The Performing Arts Council’s October presentation will bring actor Steve LaRocque performing as Ernie Pyle.
James Herron of previously-featured X-Ray and the Shades returns to Riderwood with his jazz ensemble, Abbey Road, to play jazz arrangements of classic Beatles tunes.
PAC’s August concert will bring the New Brass Quintet to Riderwood for a unique performance.
The PAC Classical Committee has set the concerts for the 2019-2020 season of PAC’s Classical series.
Due to the Lakeside Commons repositioning, PAC concerts will be held in the Chapel until construction is finished. This has caused changes to ticket sale procedures for all PAC shows.
The Performing Arts Council’s July concert will feature the acclaimed talents of Steve Washington.
The Performing Arts Council will be bringing a free concert with the renowned National Orchestral Institute, a program of young musicians at the University of Maryland.
Riderwood’s Performing Arts Council will present a show with Karen Akers, a star on Broadway, cabaret, TV, and movies.
By Walt Rybeck Producer, Performing Arts Council How can we cope in the face of political upheaval, discrimination and inhumanity? Singer Susan Winter and accompanist-musical director Alex Rybeck created “Rise Up Singing” with music that does its part in helping us confront and overcome the tribulations and inequities of the times. Their show draws on…
By Alan Mayers Producer, Performing Arts Council Returning to the Performing Arts Council’s Classical Series on Sunday, April 7, at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel, pianist Andrew Jonathan Welch will accompany Haerin Jee in a recital of music for violin and piano by Mozart, Respighi, Ravel, and Massanet. Pianist, conductor, and composer Mr. Welch previously…
Attend a concert and help your fellow residents at the same time by becoming an usher.
Washington D.C. area jazz singer Lena Seikaly will perform in the Encore on 3/15.