List of Maryland music people

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This is a list of Maryland musicians, consisting of Marylanders who are musically notable, with a strong connection to the State of Maryland, USA and others who are notable within the music of Maryland. People listed may be relevant to the state of Maryland, the Province of Maryland or the area now known as Maryland before it was either a state or colony, and may be primarily relevant for reasons not related to music, so long as they do have some musical notability.

This covers specific individuals only. There is a separate list of Maryland music groups.

This list features relevant music people that are:

  1. Covered in an academic journal article or book, provided coverage goes beyond mere listing as an example of a broader trend
  2. Those documented as having special notability or popularity within the music field and are listed in reputably published sources.
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Aaron, Dave Bassist for the Baltimore-based metal band Rancid Decay [1]
Abbott, Sam Former mayor of Takoma Park, Maryland, led the creation of the Takoma Park Folk Festival, first held in 1978
Adabey, Nasar Teacher at the Peabody Institute, drummer, composer, leader of Supernova and former member of Birthright [2]
Adams, Harold Baltimore-area jazz saxophonist [3]
Addison, Elmer Jazz saxophonist with the Rivers Chambers Orchestra [4]
Adler, Peter Herman Eighth music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, from 1959 to 1968 [5]
Albinak, Steve Drummer for the Baltimore-based hard progressive metal band Apollo Ra [6]
Alsop, Marin Twelfth, and current, music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, whose term began in 2007, first woman to head a major American symphony [5]
Alverson, Mike Twenty-fourth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Ammen, Mark Bassist for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental band Dog Fashion Disco
Amos, Tori Pianist and popular singer, youngest student ever to attend the Peabody Institute, at age five [8] Tori Amos piano.jpg
Adrian, Drew Guitarist for the Rockville, Maryland-based speed metal band Indestroy [9]
Antanaitis, Sean Member of the Baltimore-based rock band Celebration
Argento, Dominick Graduate of the Peabody Institute, composer of lyric opera and choral music, winner of the Pulitzer Prize in Music [10]
Ascione, Raymond A. Nineteenth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Azrael, Sam Owner of the Super Music Store, an historic venue for African American music in Baltimore [11]
Bacon, Thomas Most well-known composer of the Tuesday Club in colonial Annapolis [12]
Badertscher, Alex Guitarist for Annapolis-based band Breathing Walker [13]
Bailey, Earl "Buddy" Member of the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group The Swallows, best known from their 1950s recordings, not the same individual as the member of The Clovers [14]
Bailey, Pearl Singer and actress, originally a chorus girl at The Royal Theatre [4] Pearlbailey.jpg
Balthrop, Carmen Opera singer and winner of the Baltimore Opera Company's vocal competition [15]
Baker, Hank Baltimore-area jazz saxophonist [3]
Baker, Henry Owner of a men's clothing store in Baltimore that featured rehearsal space that eventually came to host many well-regarded acts [16]
Banaszkiwicz, Mike Vocalist for the Baltimore-based speed and power metal band Mystic Force [17]
Banger, Kid Drummer (Stephen Toth) for the Baltimore-based metal band Snydly Crunch [18]
BarenBregge, Peter Director of the Columbia Jazz Band, writer and record producer with the Airmen of Note [19]
Barlow, Howard Fifth music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, from 1939 to 1942 [5]
Barr, Niki Denton, Maryland musician best known for entertaining the United States military abroad
