Shodekeh With The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

On Friday night we witnessed a man reach an important milestone in his life and career. While validation comes in many forms there are only a few moments in a person’s life that pay dividends quite the way this one did for Shodekeh. Once an usher at The Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, he returned to astound those in the audience who had yet to experience his talent. For those of us who have watched him progress over the years, the moment conjured a sense of pride and inspiration. Shodekeh stood on that stage with many of the most respected musicians in the city because he made the necessary sacrifices to do so. The fact that he did it on his own terms was as impressive as the performance.

Victoria Vox

  In 2011 singer-songwriter Victoria Vox produced a cover song a week, for an entire year to the delight of her…

Manifest: Introspect

Once again photographer Theresa Keil finds the convergence of art and music and aims her storied lens accordingly. The result…

Innovate Love at Silo Point

Can you imagine having too much love in your life? I have yet to hear someone say, “Gee, I just wish people didn’t like me so much” or “my birthday party was amazing except for all of the people who kept being nice to me” or how about, “there’s just way too much love in this world and we’re not going to take it anymore!”