:  www.nationalmusic.us
  • 7:00pm, Pianist Envy, Hotchkiss Recital Hall, $15

    Reinaldo Moya, Polythene Sonata Product
    Adams, Road Movies
    Mahler, Songs of a Wayfarer
    Mozart, Quintet in E-flat for Winds & Piano

  • National Music Festival

  • Wednesday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Bethel A.M.E. Church
  • Contact: Caitlin Patton
  • Phone: 443-480-0221
  • Email: info@nationalmusic.us
  • URL:  www.nationalmusic.us
  • Potpourri: $15
    A delightful assortment of our favorite music spontaneously generated by NMF Apprentices

  • Judged Painting and Craft Gallery Talk

  • Thursday,   |  5:30 pm
  • Location: 315 High Street, Suite 106
  • Contact: Chestertown RiverArts
  • Phone: 410-778-6300
  • Email: info@chestertownriverarts.org
  • URL:  http://chestertownriverarts.net/riverartsevent/judged-painting-and-craft/
  • This exhibition will showcase the region’s finest artwork in the Judged Painting and Contemporary Craft Exhibition, June 7 to June 30, 2019. Artists working in painting, drawing, printmaking, mixed media, sculpture and fine craft (including metal, wood, fiber, ceramics, glass and jewelry) will be on display in this exhibit.
    Our Gallery Talks feature our Artists as they describe their inspirations and the techniques and processes used to create their work.
    Gallery Hours:
    Tuesday - Friday: 11:00 am - 5:30 pm
    Saturday: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
    Sunday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

  • National Music Festival

  • Thursday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Decker Theatre at Washington College
  • Contact: Caitlin Patton
  • Phone: 443-480-0221
  • Email: info@nationalmusic.us
  • URL:  www.nationalmusic.us
  • 6:00pm, Pre-Concert Talk, Tawes Theatre (Washington College), included with ticket

    7:00pm, Festival Chamber Orchestra, Decker Theatre, (Washington College), $15
    Haydn, Il Mondo della Luna, Overture (The World on the Moon)
    Haydn, Symphony No. 22, The Philosopher
    Gruber, Frankenstein!!
    (with Richard Rosenberg chansonnier & Mladen Tarbuk conductor)

  • National Music Festival

  • Friday,   |  7pm
  • Location: First United Methodist Church
  • Contact: Caitlin Patton
  • Phone: 443-480-0221
  • Email: info@nationalmusic.us
  • URL:  www.nationalmusic.us
  • 6:00pm, Pre-Concert Talk, First United Methodist Church, included with ticket

    7:00pm, Festival Symphony Orchestra, First United Methodist Church, $20

    Arthur Barbosa, conductor
    Mendelssohn, Overture to A Midsummer Night’s Dream
    Barbosa, Little Brazilian Suite (world première)
    Hummel, Concerto for Trumpet in E-flat (Joe Burgstaller soloist)
    Bizet, Symphony C



  • Life As a Radio Freelancer

  • Saturday,   |  Saturday, 10 - 11 am
  • Location: Main Meeting Room, 408 High Street
  • Contact: Kent County Public Library
  • Phone: 410-778-3636
  • URL:  www.kentcountylibrary.org/events/calendar.php
  • From baseball greats to high wire artist Phillipe Petit, from cat resorts to fly fishing in Montana, freelance radio producer Mary Saner has spent decades creating stories for NPR, CBS, Voice of America, and other outlets. Whether hip-deep in trout streams or riding a motorcycle, her mic is always close to the action.

    Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at the action, the challenges, and the excitement that make up the process of finding the story and producing the show. Learn what makes a radio piece “sing” as Ms. Saner talks about her newly published book What Else You Got? Freelancing in Radio.

    The talk will be followed by a book signing. A limited number of copies of the book will be available for purchase.

  • National Music Festival

  • Saturday,   |  7pm
  • Location: Decker Theatre at Washington College
  • Contact: Caitlin Patton
  • Phone: 443-480-0221
  • Email: info@nationalmusic.us
  • URL:  www.nationalmusic.us
  • 6:00pm, Pre-Concert Talk, Tawes Theatre (Washington College), included with ticket

    7:00pm, Festival Symphony Orchestra, Decker Theatre (Washington College), $20
    Richard Rosenberg conductor

    Brahms, Academic Festival Overture
    Strauss, J., On the Beautiful Blue Danube (original version with chorus)
    Mahler, Symphony No. 1 in D, The Titan

  • Mainstay Monday with Joe Holt featuring guest Celine Mogielnicki

  • Monday,   |  7:00 PM
  • Location: The Mainstay - 5753 Main Street
  • Contact: The Mainstay
  • Email: info@mainstayrockhall.org
  • URL:  www.mainstayrockhall.org
  • Please note the new Mainstay Monday pricing effective May 27, 2019: $10 online in advance, $12 at the door.

    Join us for another Mainstay Monday! These eclectic evenings happen every Monday night and are hosted by our own Joe Holt at the piano, partnering with a special guest. Each week is a unique, one of a kind show. Seating is casual and tables are available (bring your own dinner, if you like), along with a cash bar. Doors open at 6:30 pm with the show starting at 7:00. Click on the video link below to see select performances from recent Mainstay Mondays.

  • Mindful Journaling - Theme: Hope

  • Wednesday,   |  Wednesday, 6 - 7:30 pm
  • Location: Main Meeting Room, 408 High Street
  • Contact: Kent County Public Library
  • Phone: 410-778-3636
  • URL:  www.kentcountylibrary.org/events/calendar.php
  • Join Krystal McGinnis for an interactive writing workshop designed to explore the practice of mindful journaling and how it can be used as a tool for stress reduction, improving brain health, and better self-understanding.

