The Performing Arts Association of Linthicum

P.O. Box 321, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090-0321

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CONCERTS - SEASONS 1 TO 34

34th Season: 2015-2016

33nd Season: 2014-2015

32nd Season: 2013-2014

31st Season: 2012-2013 464 subs

30th Season: 2011-2012

29th Season: 2010-2011 492 subs

28th Season: 2009-2010

27th Season: 2008-2009 534 sbs

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26th Season:  2007-2008

622 Subscriptions

September 30, 2007 (Sun) 3:00PM: Annapolis Symphony Orchestra  Maryland's Capitol City orchestra, under the leadership of Music Director Jose-Luis Nova will present an exciting concert highlighted by "Brahms Violin Concerto" performed by rising American soloist Soovin Kim. ($22)

November 10, 2007 (Sat) 7:30PM: Yesterday Once More - Life and love in the sensational 70's. Enjoy the "songs that make the whole world sing" presented by an all-star ensemble of singers and musicians, featuring Mac Frampton, the show's creator. ($22)

December 1, 2007 (Sat) 7:30PM: Celtic Christmas Suites - Ballet Theatre of Maryland  Highly acclaimed choreographer, Dianna Cuatto, Artistic Director of the Ballet Theater of Maryland and Maggie Sansone, one of America's finest hammered dulcimer performers combine their talents to create a unique vision of the Celtic Yuletide Traditions through dance and music. Sansone's blend of the traditional with original Celtic music fuses with Cuatto's interweaving of the Classical and Celtic dance forms to take you on a journey through time - a journey where professional dancers and musicians will transport you to places past, present and perhaps even future. ($22)

December 11, 2007 (Tue) 7:30PM: The Jazz Ambassadors is the United States Army's premier touring jazz orchestra. This 19-member big band, formed in 1969, has received great acclaim both at home and abroad performing America's original art form, jazz. (Free)

March 1, 2008 (Sat) 7:30PM: Federal City Brass Band - Based in Baltimore, this band uses original instruments and recreates the sound and appearance of a Civil War era brass band, the 26th North Carolina Regimental Band. ($20)

April 13, 2008 (Sun) 3:00PM: Revolution - This tribute to the Beatles provides a sublime chance to relive the music of the most popular rock 'n roll group of all time by this leading world-wide touring show. ($22) 

 May 15, 2008 (Thur) 7:30PM:  U.S. Navy Band of Washington, D.C. Recognized as "The World's Finest," the Band features some of the nation's top musicians and performs a wide variety of music ranging from classical orchestral works to original arrangements of current popular favorites, as well as traditional marches and patriotic fare. (Free)
Hear the Navy Band's version of Anchors Aweigh here. (Webmaster was a sailor 1946-48)

25th Season - 2006-07

639 Subscriptions

  • Sept 30, 2006 (Sat.) 8 PM Simply Sinatra - Frank Sinatra Tribute - Brooks Tegler -Ol' Blue Eyes is back...in the person of  Steve Lippia  whose voice is uncannily like the original Frank Sinatra. .- ($22)
  • Oct. 14, 2006 (Sat.) 25th Anniversary Gala - Rolling Road GolfClub
  • Oct. 28, 2006 (Sat.) 8 PM Jason Stearns - baritone. Formerly with the U.S. Army Chorale and a featured soloist with the U.S. Army Band, this award-winning baritone will sing opera and show music. He will be accompanied by Eileen Cornett($20)
  • Dec. 10, 2006 (Sun.) 3 PM Mr. Jack Daniel's Silver Cornet Band   Experience the joys and sounds of a turn of the century Hometown Christmas with these folksy and appealing musicians. ($22)
  • Dec. 11, 2006 (Mon.) 8 PM The Jazz Ambassadors is the United States Army's premier touring jazz orchestra. This 19-member big band, formed in 1969, has received great acclaim both at home and abroad performing America's original art form, jazz.  Bring non-perishable food for NCEON. (Free)
  • March 4, 2007 (Sun.) 3 PM Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra  Enjoy a unique orchestra...featuring music in a wide range of styles. ($20)
  • April 29, 2007 (Sun.) 3 PM Hector Olivera - This internationally acclaimed organist is best known for his technical proficiency...program will include both classical and popular music ($20)
  • May 20, 2007 (Sun.) 3 PM U.S. Navy Band of Washington, D.C. (Free)

