Offstage Series with WFWM

CES joins forces with Frostburg State University’s WFWM-FM. Immediately following select performances, WFWM station director Chuck Dicken joins the artists for fun, interactive discussions with audience members.

Chuck Dicken leads a conversation with The Brubeck BrothersChuck Dicken and the Brubeck Brothers Quartet    Photo credit/Koda Murphy

WFWM Offstage Series Cyrille Aimée and Chuck Dicken.    Photo credit/Joseph Ogunsanya, Jr.


Martha Redbone

Martha Redbone    Photo credit/Will Maupin

Martha Redbone

Saturday, Sept. 16
Immediately after performance

Frostburg Palace Theatre | 31 E. Main St., Frostburg

Learn more about Martha Redbone’s music and discover how her Native American and African American lineage influenced her development as an artist.


Bill Miller    Photo credit/Courtesy of the Artist

Bill Miller

Tuesday, Oct. 10
Immediately after performance

Pealer Recital Hall | FSU Woodward D. Pealer Performing Arts Center

Bill Miller will share how he has taken his own personal observations and experiences to create art that is universal in its ability to strike people in the heart.


Hot Club of Baltimore    Photo credit/Courtesy of the Artist

Hot Club of Baltimore

Saturday, Feb. 17
Immediately after performance
Loft 129 | 129 Baltimore Street, Cumberland

Michael Joseph Harris and the musicians of Hot Club of Baltimore discuss their musical influences and how they carry on the legacy of the legendary Django Reinhardt.

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CES is supported in part by a grant from the  Maryland State Arts Council, and receives financial support from the Allegany Arts Council, and the City of Frostburg.

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