Sun, Apr 28|
The Cloisters Castle
Tree Line: Music at the Cloister's Castle
An afternoon of cocktails, castles and the classics with Occasional Symphony, a Mixolo favorite. This spring, enjoy a cocktail while listening to classical music by living composers at a famous castle 15 minutes from Baltimore City. Seating is very limited. Don't wait.
Time & Location
Apr 28, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
The Cloisters Castle, 10440 Falls Rd, Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093, USA
About The Event
Occasional Symphony celebrates spring at an iconic Baltimore venue - Cloisters Castle! Surrounded and inspired by Baltimore County's tree line, experience our program of orchestral music by Mabel Daniels (Deep Forest, Op. 34 no. 1), Toru Takemitsu (Tree Line), and Ellicott City-based Wu Yiming (world premiere) with chamber music by Joan Tower (Rising). Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages available for sale at the concert. Tickets are $25 - only 75 seats at this venue, so buy your tickets while they last! You can sit with us.
The Occasional Symphony (501 c)3)) creates innovative concert celebrations to engage the Baltimore community and illuminate the unparalleled experience of hearing live music curated for living spaces. Founded in 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland, Occasional Symphony aims at a new model for presenting orchestral concerts. Central to its mission, Occasional Symphony concerts are held in distinctive venues not necessarily associated with orchestral music. Each program is designed to resonate with the specific venue and occasion.
ABOUT THE VENUE:
The Cloisters, also known as Cloisters Castle, is a historic home located at Lutherville, Baltimore County, Maryland, United States. It was built about 1930 and is a -story house that is highly picturesque and irregular in elevation and plan that features a multiplicity of architectural ornament. It is built of large, random-sized blocks of a native gray and gold colored rock known as "Butler stone" and features a flagstone roof, with details principally of sandstone, wood from the site, plaster, and wrought iron.
The main façade is dominated by two asymmetrically placed, projecting sections topped by massive half-timbered gables which were originally part of a Medieval house in Domrémy, France. It also features a massive stone octagonal stair tower, which contains a stone and wrought-iron spiral staircase and is crowned by a crenellated parapet and a small, round, stone-roofed structure from which one can exit onto the roof of the main tower. The house's roof is constructed of overlapping flagstones secured by iron pins, the only roof of this kind in America.
FAQs: 1) What is your cancellation policy? In case of cancellation, this event is non-refundable.
2) Where should I park? You may park in one of the 65 parking spaces adjacent to the Cloisters.
3) What is the dress code? You should wear business casual dress, but we encourage you to dress to impress if you'd like! We may even have a "Sunday's Best Hat Contest" at this event and feature the winners on our social media pages.
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