Immersive Sound: Music from the Mikvah

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Wednesday May 17

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7:00 PM  –  9:00 PM

Join the Jewish Museum of Maryland for a night of music in connection with the mikvah ritual bath space of the historic Lloyd Street Synagogue. The event will feature a live performance by Glorian, a conversation with MEGAFAUNA, and screening of video recordings of six Baltimore bands playing in the mikvah’s ritual space: Glorian, EyasAmy ReidG.O.L.D.Gay Baseball and MEGAFAUNA.

The event will also be a chance to schmooze over food and drinks, check out the music videos recorded in the mikvah and explore the new art exhibit Material/Inheritance: Contemporary Work by New Jewish Culture Fellows.

7pm – Doors Open & Community Networking 

7:30pm – Musical Performances

You can visit to learn more about the exhibit and the 30 featured artists as well as upcoming exhibition events including the Jewish Museum of Maryland’s Annual Meeting featuring a musical performance of Levyosn’s Lullaby, a JMM members exclusive conversation with the curator and the exhibition closing day of performances. You can learn more about the New Jewish Culture Fellowship at 

Admission is free and registration is encouraged, but not required. You can register for the event using this form. 

Face masks are recommended, but not required in the Museum building. Masks are available at the front desk for visitors who wish to wear one.


JMM Members get discounted tickets for paid events. For questions about using your JMM Member discount, click here or contact

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with more details about attending the event.

NOTE: Online ticket sales for in-person events end one hour before the scheduled start time. To learn whether tickets may still be available, please call 410.732.6400.