Making Baltimore a destination for outstanding
new music and musicians since 2005.


Jason Treuting :: Amid the Noise
October 30, 2018  
7:00pm conversation with the composer, 8:00pm concert

So Percussion's Jason Treuting returns to the Evolution Series with his "beautiful and atmospheric" (All About Jazz) evening-length composition, Amid the Noise, featuring the Peabody Percussion Group and other Baltimore musicians.

*** please note that this event will take place at 2640 Space rather than at An Die Musik. ***


Gemma Peacocke
December 4, 2018
7:00pm conversation with the composer, 8:00pm concert

Music by the New Zealand-born, Princeton-based composer Gemma Peacocke, including selections from Waves + Lines, Peacocke's
song cycle on the "longings, desires and shrewdness of [Afghan] women whose voices refuse to be stifled." (New York Times)


Jessie Montgomery
March 12, 2019
7:00pm conversation with the composer, 8:00pm concert

Violinist and composer Jessie Montgomery "combines classical chamber music with elements of folk music, spirituals, improvisation, poetry and politics, crafting a unique and insightful new-music perspective on the cross-cultural intersections of American history.” (Second Inversion)


The Stevie Wonder Songbook
May 28, 2019
8:00pm concert

Baltimore artists, working in multiple genres, celebrate and reimagine the great American composer's music.

*** please note that Mr. Wonder will be with us in spirit, not in person! ***


$15 general admission, $10 for students. Purchase online or at the door.

Extended Play
Add $5 to your ticket to join us for a post-concert party at The Bun Shop.

To live in Baltimore is to live in a perpetual state of surprise, and the marvelous and venturesome Evolution Series adds smart new music to the mix…for those of us who remember downtown New York in the 1970s, it is reassuring to find something very much like it happening in Baltimore now.
— Tim Page, Washington Post

Founded and directed by composer and Peabody Institute faculty member Judah Adashi, the Evolution Contemporary Music Series has made Baltimore a destination for outstanding new music and musicians since 2005. Praised by Tim Smith of the Baltimore Sun for having "elevated and enriched Baltimore's new music scene enormously," and by the Baltimore City Paper as "superb...not the same-old, same-old," the Evolution Series has presented or premiered works by over 100 composers, performed by acclaimed musicians from Baltimore and beyond. Featured guests have included Marin Alsop, music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Pulitzer Prize-winning composers John Luther Adams, Caroline Shaw, and Julia Wolfe; and New Yorker music critic Alex Ross. | | 443.424.8335
An Die Musik, 409 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201