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Concert Artists of Baltimore

Concert Artists’ philosophy is simple: To make all kinds of music accessible and engaging to everyone by presenting diverse programs of classical music plus special concerts featuring pops, operetta and lighter favorites.

Founded by Edward Polochick and now in its 26th season, Concert Artists of Baltimore (CAB) consists of a professional chamber orchestra and professional chamber chorus. The full ensembles are featured in The Maestro Series, with performances at The Miriam A. Friedberg Hall at the Peabody Conservatory, and the Patricia and Arthur Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric.

CAB also offers a chamber music series, The Mansion Series, with performances at The Engineers Club, Garrett-Jacobs Mansion in Baltimore. This series showcases smaller forces, such as a quartet or small vocal group, and often features unique repertoire.

CAB is frequently hired for performances throughout the region by other organizations, including the Lyric Opera Baltimore, Moscow Ballet, The Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, Temple Oheb Shalom, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, McDaniel College, St. Louis Church, The Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C., The Visionary Arts Museum, Elizabethtown College, Catholic Charities and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

When larger forces are needed, such as when the singers of Concert Artists perform Messiah with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra each year, the chorus expands to the Concert Artists Symphonic Chorale.