Harford County residents enjoy a wealth of artistic endeavors, from the ballet to fine arts and more.
Center for the Arts at Tudor Hall
17 Tudor Lane
Bel Air, MD 21015.................. 410-838-2177
The Center for the Arts is dedicated to nurturing art, artists and the community by providing quality arts education and presentations in the disciplines of music, dance, theater and the visual, traditional and literary arts. The nonprofit organization also maintains Tudor Hall, the one-time home of John Wilkes Booth and Shakespearean actors Junius and Edwin Booth. Tudor Hall serves as a dedicated home for the arts in Harford County until construction of the proposed art center is completed. For information on tours of Tudor Hall, visit the center’s website.
Harford Artists Gallery
503 E. Churchville Road
Bel Air, MD 21014.................. 410-420-9499
The Harford Artists Gallery, at the Rockfield Manor cottage, features fine art painting, photography, pottery, artisan jewelry, sculpture, painted oyster shells, prints and note cards created by local artists. For hours of operation, visit the gallery’s website.
Harford Ballet Company
701 Whitaker Mill Road
Joppa, MD 21085.................... 410-877-0777
A classical and contemporary dance company, the Harford Ballet Company presents two major productions each year. The company also performs at numerous outreach events and community festivals. The company’s interactive performances allow children in the audience to feel they are part of the show. For information on upcoming performances, visit the ballet’s website.
Havre de Grace Drama Guild
351 Lewis Lane
Havre de Grace, MD 21078
The Havre de Grace Drama Guild brings quality community theater and film to the northern Chesapeake region. The guild has one of the most extensive drama programs in the region, teaching acting, singing, dancing, stage management, directing and film making. For information on programs and upcoming shows, visit the guild’s website.
Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra
P.O. Box 963
Abingdon, MD 21009
The county’s premiere symphony for more than 30 years performs a season subscription of four concerts and is part of the Bel Air outdoor summer concert series. Using creative programming, education, rehearsal and public performance, the orchestra entertains and offers music to the masses.