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Saturday, February 27th, 2016

Walden School Fundraiser at Jazzway 6004 - featuring Miranda Cuckson

Walden School Fundraiser - Featuring Miranda Cuckson - Event 6:00 - 9:00

6004 Hollins Ave
Baltimore Maryland 21210
Price: Donation to Walden School

You're invited!

Saturday, February 27, 2016

6:00 - 9:00 PM

6004 Hollins Ave

Baltimore, Maryland 21210

Celebration of Walden featuring Miranda Cuckson

“undeniable musicality…she plays with such beauty and assurance.” (Allan Kozinn, New York Times)

“Violinist Miranda Cuckson reaffirms her standing as one of the most sensitive and electric interpreters of new music.” (Downbeat Magazine)

Please join us for a fundraising reception celebrating Walden’s unique music education program and its generous supporters. Come for fun, food, drinks, and a performance by acclaimed violinist Miranda Cuckson!

Please contact         for more information and to reserve a seat.

Host Committee

Ellen and Ed Bernard

Seth Brenzel

Lucy and Jack Henningfield

Howard and Marianne Katz

Caroline Mallonée

Laura Mehiel

Steve Messner and Liz Prelinger

Noël Theodosiou

Jonathan Thomas


About Miranda Cuckson:

Violinist and violist Miranda Cuckson is in great demand as a soloist and chamber musician in a wide range of repertoire. Downbeat magazine recently stated, “Miranda Cuckson reaffirms her standing as one of the most sensitive and electric interpreters of new music.” Called “top-notch in all respects” (Sequenza 21) and “an artist to be reckoned with” (Gramophone), she performs at such venues as the Berlin Philharmonie, Carnegie Hall, Library of Congress, Teatro Colón, Miller Theatre, 92nd Street Y, Guggenheim Museum, BAM, Museum of Modern Art, Monday Evening Concerts in Los Angeles, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra’s Liquid Music, and the Marlboro, Bard, Lincoln Center, Bridgehampton, Music Mountain, Portland and Bodensee festivals. She made her Carnegie Hall concerto debut in Walter Piston’s concerto with the American Symphony Orchestra and Leon Botstein.

Her nine solo/duo CDs include music by Nono (a New York Times Best Recording of 2012), Shapey, Hersch, Martino, Finney, Carter, Eckardt, Sessions, Haas, Xenakis, and concertos by Korngold and Ponce, on the Centaur, Vanguard and Urlicht labels. Her first CD for ECM Records, of Bartók, Schnittke and Lutoslawski, will be released this year.

She has collaborated with such renowned composers as Dutilleux, Carter, Adès, Sciarrino, Adams, Boulez, Hyla, Mackey, Crumb, Iyer, Lachenmann, Saariaho, Lindberg, Davidovsky, Hurel, Bermel, Wyner, Haas, Murail, Wuorinen and Currier. The Library of Congress commissioned for her a new work by Harold Meltzer. Miranda is founder/director of non-profit Nunc and a member of counter)induction. She studied at The Juilliard School, where she received her doctorate and received the Presser and Richard French Awards. She is on the violin faculty at the Mannes School of Music at New School University.



About The Walden School

The Walden School, founded in 1972, is an acclaimed summer music school and festival offering programs that emphasize creative application, specifically through the study of musicianship, improvisation, and composition. In residence on the beautiful campus of the Dublin School in Dublin, New Hampshire, the School provides an inspiring retreat-like environment ideal for creative music making. The School's programs include the

Young Musicians Program for musicians ages 9 to 18, the Creative Musicians Retreat for adult musicians, and the Teacher Training Institute for music educators. The School's Concert Series showcases free public performances by renowned artists and ensembles that work closely with program participants. The Walden School was awarded a Chamber Music America/ASCAP Adventurous Programming Award in 2014 and 2012, a 2011 New Music Educator Award from the American Music Center (now New Music USA) and was a finalist for a 2011 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award. The Walden School is the successor organization to the Junior Conservatory Camp.

The Walden School is a 501(c)3 organization, supported by major foundations, corporations, and hundreds of generous individual donors. For more information about The Walden School, visit our website at  


Saturday, April 16th, 2016

César Orozco & Kamarata Jazz at Jazzway 6004

César Orozco & Kamarata Jazz - 8:00 PM

6004 Hollins Ave
Baltimore Maryland 21210
Price: $38.00/General-$18.00/Students

Saturday, April 16th  8 PM

César Orozco & Kamarata Jazz
No Limits for Tumbao CD Release Tour


Just confirmed! Details and tickets coming soon.

Saturday, May 21st, 2016

Akua Allrich "Soul Singer" CD Tour at Jazzway 6004

Akua Allrich "Soul Singer" CD Tour - 8:00 PM

6004 Hollins Ave
Baltimore Maryland 21210
Price: $38/general-$18/students

Akua Allrich "Soul Singer" CD Release Tour


“Allrich possess[es] a stage presence and vocal range rivaling many of today’s jazz divas, but it is her natural ease, contagious sense of joy, and blending of traditional jazz, modern influences, and African heritages that distinguishes her from even many of today’s more established performers.”- Franz Matzner


Akua Allrich – Vocals

Warren Wolf - Piano

Carroll Dashiell III - Drums

Agyei Osei Hargrove – percussion

TBD - Bass

Just confirmed! Details and tickets will be posted soon!

Jazz vocalist and DC-native Akua Allrich has proven herself to be a musician of extraordinary talent and crowd-moving passion. With finesse and charisma, this vocalist, composer and teacher, has successfully etched out a place for her unique musical expression, electrifying audiences with
sold-out performances.

The launching of her freshman album, A Peace of Mine, and second album, Uniquely Standard, Akua Allrich Live! has earned the young artist’s music and performances international acclaim, including distribution in Japan.

With a stellar line up of musicians, Akua’s newest release Soul Singer, presents the artist in a whole new light, highlighting her talent for composition as well as her ability to merge different sounds & genres into 1 complete beautiful musical experience!

Akua Allrich has inspired music lovers from all walks, who enjoy her exceptional work and expect nothing short of brilliant artistry from each of her offerings.


Saturday, June 11th, 2016

Warren Wolf - The Jazzway 6004 9th Anniversay

Warren Wolf - The Jazzway 9th Anniversary Show - 8:00 PM

6004 Hollins Ave
Baltimore Maryland 21210
US 410-952-4528
Price: $38.00/General-$18.00/Students

The Jazzway 9th Anniversary Show

with Warren Wolf and his special guest!


Just confirmed! Details and tickets coming soon.

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