24th Season - 2005-06

668 Subscriptions

  • Sep 24, 2005 (Sat.) 8 PM Mac Frampton and Three Penny Symphony in Pop Go the Classics. Six classically trained musicians who perform with a twist of POP. ($22)
  • Oct 23, 2005 (Sun.) 3 PM Ballet Theatre of Maryland - The centerpiece will be a 7-part salute to the Hollywood musical with segments devoted to Gene Kelly, Cyd Charisse, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. ($22) (This group is frequently confused with the Maryland Ballet Theatre (MBT))
  • Dec 11, 2005 (Sun.) 3 PM Alexandria Harmonizers - these gold medal barbershop champions will perform as a chorus as well as quartets. This will be a Christmas show, complete with Santa. ($20)
  • Mar 4, 2006 (Sat.) 8 PM Pied Pipers - A trip down memory lane with the group that carries the Sinatra/Dorsey musical torch into today's rediscovery of jazz and big band. ($22) (Great music on their web site!)
  • Apr 9, 2006 (Sun.) 3 PM Raleigh Ringers - Internationally recognized advanced community handbell ensemble. Listen to their version of Yakety Sax (Benny Hill's theme.) ($20)
  • May 11, 2006 (Thurs.) 8 PM U.S. Navy Band of Washington, D.C. This concert was given at the North County High School Auditorium, 10 E. 1st Ave., Ferndale, MD. (Free)
23rd Season - 2004-05

570 Subscriptions

  • Sep 25, 2004 (Sat.) 8 PM Brooks Tegler's 15 piece orchestra in a tribute to the Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band. ($22)
  • Oct 24, 2004 (Sun.) 3 PM Simon & Son, Piano Duo, will entertain in a delightful evening of classical and popular music, interspersed with humor. ($20)
  • Nov 21, 2004 (Sun.) 3 PM The Singing Duo of James Valliant, baritone, and Atdelius Washington, mezzo-soprano, will entertain with an extensive range of classical opera, gospel, blues, jazz, and country-western style music. Both are native Marylanders. ($18)
  • Feb 13, 2005 (Sun.) 3 PM Maestro J. Ernest Green with the 200 voice Annapolis Chorale and the Annapolis Chamber Orchestra and soloists will present their annual "Broadway in Concert." ($20)
  • Apr 9, 2005 (Sat.) 8 PM The Ink Spots; Sonny Hatchett, Grant Kitchings, Harold Winley and Morris Dow, one of the most popular groups of all time, will present some of their legendary hits. Listen to songs ranging from "If I Didn't Care" to " Sentimental Over You." ($22)
  • May 14, 2005 (Sat.) 8 PM U.S. Navy Band of Washington, D.C., free and open to the public. This concert will be given at the North County High School Auditorium, 10 E. 1st Ave., Ferndale, MD. (Free)

22nd Season - 2003-04

615 Subscriptions

All concerts except the last were presented at the Chesapeake Arts Center

  • Sep 27, 2003 (Sat.) 8 PM Tamburitzans of Duquesne University - East European folk music, songs, and dances. ($22)
  • Nov 2, 2003 (Sun.) 3 PM  Stef Scaggiari - Light Classics and Jazz Piano, an Annapolitan who has played around the world. Stephan Scaggiari, pianist, composer, recording artist, has been an active professional in the music industry for over two decades. His career has taken him to Turkey (the International Music Festival); to the Netherlands (the Rotterdam Music Festival); to Japan for the Concord/Fujitsu Festival Tour, traveling and performing with the Carol Sloane Group, the Modern Jazz Quartet, the Count Basie All-Stars, and Mel Torme. This year Stef performed at the 2nd Annual Saluzzo Festival in Italy with jazz legend Ethel Ennis. He has made over 30 recordings and can be heard on National Public Radio's Weekend Edition on Sundays. He is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music and has a Masters degree from the Peabody Institute. He is an alumnus of the U.S. Marine Band and was the White House pianist, performing there over 200 times. (This concert was cancelled last season due to snow) ($18)
  • Nov 22, 2003 (Sat.) 8 PM Arundel Vocal Arts Society, a program of pops music including a trip back to the Doo-wop of the '70s. ($20)
  • Feb 29, 2004 (Sun.) 3 PM Le Trio Gershwin - From Paris: the timeless music of George Gershwin comes to life with piano, guitar, and cello. ($22)
  • Apr 18, 2004 (Sun.) 3 PM Pasadena Theatre Company - Adventures with the Honeymooners presents a look at the Golden Age of television. ($18)
  • May 8, 2004 (Sat.) 8 PM U.S. Navy Band of Washington, D.C., free and open to the public.

