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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support!
Friday, November 06, 2015
12:00 PM–01:00 PM
This Peabody on the Court concert features violinist Alan Choo, whose playing has been described as “an intoxicating brew of poetry and dare-devilry.” These free concerts are presented on select first Fridays in partnership with Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University.
Friday, December 04, 2015
12:00 PM–01:00 PM
Please join us for this Peabody on the Court Music Series concert featuring a performer from the Peabody Institute's Harp Department. Held on the Renaissance Sculpture Court, these free concerts are presented on select First Fridays in partnership with the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University.
Thursday, December 10, 2015
07:00 PM–09:00 PM
Baltimore-based American Studio Orchestra performs a new work commissioned by the Walters Art Museum: Pearls on a String, a multimedia piece in three parts, mirroring the exhibition’s vignettes. The work will be augmented in its world premiere at the Walters by projections of masterpieces from the show and a spoken narrative.
Sunday, December 13, 2015
03:00 PM–04:30 PM
The Peabody Renaissance Ensemble, directed by Mark Cudek, will be joined by the Baltimore Baroque Band, directed by John Moran and Risa Browder, in a varied program of Renaissance, Baroque, and Sephardic music to drive the cold winter away. Hot cider will be served at intermission. CDs will be available for sale in the Museum Store.
Thursday, January 07, 2016
06:30 PM–07:15 PM
Writer Firouzeh Dianat will read poems from historic and contemporary Persian poets in the intimate setting of the museum’s special exhibition gallery. Classic writings by Fayzi, Nizami, and Saadi will blend with offerings from poets like Simin Behbahani, whom President Obama recently quoted in a speech to the Iranian public.