The student-run musical theater club produces shows that are entirely free to the public.
The rendition was performed by 13 current and former students of the Maryland Opera Studio.
Brass players, classical music buffs and humor lovers united to watch Øystein Baadsvik bring his setlist to life through quips and antics throughout the show.
The Taiwanese musicians performed their nostalgic and soothing music in an unforgettable set.
The monthly event allows students and jazz enthusiasts the opportunity to improv alongside various professional musicians.
This summer, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is launching its “Music for Maryland” tour to demonstrate its commitment to accessible music.
“Music is one of the things that keeps me sane.”
The comedy show played to a full house in Stamp on Saturday.