21st Season - 2002-03

558 Subscriptions

  • Sep 28, 2002(Saturday), 8 PM Skip DeVol - Banjoist Extraordinaire-Jazz to Classical to Show Tunes
  • Nov 23, 2002(Saturday), 8 PM Sam Hagen & Kit Prothero - Classically trained vocalists
  • Jan 17, 2003(Friday), 8 PM U.S. Navy Band of Washington, D.C., free and open to the public.
  • Feb 16, 2003(Sunday), 3 PM Stef Scaggiari - Light Classics and Jazz Piano. (concert was cancelled due to snow)   
  • Mar 29, 2003(Saturday), 8 PM The Chorus of the Chesapeake - Male chorus - Barbershop Harmony
  • May 3, 2003(Saturday), 8 PM CHEVALIER - Maurice & Me with Tony Sandler as Maurice Chevalier. A native of Belgium, Mr Sandler's entertainment career spans more than 40 years and has taken him to perform on four continents. For 20 years he was the continental half of the Capitol recording duo "Sandler and Young." He has recorded dozens of albums and appeared in four European films and hundreds of TV shows. He hosted the Kraft Music Hall for one season in London and was a frequent guest on some of TV's top variety shows both in the US and abroad.

20th Season - 2001-02

633 Subscriptions

  • Sep 29, 2001(Saturday), 8 PM - Tamburitzans of Duquesne University, East European folk ensemble
  • Nov 3, 2001(Saturday), 8 PM - U.S. Navy Band, of Washington, D.C., free and open to the public
  • Dec 2, 2001(Sunday), 3 PM - The Monumental Brass, award winning ensemble, repertoire spanning the centuries.
  • Jan 20, 2002(Sunday), 3 PM - Jocelyn Taylor, soprano, opera to operetta, ballads to show tunes, from Carnegie Hall to PAAL. Selections from spirituals, operas and Broadway musicals.
  • Feb 7, 2002(Thursday), 8 PM - U.S. Naval Academy Band, free and open to the public.
  • Mar 17, 2002(Sunday), 5 PM - Maryland Sings, talented high school and college singers, who perform internationally and work with Maryland government and education organizations.
  • Apr 27, 2002(Saturday), 8 PM - Count Basie, a tribute to the Count Basie band, arranged and presented by John Tegler.

 19th Season - 2000-01

654 Subscriptions

  • Sep 30, 2000 - Mac Frampton Trio, Pops pianist: Bass, Piano, Percussion
  • Nov 19, 2000 - Nunsense, Broadway production by the Chesapeake Music Hall
  • Jan 20, 2000 - Die Fledermaus, highlights by the Annapolis Chorale Feb 18, 2001 - Beatrice Long, pianist
  • Feb 24, 2001 - U.S. Naval Academy Band, free and open to the public
  • Mar 31, 2001 - Harvi Griffin, harpist/singer
  • May 5, 2001 - U.S. Navy Band of Washington, D.C. free and open to the public

18th Season -1999-2000
720 Subscriptions

  • Sep 25, 1999, 8 p.m. - Tegler/Silbert Big Band - A Salute to Duke Ellington, honoring his 100th Birthday (born 4/29/1899.)
  • Nov 5, 1999, 8 p.m. - U.S. Naval Academy Band, free and open to the public.
  • Nov 21, 1999, 3 p.m. - Vladimir Svoysky, Russian pianist, classical and romantic era music.
  • Dec 12, 1999, 3 p.m. - Arundel Vocal Arts Society, Christmas music by the 60-voice choir in its 16th season. Directed by Glenette Schumacher.
  • Jan 16, 2000, 3 p.m. - Singing Boys of Pennsylvania, program balances folk, sacred, and classical music. Performed with costumes and choreography. Founded in 1970, the group of 26 boys from 10-14 years has toured abroad and in every state.
  • Mar 18, 2000, 8 p.m. - U.S. Navy Band of Washington, D.C., free and open to the public.
  • May 6, 2000, 8 p.m. - Footworks, percussive dance ensemble, an American version of Riverdance. Based in Annapolis, the ensemble has appeared with the Riverdance troupe in England and Scotland and packs in the crowds at First Night on New Year's Eve. Click here for info on clogging in the D.C. area.

17th Season - 1998-1999

647 Subscriptions

  • Sep 26, 1998 Brooks Tegler Big Band - Recreation of Benny Goodman's 1938 Carnegie Hall Concert
  • Nov 22, 1998 The Chorus of the Chesapeake - 182 member male chorus - Barbershop Harmony
  • Jan 16, 1999 The Naval Academy Brass Ensemble - open to the public
  • Feb 14,1999 Angelin Chang, Pianist - Program from "Romantic" Era of Music
  • Mar 20, 1999 Chesapeake Music Hall - Production numbers from Broadway plays
  • May 2, 1999, 3 p.m. The Sounds of New Orleans -- René Netto, New Orleans Jazz.