Bartlett, Carol Current artistic director of the Peabody Institute's dance program, experienced dancer and choreographer, and winner of the Concours Internationale de Chorégraphie [20]
Bartz, Gary Baltimore-area jazz saxophonist [3]
Basiliko, Gus Drummer for Maryland-based doom metal band Wretched and speed metal band Indestroy [9]
Bealer, Wiliam Fifer and one of the best-remembered early members of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Beasley, Sean Bassist and vocalist for the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus, former member of Garden of Shadows
Beck, Allen E. Eighteenth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Beirs, Benjamin Teacher at the Peabody Institute's dance program, award-winning guitarist and member of chamber music group Duo Transatlantique [21]
Bell, Nathan Former bassist for the Baltimore-area punk band Lungfish
Belton, Rob Former drummer for the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus
Bender, Leigh Teacher at the Peabody Institute, trumpeter and composer of the Westminster Symphony Orchestra [22]
Benteen, Frederick D. 19th-century Baltimore music publisher [23]
Bergander, David Drummer for the Baltimore-based rock band Celebration
Blair, Sheldon Founder, and subsequent director, of the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra [24]
Blake, Eubie Baltimore native jazz composer, lyricist and performer, pioneer of the stride style EubieBlake.jpg
Bledsoe, John Richard Seventeenth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Boggs, Matthew Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute and Baltimore area native, double bassist who has toured widely across the United States [25]
Bonner, Mike Member of the Annapolis-based punk band The Hated
Boswell, James 19th-century Baltimore music publisher [23]
Boudreaux, Margaret Current director (since 1992) of the McDaniel College Choir [26]
Bowen, Alvin Member of the Baltimore-based African American vocal group The Four Buddies [11][27]
Bowen, Denny Drummer for the Baltimore-based rock band Double Dagger and sole member of electronic/mashup project, Smart Growth.
Boyer, Derek Former bassist for the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus
Branagan, Steve Drummer for Maryland-based doom metal bands Revelation and Against Nature [28]
Branigan, Rob Drummer for the Rockville, Maryland-based speed metal band Indestroy [9]
Braxton, Tamar R&B singer from Severn, Maryland, member of The Braxtons
Braxton, Toni R&B singer from Severn, Maryland, member of The Braxtons
Braxton, Towanda R&B singer from Severn, Maryland, member of The Braxtons
Braxton, Traci R&B singer from Severn, Maryland, member of The Braxtons
Braxton, Trina R&B singer from Severn, Maryland, member of The Braxtons
Brenner, Dave Guitarist for the Baltimore-based metal band Have Mercy [29]
Brenner, John Singer and guitarist for Maryland-based doom metal band Revelation [28]
Brent, Paul A. Baltimore-area musician who became the first African American to attend the Peabody Institute, in 1949, graduating in 1953 [4]
Brown, Anne Baltimore native and opera soprano, best known for creating the role of Bess in Porgy and Bess
Brown, Buster Jazz guitarist from Albany who joined the Rivers Chambers Orchestra [4]
Brown, Kev Rapper and producer from Landover, Maryland, member of the Low Budget collective
Bryce, Jeffrey Saxophonist for Annapolis-based rock band the Jarflys
Bryan, John Guitarist for the Baltimore-based metal band Have Mercy [29]
BT Trance musician from Rockville, Maryland
Buckler, Casey Former drummer for the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus
Bulkley, Kevin Guitarist for the Baltimore-based hard progressive metal band Apollo Ra [6]
Bullock, Mike Vocalist for the Annapolis-based crossover punk/metal band IronChrist, Rockville based Speed Metal band Indestroy. Guitarist and vocalist for Lanham based death metal band Scab.
