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Saturday, October 12, 2013 - Sunday, October 20, 2013
The Journey, Together – 25 Years After Operation Exodus

Sat-Sun 10/12-20

The Journey, Together

A Week-long Celebration of Baltimore’s advocates and Russian Jewish émigrés 25 Years After Operation Exodus

Times and locations vary

In 1987, Baltimoreans joined over 200,000 demonstrators on the national mall in an unprecedented display of solidarity for Soviet Jewry. After decades of life in Jewish Baltimore, former Russian émigrés and advocates are coming together in celebration of their accomplishments. Enjoy the music of Russian-born piano prodigy, Ethan Bortnick; Bring your family to a festival highlighting Russian culture; Screen the films, “Refusenik” and “My Dad is Baryshnikov,” a coming-of-age movie of a boy attending Bolshoi Ballet Academy; Share breakfast with Russian veterans of Baltimore; Laugh out loud to Russian comedian, Vicky Kuperman; and Dine with Natan Sharansky at a celebratory gala.

Learn more and register now >> associated.org/together

Sunday, October 13, 2013
Exhibit Opening: Passages Through the Fire: Jews and the Civil War

Public Opening – Entrance with Museum Admission
Special Guest Speaker Jonathan Karp at 2:00pm

Join us as for the grand opening of Passages Through the Fire: Jews and the Civil War, with special appearances by Civil War reenactors. Featured guest speaker Jonathan Karp of the American Jewish Historical Society will offer his insights into the topic. An “1861 Tour” is offered at 11am and 3pm.

Call Trillion Attwood at 410-732-6402 x215 or email tattwood@jewishmuseummd.org for more information.

Sunday, October 13, 2013
Literary Walking Tour of Mt. Vernon

Celebrate Literary Arts Week with a Maryland Humanities Council’s free Literary Walking Tour of the Mt. Vernon neighborhood in Baltimore. Follow in the footsteps of Baltimore’s literary luminaries and discover the elegant brownstone mansions and majestic cultural institutions built by Baltimore’s successful 19th century merchants and industrialists. Learn how a neighborhood of scholars, struggling artists and authors, newspaperman, philanthropists and social reformers offered rich opportunities to discuss and debate ideas and open new literary avenues. Free, however RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.

Sunday, October 13, 2013
Pro Musica Germania with Paul Leenhouts, recorder

Pro Musica Rara, Baltimore’s premier early music ensemble, kicks off their 39th season with dazzling baroque music from north of the Alps, from Biber to Telemann. The concert features noted recorder virtuoso Paul Leenhouts, founding member of the famed Amsterdam Loecki Stardust Quartet. With Cynthia Roberts, violin; Allen Whear, cello; and Jeffrey Grossman, harpsichord.

Pre-concert talk 2:30 P.M.

www.towson.edu/artscalendar/boxoffice.asp

$30, $10 students

Students may attend 10/12 rehearsal free of charge.

Sunday, October 13, 2013
Adam Brakel, organ

Like Liszt, Gould, Bernstein, and Paganini before him, Floridian organist Adam Brakel proves that prodigies do not fade. By the time National Public Radio proclaimed him “an absolute organ prodigy . . . the Franz Liszt of the organ,” Brakel had already embarked on a successful coast to coast concert career. His diverse program will include works by Bach, Widor, Buxtehude, Albright, and more. The event is free and no tickets are required. 

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