Music in the Great Hall was founded in 1973
and is one of the longest running chamber music series in the Baltimore metro area.
To cultivate an ever-growing audience for chamber music in the Baltimore metropolitan area through the presentation of exceptional performances in a unique and intimate setting.
We feature artists of the highest caliber, in a beautiful and intimate venue where every seat in the house is a good one! Complimentary light refreshments, wine, and sherry follow every concert, along with an opportunity to meet and speak with the artists. We have ample free parking and are conveniently located just 1 mile outside the Baltimore Beltway. We offer a family-friendly atmosphere, where kids between the ages of 5 and 18 attend for free (when accompanied by an adult).
Music in the Great Hall is a special place where you will be welcomed.
A BRIEF HISTORY
Music in the Great Hall was founded in 1974 by Virginia Reinecke and Eileen Twynham at Maryvale Preparatory School in Brooklandville, Maryland and enjoyed continued success until November 1985 when it experienced a sudden interruption. The Baltimore County Fire Department, after a routine check, declared that not the 120 chairs they found, but 49 would be permitted in the Great Hall at Maryvale. This meant moving the series to St. Timothy’s School in Stevenson and later to The Church of the Redeemer on Charles Street. It was on 22 September 1989 that Music in the Great Hall presented its first concert at its current venue with seating for 225, a fine piano, and excellent acoustics. Meanwhile, Ms. Reinecke retired as Artistic Director at the end of the 30th season. Seasons 31 through 35 were under the direction of Baltimore pianist and teacher Adam Mahonske. Now in its 38th season, the series continues under the exciting new artistic leadership of Baltimore pianist Lura Johnson.
Music in the Great Hall | 1922 Portobago Lane Hanover MD 21076 | (410) 989-1973 | firstname.lastname@example.org