Burch-Pesses, Michael Twenty-first bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Byers, Matt Former drummer for the Baltimore-area deathgrind band Misery Index
Byrne, David Popular musician and composer, best known with the Talking Heads, went to high school at Lansdowne High School and attended the Maryland Institute College of Art David Byrne 2006.jpg
Calloway, Blanche One of the first female bandleaders in the United States, from Baltimore [30]
Calloway, Cab Jazz singer and bandleader, raised in part in Baltimore [30] Cab Calloway Gottlieb.jpg
Cameron, Wayne Teacher at the Peabody Institute, trumpeter and conductor of the UMBC orchestra [31]
Campbell, Paula R&B singer from Baltimore
Carey, Tony Percussionist for the Baltimore-based psychedelic band The Peppermint Rainbow
Carmichael, Kelly Guitarist for Maryland-based doom metal band Internal Void
Carroll, John "Gregory" Member of the Baltimore-based African American vocal group The Four Buddies [11][27]
Carusi, Samuel 19th-century Baltimore music publisher [23]
Cassilly, Richard Graduate of the Peabody Institute and renowned operatic tenor
Carr, Joseph Founder of a Baltimore-based music publishing firm [23]
Carter, William "Tommy" Member of the Baltimore-based African American vocal group The Four Buddies [11][27]
Catbas, Elysabeth Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute, award-winning vocalist [32]
Chalfant, Jimmy Drummer for the Hagerstown-based metal band Kix [33]
Chambers, Rivers Cellist for the John Ridgely Jazzers, later a fixture in the Baltimore jazz scene and bandleader at The Royal [4]
Chaney, Jim Drummer for Annapolis-area rock band Jimmie's Chicken Shack
Chasez, JC Singer with 'N Sync, from Bowie, Maryland JC Chasez.jpg
Chestnut, Cyrus Graduate of the Peabody Institute, jazz musician [34]
Choe, Jeeyoung Rachel Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning flautist who has toured across the world [35]
Chriest, John Former bassist for the Baltimore-area punk band Lungfish
Clark, Jon Drummer for the Baltimore-based rock band 99 Burning
Clarke, Martha Graduate of the Peabody Institute, born in Baltimore, renowned choreographer and director [36]
Cleaveland, Alonzo Baltimore-based 19th century educator, founder of the Glee School [37]
Clifton, Arthur Music publisher and composer [23]
Coates, Lee Drummer for the Maryland-based death metal band Exmortis [38]
John Cole 19th-century Baltimore music publisher and store owner
Collette, Calvin Member of the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group The Swallows, best known from their 1950s recordings [14]
Collins, Brad Baltimore-area jazz saxophonist [3]
Combs, Greg Guitarist for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental band Dog Fashion Disco
Commissiona, Sergiu Ninth music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, from 1969 to 1984, also a violinist [5]
Corrick, Max Eleventh bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Cotto, Orlando Teacher at the Peabody Institute, well-known percussionist and marimbist [39]
Coty, Neal Country singer-songwriter from Maryland
Cougin Drummer for Maryland-based doom metal band Wretched
Covington, Steve Baltimore-area jazz saxophonist [3]
Cowell, Henry Teacher at the Peabody Institute [10]
Coxsen, Lawrence Member of the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group The Swallows, best known from their 1950s recordings [14]
Crawford, Buddy Member of the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group The Swallows, best known from their 1950s recordings [14]
Crocco, Matt Guitarist for the Baltimore-based metal band Rancid Decay [1]
Crover, Dale Member of Potomac, Maryland-based doom metal band The Obsessed
Culos, Christ Percussionist for Of a Revolution, a jam band from Rockville, Maryland
Dagher, Joe Member of Baltimore-based hardcore punk band Law & Order, and then Bollocks [40]
Dagher, Pete Member of Baltimore-based hardcore punk band Law & Order, and then Bollocks [40]
Dagher, William Member of Baltimore-based hardcore punk band Law & Order, and then Bollocks [40]
