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November 17, 2005

Dressed right to play

The lowdown -- Ever heard of musicians who don't sing or play instruments? Acoustical artist Benoit Maubrey and his Berlin-based group wear musical clothes to perform. Electronic clothes and dresses interact with light and movement sensors on stage to create a completely original musical composition each concert. After the show, Maubrey will explain how the technology works and allow audience members to try it out.

If you go -- The performance is at 7 p.m. Monday. It takes place in Room 101 of the Mattin Center on the Johns Hopkins UniVersity Homewood Campus, 3400 N. Charles St. Free. For more information, call 410-516-3817, or visit


Pro Musica Britannica

The lowdown -- Pro Musica Rara, devoted to performances of early music on period instruments, concentrates on English composers for its next concert, featuring John Thiessen on baroque trumpet. This "Pro Musica Britannica" program offers colorful works by Henry Purcell, Jeremiah Clarke, best known for the Trumpet Voluntary that has accompanied many a bride down many an aisle, and William Boyce.

If you go -- The concert is at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Towson Presbyterian Church, 400 W. Chesapeake Ave. Tickets are $25, $20 for senior citizens and $10 for students. Call 410-728-2820.


Coe show

The lowdown -- After the late Eugene Leake, painter Henry Coe may be Maryland's pre-eminent landscape artist. Coe's laid-back realism feels wholly authentic, the vision of an artist who feels great affection for what is in front of his easel.

If you go -- The show runs through Dec. 31 at C. Grimaldis Gallery, 523 N. Charles St. Call 410-539-1080.


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