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Common Ground on the Hill presents Tim Eriksen

Friday, November 7 at 8 PM in Fellowship Hall

Tim Eriksen

Hailed as “among the world’s finest folk practitioners” (Toronto Star) and “the best ballad singer of his generation” (BBC Radio), Tim Eriksen has transformed American roots music with a sound which embraces shape note gospel, Southern Appalachian and Irish songs, and old New England murder ballads. He has collaborated on movie scores including the 2004 Oscar-winning film Cold Mountain, contributed to the 2010 Grammy-nominated world jazz album Across the Divide by Afro-Cuban artist Omar Sosa, performed at Carnegie Hall as a soloist in Evan Chambers’ symphonic work “The Old Buying Ground”, performed on “A Prairie Home Companion” and the Academy Awards, and more. He is the only musician to have shared the stage with both Kurt Cobain and Doc Watson, not to mention Jack White and Ralph Stanley. This young musician truly carries the traditions of roots music into the new age.

Tickets $25/$22 Seniors 65+/Teens

Tickets available at the gate or online at http://www.commongroundonthehill.org/baltimore_concert_series.html or call 410-857-2771.



The Woodbrook Players present The Man of La Mancha
This show is produced by arrangement with TAMS-WITMARK MUSIC LIBRARY, INC., 560 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10022


 November 8, 14, 16, 22, 23, 29
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM; Sundays at 3 PM

The Woodbrook Players present “The Man of La Mancha,” the classic musical by Mitch Leigh, Joe Darrion and Dale Wasserman. This play-within-a-play, tells the story of Cervantes, imprisoned and awaiting trial by the Inquisition. He uses his tale of Don Quixote as a defense during a mock trial for the prisoners. Cervantes transforms himself and his servant into Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, acting out the story with the other prisoners. Filled with some of Broadway’s best-loved music, “The Man of La Mancha” sweeps the audience on a grand adventure in search of the “impossible dream.”

Tickets: $20; $15 Students with valid ID. Children under 12 free.

Tickets available at the door. Cash and Check only. Make out checks to BMWPC; please include “WoodbrookPlayers” in the memo line.

Learn more about the Woodbrook Players HERE.