Daglar, Fatma Teacher at the Peabody Institute, oboist with the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra and the Maryland Symphony Orchestra [41]
Dailey, Albert Jazz pianist from Baltimore [42]
Dale, James A. Founder of the Annapolis Chorale and assistant music director at the United States Naval Academy [43]
Danchenko, Victor Teacher at the Peabody Institute, renowned violinist and winner of the both the Ysaye Gold Medal and the Soviet National Competition [44]
Danchenko-Stern, Vera Teacher at the Peabody Institute, singer and instrumentalist, and has toured widely across the United States and Russia [45]
Davis, Rich Guitarist for the Baltimore-based speed and power metal band Mystic Force [17]
Dayton, Lee Vocalist for the Baltimore-based metal band Have Mercy [29]
Deacon, Dan Electronic music composer and performer from Baltimore Dandeacon2.jpg
Deak, Stephen Early 20th century founder of the Baltimore Women's String Symphony Orchestra, Wolfgang Martin, from 1936 to 1940 [23]
Dean, Buddy Host of The Buddy Dean Show, a music television show in Baltimore
Deems, James Monroe 19th-century composer and music educator from Baltimore [37]
DeLong, Alfred Longest-serving and most successful director (1936–1969) of the McDaniel College Choir [26]
Denby, Herman "Junior" Member of the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group The Swallows, best known from their 1950s recordings [14]
Denver, Andrew Well-regarded drum major in the United States Naval Academy Band in the 1850s [7]
DePizzo, Jerry Saxophonist and guitarist for Of a Revolution, a jam band from Rockville, Maryland
DeVaughn, Raheem Singer and songwriter, raised in Maryland
Diehl, Ron Baltimore-area jazz saxophonist [3]
DiGalleonardo, Monica Bassist for Annapolis-based bands Moss Icon and Breathing Walker [13]
Diggins, Tommy Along with William Hoeke, the first Marine Musicians of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Divine Towson, Maryland-born drag actor, best known for Hairspray
Dixon, Eric Drummer for the Baltimore-based metal band Rancid Decay [1]
Dixon, Ike Owner of the Comedy Club, a major historic music venue in Baltimore [4]
Dixon, Luther Member of the Baltimore-based African American vocal group The Buddies [11][27]
Dolid, Laura Gurdus Teacher at the Peabody Institute and founder of Baltimore County Youth Ballet [46]
Donovan, Caitlin Teacher at the Peabody Institute and award-winning vocalist [47]
Dorsey, Derrick Former bassist for the Annapolis-area rock band Jimmie's Chicken Shack
Dowling, Dave Former guitarist for the Annapolis-area rock band Jimmie's Chicken Shack
Dowsy, Carlos Clarinetist for the John Ridgely Jazzers [4]
Dreyfuss, John Member of Half Japanese, a punk band from Uniontown, Maryland
Dreyfuss, Ricky Member of Half Japanese, a punk band from Uniontown, Maryland
Duncan, Blade Vocalist for the Baltimore-based hard metal band Hammers Rule [48]
Dupree, Bubba Guitarist for Void, a punk band from Columbia, Maryland
Duritz, Adam Baltimore born and raised vocalist and songwriter for the pop-rock band, Counting Crows [49]
Adam Duritz-Counting Crows 2009.jpg
Dyer, Samuel 18th-century music publisher in Baltimore [37]
Heinrich Christian Eisenbrandt 19th century Baltimore brass and woodwind instrument manufacturer [50]
Ellingson, Nick Guitarist for the Baltimore-based metal band Have Mercy [29]
Elliott, Cass Baltimore-native singer from The Mamas & the Papas
Elson, Rob Guitarist and lead songwriter for the Annapolis-area pop punk band The Track Record
Eminizer, Don Vocalist for the Baltimore-based rock band 99 Burning
Endicott, Sam Lead singer of The Bravery, originally from Bethesda, Maryland
Ennis, Andy Baltimore-area jazz saxophonist [3]
Ennis, Ethel Baltimore-native jazz musician [51]
Ensminger, John Percussionist for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental bands Dog Fashion Disco and Polkadot Cadaver
Ensminger, Kristen Trumpeter for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental band Dog Fashion Disco
Entrance Folk musician, real name Guy Blakeslee, former member of The Convocation of...
