Concerts & Lectures

 Seating limited to 100 people for all Concerts and Lectures.

BowmanBowman Recital

William Feasley, Classical Guitar

October 22, 2017/2:30 p.m./Ticketed Event/$10 General Admission/FREE for museum members and children 12 and under

Classical guitarist, William Feasley was the first guitarist to be awarded Peabody Conservatory’s coveted Artist Diploma. He has since been the recipient of numerous prizes including a 1996 Governor’s Citation for Outstanding Achievements in the Arts in Maryland. Selected to play for Andres Segovia, he was later featured on the CBS Special, Eulogy of Segovia.

Sponsored by: Dr. & Mrs. Robert Hobbs, Mr. & Mrs. Howard Kaylor, Mr. & Mrs. Lee Stine, Mr. & Mrs. James Marsden, Ms. Mary Jane Myers, Mr. Stephen Haines & Ms. Susan Wood-Haines, Dr. & Mrs. George Manger, and Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Talton.



SU logoShepherd University Jazz Faculty Recital

November 5, 2017/2:30 p.m.

In association with the Music Department at Shepherd University, the Museum will present a diverse program of original and transcribed works featuring various instrumentation and variety of music.



Gallery QuartetGallery Quartet

November 26, 2017

The origins of the string quartet can be traced back to the Baroquetrio sonata.  The Gallery has been performing at the Museum for over 40 years and continue to be a Museum favorite.



Shwedick and SnakeSnakes, Snickerdoodles, and Santa

Saturday, December 2, 2017/10:30 a.m./$5 per person

Michael Shwedick of Reptile World brings his reptile menagerie back to the museum! Following the program, Santa Claus will arrive for children to take pictures with the tree in the Schreiber Gallery. Cookies and refreshments will be served.



consortMuseum Consort

December 17, 2017

The recorder was popular in medieval times through the baroque era, but declined in the 18th century in favor of orchestral woodwind instruments, (flute, oboe, & clarinet.) During its heyday, the recorder was traditionally associated with miraculous events and pastoral scenes.





Lynley Herbert Lecture

January 7, 2018/2:30 p.m./FREE

Dr. Lynley Herbert, Assistant Curator in the Department of Medieval Art and manuscript specialist at the University of Delaware. She will discuss manuscripts in conjunction with the Illuminated Manuscripts Exhibition.


hamiltonHamilton Recital,

Ronn McFarlane, Lute

January 14, 2018

Awarded an honorary Doctorate of Music from Shenandoah Conservatory for his achievements in bringing the lute and its music to the world. McClane has over 35 recordings on the Dorian/Sono Luminus label, including solo albums, lute duets, flute & lute duets, lute songs, the complete lute music of Vivaldi, a collection of Elizabethan lute music and poetry, and recordings with the Baltimore Consort.



MSOMSO Recital

Kuźnik Trio

February 18, 2018/2:30 p.m.

The Kuźnik Trio, comprised of Aneta Otreba-Kuźnik, cello, Swiatoslaw Kuźnik, violin and Ernest Barretta, piano, will be in concert  for the annual Maryland Symphony Orchestra recital. The concert is held each year to showcase the talented musicians who perform with the MSO.

*Wine and Chocolate Reception to Follow



rainerRainier Trio,

Irish Music Concert

March 11, 2018/2:00 p.m./Ticketed Event

The Rainier Trio is an exciting & energetic group captivating audiences with gems from the violin-viola-piano trio repertoire. The trio features Kevin Matheson on violin, Bryan Matheson, on viola and Brenda Wittwer on piano.

Reception to Follow






edmundsEdmunds Music Trust Recital

Thomas Pandolfi

June 24, 2018

A graduate of The Juilliard School, Pandolfi  is an exciting virtuoso who, with each passing season, is sought after by audiences worldwide, and showered with superlatives by critics for his passionate artistry and amazing technique in performing the works of Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and Liszt. In the “Pops” genre, Pandolfi is considered a leading interpreter of the works of George Gershwin.