The Walters Art Museum

Performances at the Museum

At the Walters, the art isn't just on the walls. You can watch art here, too. Join us for a variety of performances, scheduled throughout the year.

You can register online to attend these events or call to register by phone at (410) 547-9000, ext. 237. You can also e-mail us at adultprograms@thewalters.org.

Thank you for your support!

Upcoming Events

Peabody on the Court Music Series: Andrew Marino

Peabody on the Court Music Series: Andrew Marino

Friday, May 06, 2016
12:00 PM–01:00 PM

Please join us for this Peabody on the Court Music Series concert featuring guitarist Andrew Marino. Held on the Sculpture Court, these free concerts are presented on select first Fridays in partnership with the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University.

ART/SOUND/NOW: Wendel Patrick and Mark Brown & Carrie Fucile

ART/SOUND/NOW: Wendel Patrick and Mark Brown & Carrie Fucile

Thursday, June 23, 2016
07:00 PM–08:30 PM

Musician and producer Wendel Patrick will use turntables, electronics, and keyboards to explore lineage, power, conquest, and their relationship to ancient Greek and Roman religion. Intermedia artists Mark Brown and Carrie Fucile will use common, modern materials—including piles of bricks and desk fans—as the instruments that help audiences experience the Dutch Age of Exploration in the 1600s.

ART/SOUND/NOW: Amy Reid and TRNSGNDR/VHS

ART/SOUND/NOW: Amy Reid and TRNSGNDR/VHS

Thursday, July 28, 2016
07:00 PM–08:30 PM

Amy Reid will use her music to explore the processes of destruction and preservation in the Museum’s galleries of Ancient Near Eastern art. Performer TRNSGNDR/VHS will examine the culture and aesthetics of seventeenth-century European art through an immersive, multi-sensory installation in the Baroque galleries.

ART/SOUND/NOW: Bonnie Jones and Lafayette Gilchrist

ART/SOUND/NOW: Bonnie Jones and Lafayette Gilchrist

Thursday, August 25, 2016
07:00 PM–08:30 PM

Electronic artist Bonnie Jones will use the themes of migration, mobility, and impermanence to highlight the Renaissance and Medieval collections. Jazz pianist Lafayette Gilchrist will use his compositions to examine the components of great civilizations in the Egyptian galleries.