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Maryland's music venues bring classical, jazz, pop/rock, and other musical genres to stages around the state.
With the capacity to seat nearly 2,000 people, the Strathmore Music Center is located in the Washington, D.C. area community of North Bethesda, just south of Rockville.
Also known as Strathmore Hall, the facility is one of two venues which make up the Strathmore complex – the other being Strathmore Mansion.
The hall’s striking architecture and first-class acoustics are lent to resident performers like Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, National Philharmonic, and the Washington Performing Arts Society.
Visitors also enjoy regular performances by CityDance Ensemble, Maryland Classic Youth Orchestras, and Levine School of Music.
The Maryland Symphony Orchestra performs at the historic Maryland Theatre in Hagerstown. Another historic theater, the Tivoli in Frederick, was transformed into the Weinberg Center for the Arts in 1978. It brings a variety of musical performances to its stage.
Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. is an outdoor arena that's featured stars like Jimi Hendrix and the Grateful Dead during its 40 years. The facility was designed by Frank Gehry, and the 40 acres of forest surrounding the arena, known as Symphony Woods, make it a beautiful concert setting.