• CCBC Music Program Still Raising the Baton

    Music students come to CCBC to Make Art from Day One. And the primary reason they can do that is because our faculty are working artists. The Music program marked the retirements of some beloved faculty over the past [...]
    by ckratovil
  • Performing Arts at CCBC Reopening Guidelines

    We’re thrilled to announce that the Performing Arts at CCBC plans to return to the stage beginning the Fall of 2021 and we are committed to reopening safely. Like you, we are eager to return to the theatre! And [...]
    by lboeren
  • Celebrating 2021 Arts Graduates!

    Resilient. Creative. Courageous. This has been a year like no other in the performing arts, and we are proud of our graduating students, who overcame obstacles, acquired new skills, and maintained their commitment to excellence to finish what they [...]
    by ckratovil
  • 2021/2022 CCBC Arts Season

    Persistence. Resilience. Fearlessness. Hope. In the 2021-2022 season, the Arts at CCBC take our cue from the immortal words of poet Maya Angelou: Leaving behind nights of terror and fear … I rise Into a daybreak that’s wondrously clear […]

    by lboeren
  • DCT Zoom B I N G O!

    Dundalk Community Theatre’s 1st virtual Zoom BINGO was a sell out! If you were able to join the fun, thanks for your support. We’re continuing the fun & games with a great new virtual adventure, DCT Intermission, until we […]

    by ckratovil
  • Celebrating Performing Arts 2020 Graduates!

    No one has ever seen a spring like this one. While we've been disappointed and discouraged by not being able to bring you the arts experiences we were planning, we continue to be amazed by and deeply proud of [...]
    by ckratovil
  • Suited with Melodic Armor!

    Every Tuesday evening the halls of the Arts & Humanities Building at CCBC Essex reverberate with the sounds of the Baltimore Symphonic Band. Right now they're practicing the selections from Psycho, Jaws, Games of Thrones, all for their upcoming [...]
    by ckratovil
  • Baltimore Symphonic Band at CCBC

    Star Wars, Ragnarok, Ancient Greek gods and monsters, plus ... Godzilla Eats Las Vegas! Conductor Chris Wolfe and the Baltimore Symphonic Band present a program of music for the whole family. The audience will enjoy hearing music from Jaws, [...]
    by ckratovil
  • Melodic Music Forums

    The November 2019 Music Forums are a musical collaboration of CCBC applied music students and the eclectic and captivating Artelion Trio. On November 8 the technical mastery of pianist Stefan Petrov, violinist Bernard Vallandingham, and cellist Susanna Mendlow join [...]
    by ckratovil
  • Music Forum Montage, Part 1

    Spring 2019 Music Forums at CCBC are underway. The first performance, or in this case presentation, included an interactive seminar with suggestions to maintain your physical and mental health. Audience members were encouraged to participate at the direction of [...]
    by ckratovil