Built as The Music Hall in 1894, it was designed after Amsterdam's Concertgebouw and was the base of the Baltimore Opera Company till its bankruptcy. For a brief time it was also known as the Lyric Opera House, but was rechristened as the Modell Performing Arts Center. The turf of the Lyric Opera Baltimore, this acoustically sound hall is one of the major venues for not only operas, but also concerts and other musical programs.
The Hippodrome Theatre is the centerpiece of the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, holding all of the center's shows. Located just three blocks away from the University of Maryland, this performing arts theater is a true gem of the city. This Vaudeville theater was built in 1914 and designed by Thomas White Lamb, one of the most prominent theater architects of his time. Over the years the theater went through various transformations, from a movie theater to a performing arts venue that it is today.
The Parkway Theater is a cinema house located befittingly in Baltimore's Station North Arts and Entertainment District. It is also known as the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway. The theater has three screens, a two-tiered auditorium with 414 seats, two theaters with 84 seats each, a bar lounge, a café and a popcorn space. It is now the home of the Maryland Film Festival, held every year in May. Additionally, it will screen the festival's program that includes documentary, indie, cult, classic, and international films. The theater will also host seminars for film students from John Hopkins and MICA.
Established in 1962, The Center Club is a premium club and dining space. The venue has served as a meeting space for political leaders of the city. The club also serves as a banquet hall and is available for weddings and small events. The venue is divided into the main dining room, Grill Room and the Bar 100 with an extensive list of carefully curated preparations. You can relish their crab cakes and cobb salad with blood orange martini, enjoying a great view of the city. Please refer the website for dress code and other details.
The Downtown Cultural Arts Center is the hub of artistry. The center serves as a creative ground where people of all age groups can come and learn art. You can also drop by to see their exhibitions, dance shows, plays and other artistic events. The venue is open to cultural programs and is a spot for community gathering. If you have any event coming up then book them with a customized ambiance for a great party.
Le Mondo is an initiative by a group of artists and is a hub for art and culture in Baltimore, MD. The center functions as a platform for young artists to exhibit their skills and organizes exhibitions on a regular basis. It functions as a theater and a practice stage for various groups in and around the city. Le Mondo is also available for movie screenings and for small events.