© 2019 Lior Willinger

World-class musicians offer their talents to increase awareness and support for those struggling with food insecurity in our community. All proceeds benefit the Maryland Food Bank. Audience members are also welcome to bring non-perishable food items for donation. The series has raised thousands of meals for those in need.

Previous concerts have featured musicians from the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Peabody Institute, University of Maryland, and the Curtis Institute. Concerts take place at Emmanuel Episcopal Church (811 Cathedral St., Baltimore, MD).

Season 4 has ended. The concerts raised enough support to provide OVER 5000 MEALS to hungry Marylanders. Check back soon for Season 5 info!

Season 4

March 1st, 2019 at 7:30pm

The concert will feature the Peabody Conservatory’s most talented rising stars in efforts to increase awareness and support for the hungry in Baltimore. Featured performers are the recipients of Peabody’s top awards and include flutist Christian Paquette (1st prize - 2019 Yale Gordon Competition), cellist Mafalda Santos (1st prize - 2018 Yale Gordon Competition), pianist Lior Willinger (2017 Presser Award), and Zenith Winds (2018-2019 Honors Ensemble). The family-friendly evening of solo and chamber music will feature works by Mendelssohn, Prokofiev, Ligeti, and Maslanka.

Emmanuel Episcopal Church

811 Cathedral St.

Baltimore, MD 21201                                               

                                                                                                                             

Free, donations welcome at the event 

 

Click here to donate in advance to our Virtual Food Drive 

Click here for the Facebook event

May 17th, 2019 at 7:30pm

The concert will feature world-class musicians from the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

Emmanuel Episcopal Church

811 Cathedral St.

Baltimore, MD 21201                                               

                                                                                                                             

Free, donations welcome at the event