Escolopio, Aaron Originally from Waldorf, Maryland, first drummer for Good Charlotte, now a drummer for Wakefield [52]
Escolopio, Ryan Originally from Waldorf, Maryland, guitarist and vocalist for pop-punk band Wakefield [52]
Eskelin, Ellery Jazz saxophonist and recording artist, raised in Baltimore Ellery eskelin.jpg
Ewald, Bryan Guitarist and vocalist for Annapolis-based rock band the Jarflys
Maria Ewing Opera singer and winner of the Baltimore Opera Company's vocal competition [15]
Fahey, John Musician from Takoma Park, Maryland
Faile, Andrew Guitarist for the Baltimore-based metal band Snydly Crunch [18]
Fair, David Member of Half Japanese, a punk band from Uniontown, Maryland
Fair, Jad Member of Half Japanese, a punk band from Uniontown, Maryland
Falkinburg, Bruce Bassist and vocalist for Potomac, Maryland-based doom metal band The Hidden Hand, also a recording engineer
Fallon, Neil Lead singer for Germantown, Maryland-based stoner rock band Clutch Clutch-Neil Fallon-2.jpg
Feldstein, Mitchell Drummer for the Baltimore-area punk band Lungfish
Ferguson, Danny Member of the Baltimore-based African American vocal group The Buddies [11][27]
Ferrara, Tom Former guitarist for the Baltimore-based rock band Yukon
Fields, Mickey The most famous of the Baltimore-area jazz saxophonists, originally of The Tilters [3]
Finke, Fritz Former student at the Peabody Institute, founder of the Oratorio Society
Finnegan, Sean Drummer for Void, a punk band from Columbia, Maryland
Fisher, Erik Member of the Annapolis-based punk band The Hated
Fisher, Jason Member of the Annapolis-based punk band The Hated
Flagg, Lewis Cellist for the John Ridgely Jazzers [4]
Fleisher, Leon Teacher at the Peabody Institute, pianist and first American winner of the Queen Elisabeth International Music Competition of Belgium, in 1952 [53]
Flood, Dale Guitarist for Maryland-based doom metal bands Wretched and Unorthodox
Fluck, John D. Twentieth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Ford, Katrina Member of the Baltimore-based rock band Celebration
Formanek, Michael Teacher at the Peabody Institute, prominent jazz bassist [54]
Forsythe, Brian Guitarist for the Hagerstown-based metal band Kix [33]
Fox, Virgil Graduate of the Peabody Institute and renowned organist [55]
France, Al Member of the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group The Swallows, best known from their 1950s recordings [14]
Francis, Mike Bassist for the Maryland-based hard metal band Deuce [56]
Frank, James Guitarist for the Baltimore-based rock band 99 Burning
Frank, Pamela Teacher at the Peabody Institute, violinist who has toured widely, winner of the Avery Fisher Prize [57]
Freccia, Massimo Seventh music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, from 1952 to 1959 [5]
Friedman, Marty Guitarist for the Maryland-based hard metal band Deuce [56]
Fusciello, Zak Drummer for Annapolis-based band Breathing Walker [13]
Gaehle, Henry 19th century Baltimore piano manufacturer, cofounder of Wm. Knabe & Co. with William Knabe [58]
Gaither, Tommy Guitarist for the pioneering Baltimore-based doo wop group, The Orioles [59]
Gallagher, John Guitarist and vocalist for the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus
Gambone, Ralph M. Twenty-third bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Ganz, Brian Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning pianist [60]
Garcia, Fernando Guitarist and vocalist for the Baltimore-based metal band Rancid Decay [1]
Garrett, Sam Guitarist for the Baltimore-based rock band Yukon
Gaster, Jean-Paul Member of Germantown, Maryland-based stoner rock band Clutch Clutch - Jean-Paul Gaster.jpg
Gattis, Tom Guitarist and vocalist for the Maryland-based hard metal bands Deuce and Tension [56][61]
Gebelein, Conrad longtime band leader at the Johns Hopkins University where a grandstand is named for him. Performed first live music on Baltimore radio station. (1921)
Geller, Judith Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute, French horn player and arranger for the Charm City Klezmer Band [62]
