Kent County Arts and Entertainment Events- March 2020


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  • Intimate Generations II at Massoniart

  • Sunday,
  • This event runs February 15 to March 8
  • Location: MassoniArt - 203 High Street, Chestertown, MD 21620
  • Contact: MassoniArt
  • Phone: 410-778-7330
  • Email: info@massoniart.com
  • URL:  https://massoniart.com/exhibition/intimate-generations-ii-at-massoniart/
  • February 15 – March 8, 2020

    Intimate Generations II at Massoniart
    a collaboration with Kohl Gallery / Washington College
    Art Crawl and Gallery Receptions – Saturday, February 22, 10-5 pm


  • Sophie Kerr Series: A Reading by Casey Cep

  • Tuesday,   |  4:30
  • Location: Rose O'Neill Literary House - Rose O'Neill Literary House
  • Contact: Julie Armstrong
  • Phone: 410-810-5768
  • Email: jarmstrong2@washcoll.edu
  • URL:  https://www.washcoll.edu/live/events/22009-sophie-kerr-series-a-reading-by-casey-cep
  • Casey Cep is a writer from the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, and The New Republic, among many other publications. Her first book is Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee (Knopf, 2019). A proud graduate of the Talbot County Public Schools, she has an A.B. from Harvard College and an M.Phil. from the University of Oxford, where she studied as a Rhodes Scholar.

  • RESONANCE Concert: Emily Daggett Smith, Violin

  • Sunday,   |  3pm
  • Location: St Paul’s Church 7579 Sandy Bottom Rd
  • Contact: The National Music Festival
  • Phone: 443-480-8291
  • Email: info@nationalmusic.us
  • URL:  https://nationalmusic.us/events-and-tickets/resonance/
  • Emily Daggett Smith is emerging as one of the most compelling artists of her generation–described as playing “gorgeously” and with “gracefulness and easy rapport” (The Boston Globe) . Her recital and chamber music performances have taken her across the United States, Europe, South America and Asia, and she has been described as playing with a “very beautiful tone” (The Gathering Note) and “irrepressible élan” (The Seattle Times). She is a National Music Festival mentor.

  • Caroline Oltmanns, piano

  • Saturday,   |  7:30 pm
  • Location: Washington College - Hotchkiss Recital Hall
  • Contact: Washington College Concert Series
  • Phone: 410-778-7839
  • Email: concert_series@washcoll.edu
  • URL:  https://www.washcoll.edu/live/events/22157-caroline-oltmanns
  • On March 28, the concert series presents its annual Washington College Piano Festival. This year, we are honored to close out the festival with pianist, Caroline Oltmanns. Caroline Oltmanns is fast becoming a star in the piano world, which is heavily evident in her refined, crystalline playing and charismatic persona’ (Donald Hunt, Pianist Magazine). Her impeccable musical phrasing combined with an engaging stage presence have attracted audiences both in the US and abroad. Caroline Oltmanns has recorded six solo CDs on the Filia Mundi label and serves as a jury member of national and international competitions including the Cleveland International Piano Competition. She is Professor of Piano at Youngstown State University and holds degrees from the Staatliche Musikhochschule Freiburg and the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.