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Baltimore Jazz: Jazz Around Baltimore

Below are our Baltimore Jazz recommendations, with information on location, admission, transportation/parking, venue history and other points of interest in Baltimore Art.

An Die Musik Live

A great space for hearing a wide range of music including jazz, world and classical. Students and faculty from Peabody Conservatory frequently give both jazz and classical concerts for free or discounted prices. A number of jazz ensembles frequent the venue with members who’ve played with the best of the best. Tickets are generally in the $15-25 range. Ask about the significant senior and student discounts, as well as discounts …more…

Capital Jazz Fest

The Capital Jazz Fest features the largest concentration of contemporary jazz and R&B year-round in the greater Baltimore/Washington D.C. area.  Located at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in the 40-acre “Symphony Woods”, the Festival takes place over three days each June and brings more than 30 top-billing artists, most in their only annual appearances in the region.

Tens of thousands of music lovers converge on the venue each year for the event, …more…

Jazzway 6004

Jazzway 6004 is a not-for-profit organization owned and operated by Baltimore jazz vocalist Marianne Matheny-Katz and her husband Howard Katz. The venue is, in fact, their own private home, where several times a month they host jazz concerts for a small but appreciative audience of 60-65 people. The atmosphere is that of an intimate private concert, and the music presented is always of the highest quality. Performers have ranged from the cream …more…

Water Street Jazz Supper Club (Wine Cellar Jazz and Supper Club)

One of Baltimore’s newest addition to a small but thriving jazz scene, “The Wine Cellar” Jazz & Supper Club hosts live jazz Thursday through Saturday. Housed in what was Velleggia’s but is now called Supano’s, “The Wine Cellar” has no cover charge but does have a two-drink minimum. The artists are usually Baltimore-based, but the occasional national touring act might roll in for a set or two on Friday or …more…