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Q: Are the concerts in the sanctuary?

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?

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?

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?

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?

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?

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