Jeremy returns to the Church of the Epiphany in Washington D.C. on Tuesday, February 27th to play with the Pique Collective. The concert is part of the Tuesday afternoon concert series and is open to the public with a suggested donation. The Pique Collective will be performing 20th century cabaret songs, all of which are arranged specifically for the ensemble by Lisa Perry. You can view the program here, and for more information about the Tuesday afternoon concert series, you can visit the website here.
On Sunday, February 25th, Jeremy and Zoe Johnstone-Stewart will premiere a composition for two guitars titled, “Storied” by Edmund Scott Miller. The performance is part of the “Made in Baltimore” commission presentation organized by the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society. The society commissioned four local composers to write for solo guitar or guitar ensemble. “Storied” features two guitars each tuned to a different overtone series, and the many techniques used by each player aim to realize the regional history and socio-economic strata that inspired the composition.
The concert begins at 2pm and will be held in Linehan concert hall on the campus of UMBC in Catonsville, MD.
More information about the event can be found here.
You can hear Jeremy this Friday, February 16th at the WTMD Towson public radio studio as he performs with the organization, Classical Revolution. Jeremy will be playing a short lute prelude by J. S. Bach but he will be using an electric guitar. Later on in the program, the Pique Collective will be featured playing a rendition of Arvo Pärt’s Spiegel im Spiegel with guest vocal artist, Dominic Shodekeh Talifero. If you cannot attend the show but are interested in hearing some of it, tune into WTMD 89.7 in the Baltimore area. For more information on the whole show, directions to the studio, and to stream it live through the internet, click here.
Jeremy will be performing three times this February. You can see him on Saturday, February 24th on the campus of University of Maryland, College Park as he accompanies vocalist, Lori Sen, on a program of contemporary sephardic songs. The recital will begin at 5pm, and more info will be posted in the coming weeks.
On Sunday, February 25th, Jeremy and Zoe Johnstone-Stewart will be premiering a new composition for guitar duo by composer, Scott Miller. This performance will be a part of the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society’s “Made in Baltimore” event featuring new compositions by four local composers. The performance will begin at 2pm and will be held in Linehan hall on the campus of UMBC. For more information about this concert, click here.
The Pique Collective will be performing arrangements of songs by Bernstein, Weill, and Bolcom on Tuesday, February 27th, 12pm at the Church of the Epiphany in Washington D.C. This concert is part of the Tuesday Concert Series and is free to the public, though a donation is encouraged. For more information about this concert, check the schedule of events at the Church of the Epiphany as the date draws near by clicking here
Soprano, Lisa Perry and guitarist, Jeremy Lyons will perform a recital at the Church of the Epiphany in Washington D.C. beginning at 12pm on Tuesday, December 12th. The concert is free, though a $10 offering is encouraged, and all proceeds go toward sustaining the Tuesday concert series at the church. For more information, click here.
Join the Pique Collective for a relaxing hour of music as they hold the second concert in their Detach Mode series on Sunday, December 3rd at Corcycle Spin Studio. The event features calming music performed in a dark room where audience members are encouraged to lay down on mats and enjoy using their ears to drift in and out of states of awareness. Doors open at 1:30pm with warm tea and cookies, and the session begins at 2pm. Tickets are $10, but space is limited and it is suggested to buy your tickets in advance here. For more information, you can view the Facebook event here.
The Pique Collective will be performing at Peabody Heights Brewery on small business Saturday November 25th, 2017. The event is a celebration of the two year anniversary of Bottoms Up Bagels, a local Baltimore bakery. The event starts at 3:30pm with music at 4:30 and a screening of a documentary about Bottoms Up Bagels featuring a live soundtrack performed by the Pique Collective at 5pm. This event is a great way to celebrate three local businesses on small business Saturday, and an opportunity to have some great food and drink while hearing live music!
For more details about the event, check out the Facebook event page here.
Join the Pique Collective on Friday, November 3rd as they perform interpretations of contemporary graphic scores at UNION Craft Brewing! The show will feature images and videos that the audience can view while the Pique Collective provides the music. In addition, local artists Thomas Henly Dahlberg and Bobby Coleman will be creating a visual response influenced by the dynamic of the entire evening. The result: a visual representation of audio interpretations of visual stimuli – you don’t want to miss this experience!
The event is free and open to the public. The performance will begin at 8pm but the tap room at Union will open at 5pm. Well Crafted Pizza will be on site to satisfy your Friday night food cravings, so come check out Union’s Fall lineup while enjoying a truly unique experience with the Pique Collective!
View the Facebook event here!
Come hear the Pique Collective perform contrasting contemporary works at the Baltimore Book Festival on Friday, September 22nd at 5pm. The performance will happen on the Enoch Pratt Free Library Children’s Stage located next to the Baltimore Visitor’s Center in the Inner Harbor.
This presentation will be a collaboration with the Writers in Baltimore Schools Program. Pique Collective will perform a piece of music and then Writers in Baltimore Schools will give a literary response based on the music they hear.
This performance will be held on the steps of the MICA main building, 1300 West Mount Royal Avenue, and is free for anyone who wishes to watch or participate in the music making! Simple instruments as well as instruments made by Ann Walsh will be made available to the public to join the jam session that is Riley’s famous musical process.
For more details about the event, click here