    The theme of the session is hope.

    This guided workshop will include writing prompts and creative activities, plus resources to inspire continued journaling on your own.

    Space is limited in this free workshop. Please register.

  • Short Attention Span Theatre

  • Friday,   |  8 PM Friday and Saturday 2 PM Sunday
  • This event runs June 21 to July 7
  • Location: The Garfield Center for the Arts at the Prince Theatre - 210 High Street
  • Contact: The Garfield Center for the Arts at the Prince Theatre
  • Phone: 4108102060
  • Email: events@garfieldcenter.org
  • URL:  http://www.garfieldcenter.org/gcaevent/sast/2019-06-22/
  • June 21 – July 7, 2019
    Produced by Mark Sullivan & Diane Landskroener

    Short Attention Span Theatre, the Garfield’s own ten-minute play festival, opens its fifteenth year in June. Produced by Mark Sullivan and Diane Landskroener, “SAST” runs from June 21 – July 7. An audience favorite, SAST features the local talents of dozens of directors, writers and actors, and is designed to hold your attention for Just. Long. Enough.

    Fridays and Saturday 8 p.m. Sunday 2 p.m.

  • Art in Bloom

  • Sunday,   |  4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  • Location: Chestertown RiverArts - - 315 High Street, Suite 106
  • Contact: Chestertown RiverArts
  • Phone: 4107786300
  • Email: info@chestertownriverarts.org
  • URL:  http://chestertownriverarts.net/events/art-in-bloom/
  • The Seventh Annual “Art in Bloom,” a celebration of the art of floral design, will be held Sunday, June 23 from 4 to 6 pm. Floral arrangements inspired by the artwork in the RiverArts June show will fill the galleries. Please join us for this delightful event.

    Guests are encourage to vote for their favorite floral arrangement while enjoying champagne, hors d’oeuvres and live music.

    Proceeds support KidSPOT SUmmer Camp Scholarships

  • David Darwin-One Man Sideshow in North County

  • Monday,   |  Monday, 11 am - Noon
  • Location: 111-B1 N. Main Street, Galena, MD
  • Contact: Kent County Public Library- North County Branch
  • Phone: 410-648-5380
  • URL:  www.kentcountylibrary.org/events/calendar.php
  • Join us for this year's A Universe of Stories summer reading kickoff event!

    Imagine being entertained with the silliness of juggling three balls while playing the harmonica, the danger of eating and manipulating real fire, or the bizarre sounds of bare feet walking across broken glass!

    Dave's act will thrill you with whip cracking, plate spinning, lasso, ball spinning, unicycling and more.

    All ages welcome.

    This event is made possible by the 2019 Library Readers Reach for the Stars grant from the PNC Foundation.

  • David Darwin-One Man Sideshow in Rock Hall

  • Monday,   |  Monday, 2:30-3:30
  • Location: 5585 Main Street
  • Contact: Kent County Public Library, Rock Hall Branch
  • Phone: 410-639-7162
  • URL:  www.kentcountylibrary.org/events/calendar.php
  • Join us for this year's A Universe of Stories summer reading kickoff event!

    Imagine being entertained with the silliness of juggling three balls while playing the harmonica, the danger of eating and manipulating real fire, or the bizarre sounds of bare feet walking across broken glass!

    Dave's act will thrill you with whip cracking, plate spinning, lasso, ball spinning, unicycling and more.

    All ages welcome.

    This event is made possible by the 2019 Library Readers Reach for the Stars grant from the PNC Foundation.

  • David Darwin-One Man Sideshow in Chestertown

  • Monday,   |  Monday, 6 - 7 pm
  • Location: Main Meeting Room, 408 High Street
  • Contact: Kent County Public Library
  • Phone: 410-778-3636
  • URL:  www.kentcountylibrary.org/events/calendar.php
  • Join us for this year's A Universe of Stories summer reading kickoff event!

    Imagine being entertained with the silliness of juggling three balls while playing the harmonica, the danger of eating and manipulating real fire, or the bizarre sounds of bare feet walking across broken glass!

    Dave's act will thrill you with whip cracking, plate spinning, lasso, ball spinning, unicycling and more.

    All ages welcome.

    This event is made possible by the 2019 Library Readers Reach for the Stars grant from the PNC Foundation.

  • Mainstay Monday featuring Joe Holt and guest Peter Heck

  • Monday,   |  7:00 PM
  • Location: The Mainstay - 5753 Main Street
  • Contact: The Mainstay
  • Phone: 4106399133
  • Email: info@mainstayrockhall.org
  • URL:  www.mainstayrockhall.org
  • Please note the new Mainstay Monday pricing effective May 27, 2019: $10 online in advance, $12 at the door.

    Join us for another Mainstay Monday! These eclectic evenings happen every Monday night and are hosted by our own Joe Holt at the piano, partnering with a special guest. Each week is a unique, one of a kind show. Seating is casual and tables are available (bring your own dinner, if you like), along with a cash bar. Doors open at 6:30 pm with the show starting at 7:00. Click on the video link below to see select performances from recent Mainstay Mondays.

  • Here There and Everywhere, a Jazz Homage to The Beatles featuring Irene Jalenti

  • Saturday,   |  8:00 PM
  • Location: The Mainstay - 5753 Main Street
  • Contact: The Mainstay
  • Phone: 4106399133
  • Email: info@mainstayrockhall.org
  • URL:  www.mainstayrockhall.org
  • Italian-born, Baltimore-based jazz vocalist Irene Jalenti has proven to be a dynamic, soulful, and passionate performer and composer who delves deeply into the meaning of each song and brings drama and conviction to her performances with her naturally deep tone and an impressively wide range. Adept at scat singing and able to sing in five different languages, she connects with and delights a range of audiences.