16th Season - 1997-98

631 Subscriptions

15th Season - 1996-97

671 Subscriptions

  • Mac Frampton Trio
  • U.S. Naval Academy Band
  • Ballet Theatre of Annapolis - The Nutcracker
  • Chesapeake Youth Symphony Orchestra
  • Helicon - Instrumental Ensemble, traditional folk music from around the world
  • Buddy Wachter - Banjo

14th Season - 1995-96

624 Subscriptions

  • Ann Zimmerman - vocalist
  • Arianna Goldina and Rémy Loumbrozo - Duo Pianists
  • Allnations Dance Company - Joy in Every Land
  • Performers Three - blend of art songs, piano solos, opera, operetta, and popular American music.
  • The Sounds of New Orleans - René Netto - New Orleans Jazz
  • U.S. Naval Academy Band

13th Season - 1994-95

696 Subscriptions

  • U.S. Naval Academy Band
  • Ballet Theater of Annapolis - The Nutcracker
  • The Warsaw Wind Quintet with Michiko Otake, Piano
  • The Charlie Byrd Trio - guitar, drum and bass
  • The Operatic Quartette
  • Ted Brown - Pianist/Impersonator

12th Season - 1993-94

541 Subscriptions

  • The Washington Brass
  • Evan Drachman & Gerald Robbins - Cello & piano
  • Buddy Wachter - Banjo
  • UMBC Symphony Orchestra
  • On Broadway - Best show music of the past 50 years

11th Season - 1992-93

591 Subscriptions

  • Annapolis Chamber Orchestra
  • Voloshky Ukrainian Dance Ensemble of Philadelphia
  • Doug Keegan, piano
  • Barry Dove Jazz Sextet
  • Edinburgh Quartet - Scotland's only resident string quartet

10th Season - 1991-92

586 Subscriptions

  • Bill Shustik - American Troubadour
  • Ballet Theater of Annapolis
  • Clive Swansbourne
  • The Bel Canto Singers of York
  • Peabody Ragtime Ensemble & Friends

9th Season - 1990-91

537 Subscriptions

  • Saturday Night Brass Quintet
  • Bach Society of Baltimore
  • Singing Boys of Pennsylvania
  • Sounds of New Orleans
  • The Baltimore Chamber Orchestra

8th Season - 1989-90

516 Subscriptions

  • Baltimore Choral Arts Society
  • "I Do! I Do!" A Musical about Marriage
  • Prevailing Winds
  • Beaver Creek Band - Bluegrass, country, gospel, ragtime, jugband, swing, etc.
  • Stef Scaggiari and Friends - An Evening of Jazz

7th Season - 1988-89

428 Subscriptions

  • The Fantasticks - The World's Largest Running Musical - Essex Comm. College.
  • Vocalworks - Classic Vocal Jazz
  • Douglas Keegan - Pianist
  • Helicon - wooden flute, penny whistle, hammer dulcimer, fiddle, guitar, cittern
  • Byrd and Brass - Charlie Byrd & Group

6th Season - 1987-88

438 Subscriptions

  • The Tamburitzans of Duquesne Univ. - Dance
  • Tin Pan Alley and the Great White Way - A lecture/performance of American popular music of the Twenties & Thirties
  • "Masters and Maestros" - Dr. Ted Brown as Monet and Picasso
  • Sweet Adelines - Elkridge Chapter
  • The Baltimore Chamber Orchestra

5th Season - 1986-87

410 Subscriptions

  • The Peabody Ragtime Ensemble
  • The Messiah - Annapolis Chorale
  • Washington Ballet Young Dancers
  • McFarlane Singers "Romberg Remembered"
  • Guity Adjoodani - Piano

4th Season - 1985-86

399 Subscriptions 

  • Ed Williams Big Band
  • Monumental Brass Quintet
  • The Brevard Festival Trio - Piano, Violin, Violoncello
  • Raquel Pena Spanish Dance Company
  • The Newe Renaissance Voyces

3rd Season - 1984-85

419 Subscriptions

  • The Chorus of the Chesapeake - Barbershop
  • Spiro Malas - Bass-Baritone
  • Ronald Reyes, Pianist
  • Charlie Byrd Trio
  • Baltimore Wind Quintet

2nd Season - 1983-84

420 Subscriptions

  • The Bach Society of Baltimore
  • The Tamburitzans of Duquesne University - dance
  • Annapolis Symphony Orchestra
  • Isador & Ann Saslav - Duo recital in Violin, Piano & Harpsichord

1st Season - 1982-83

446 Subscriptions

  • The Annapolis Brass Quintet
  • Towson State University Dance Company in Concert
  • Edinburgh (String) Quartet
  • Dr. Ted Brown as Mozart and Beethoven