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The Carl J. Murphy Fine Arts Center, found on the edge of the Morgan State University southeast school, made its debut on December 1, 2001 with a marvelous efficiency by the prominent soprano, Ms. Jessye Norman-accompanied by pianist, Mark Markham.

The Murphy Fine Arts Center (MFAC) is Baltimore’s many contemporary location replete with contemporary, cutting edge centers for members of the carrying out and visual arts neighborhoods to display their skills. MFAC’s efficiency spaces ably accommodate performers and productions who play to ‘thousands” at a time-and-to acts who like the intimate settings of studio theater or recital hall places. MFAC’s full plan includes four efficiency spaces; talent/crew knowledges that rival the offerings at Baltimore’s downtown efficiency venues; and a museum with art objects valued in excess of $10 million.

The focal point of this terrific venue is the James H. and Louise Hayley Gilliam Concert Hall, with seating for over 2,000. With the Gilliam Concert Hall, and three other performance spaces, MFAC is able to mount a bigger variety of productions than any other center in Baltimore. The James E. Lewis Museum of Art – likewise within the walls of MFAC – is built to house touring art exhibits of many categories.

MFAC’s northeast Baltimore place and physical functions make it an ideal setting for a broad spectrum of occasions and performances: from Broadway and off-Broadway productions-to studio theater to stand-up funny; for musical performances from symphony-to recital; and for dance performances from chorus lines-to classic ballet-to African dance.

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