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FAQ

Q: Are the concerts in the sanctuary?
A:

Yes, concerts for the 2011-2012 season and beyond are held in the church's newly renovated sanctuary.

Q: Where is the handicap accessible entrance?
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Both side doors, off Charles or St. Paul Street, are handicap accessible.  The elevator that takes you to the correct floor is just down the hall.  A volunteer will be available to direct you and there are signs that point towards the elevator.

Q: How much are tickets?
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We are proud to offer free concerts to the Baltimore community and no tickets are needed. If you are able to make a donation at the door, it is greatly appreciated, though not required.

Q: How can I make a charitable donation to Community Concerts at Second?
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You can bring your tax deductible donation to the concert, make a donation online through PayPal (using the link to the left), or mail it to 4200 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21218.

Q: How long are the concerts?
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Each concert varies, but usually they last from 1 1/2 to 2 hours.

Q: How can I apply to be a performer on your series?
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We are always looking for outstanding musicians to share their music with our audience. To be considered, please send an updated Press Kit with the minimum of a biography, photo, and current CD to:

4200 St. Paul Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

Your materials will be reviewed and, if selected, you will be notified. If you have further questions, please write communityconcertsatsecond@yahoo.com.

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Community Concerts at Second is grateful for the awards and donations of its sponsors: the Maryland State Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, FreeFall Baltimore, T. Rowe Price Foundation.

FreeFall Maryland State Arts Council T. Rowe Price