This Weekend at Germano’s…

Here’s what you’ll find in Baltimore’s Little Italy:

Jesse Carrey-Beaver in “My Life is a Musical” — Aug 5, 2010 at 7:30 pm

“My Life is a Musical” is a tale of a young artist’s struggle between ideals and reality. Jesse Carrey-Beaver will reflect on his life thus far, and try to make sense of his place in the world. Witness a young man find his voice through songs by Kander & Ebb, Rogers & Hammerstein, Sondheim, Marvin Hamlisch and more.

TiaJuana Rountree in “Great Ladies of Song: Past and Present” — Aug 6, 2010 at 7:30 pm

D.C. recording artist, TiaJuana Rountree debuts her new cabaret, “Great Ladies of Song: Past and Present.” She is accompanied by Monty Montgomery on piano. “Rountree is the personification of wit, wisdom and love…” (Jane Elkin, Bay Weekley) TiaJuana Rountree personably interprets each song she sings with vibrancy and enthusiasm, as she charms with her smile and personality. With each song she sings, she seems to say, “Honey, this one’s just for you.” (Monty Pitner, Rockville Spur)

The Bravo Lyric Opera Cabaret Series: Jeffrey Williams in “When the Air Sings of Summer” — Aug 7, 2010 at 7:30 pm

Maestro James Harp directs this region’s finest opera performers in this marvelous cabaret series presented by The Lyric Opera House. Shows are the first Saturday of each month. Enjoy Opera a la Carte! Tonight, guest artist, Jeffrey Williams, baritone, is featured in “When the Air Sings of Summer” – Baritone arias and songs celebrating the end of summer.

Germano’s Trattoria — 300 South High Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202, 410.752.4515

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