Genaux, Vivica Opera singer and winner of the Baltimore Opera Company's vocal competition [15]
Gershman, Benj Bassist for Of a Revolution, a jam band from Rockville, Maryland
Gidwitz, John Former president of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Gilespie, Jon Keyboardist for Annapolis-based rock band the Jarflys
Gillett, Wheeler 18th-century music publisher in Baltimore [37]
Givens, Shirley Teacher at the Peabody Institute, violinist who has performed across the United States and written numerous instructional violin books [63]
Glass, Philip Graduate of the Peabody Institute, minimalist composer [64] Philip Glass 1.jpg
Glik, Chris Graduate of the Peabody Institute, composer, keyboardist and vocalist [65]
Gorden, John Drummer for the Baltimore-based metal band Have Mercy [29]
Gray, Alexander Singing master at St. Anne's Anglican Church in Annapolis, beginning in 1786 and continuing for an unknown amount of time [37]
Gray, Julian Teacher at the Peabody Institute, popular recorded guitarist and author of guitar-related books [66]
Green, Bus Bandleader at the Club Orleans [4]
Green, J. Ernest Longest-serving director of the Annapolis Chorale, beginning in 1984 and continuing to the present (as of 2008) [43]
Green, Joseph Music publisher and printer of the Maryland Gazette in colonial Annapolis, member of the Tuesday Club [12]
Green-Cudek, Lisa Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute, dance author and lecturer who has appeared on television several times [67]
Greenberg, Herbert Teacher at the Peabody Institute, violinist and recording artist for Argo Records who has toured widely and been the subject of national television and radio broadcasts [68]
Greig, Bruce Former guitarist for the Baltimore-area deathgrind band Misery Index
Grist, Ronnie Bassist for the Maryland-based metal band Kingsbrook [69]
Grobe, Charles 19th century pianist and composer [70]
Gross, Mark Baltimore-area jazz saxophonist [3]
Guckert, Doug Drummer for the Baltimore-based speed and power metal band Mystic Force [17]
Gulli, Ed Member of Potomac, Maryland-based doom metal band The Obsessed
Haha, Jimi Vocalist and singer for Jimmie's Chicken Shack and Jarflys, based in Annapolis Jimihaha.jpg
Hahn, Hilary Graduate of the Peabody Institute, Grammy Award-winning violinist [71] Hilary Hahn color mural - credit Kasskara courtesy of Deutsche Grammophon.jpg
Hahn, Marian Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning pianist and recording artist [72]
Hallam, Lewis Head of the American Company, one of the first opera troupes to perform in Maryland [23]
Hall, Bert Bassist for Maryland-based doom metal band Revelation and Against Nature [28]
Hall, Chris Bassist for the Maryland-based hard metal band Deuce [56]
Hamerik, Asger Danish composer who became the director of the Peabody Institute
Hamilton, Alexander Founder of the Tuesday Club, a social society which featured music at its meetings in colonial Annapolis [73]
Hammer, Charles Cornetist and second bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Hampshire, Rob Bassist for the Maryland-based doom metal band Earthride
Harris, Charles L. Founder of the Baltimore Colored Chorus and Baltimore Colored Symphony Orchestra, both in 1929, and led the Baltimore Colored City Band, also teacher of organ and cornet [4][23]
Harris, Skip Bassist for the Baltimore-based psychedelic band The Peppermint Rainbow
Harrison, Leon "Larry" Member of the Baltimore-based African American vocal groups The Four Buddies and The Buddies [11][27]
Harrison, Michael Current General Director for the Baltimore Opera Company [15]
Harrison, Mike Former guitarist and vocalist for the Baltimore-area deathgrind band Misery Index
Hart, Antonio Baltimore-area jazz saxophonist [3]
Hart, Josh Guitarist for Maryland-based doom metal band Revelation, formerly of Unorthodox [28]
Hartz, Ted Guitarist for the Maryland-based death metal band Exmortis [38]
Hean, Casey Guitarist for the Annapolis-area rock band Jimmie's Chicken Shack
Heinzmann, Adam Bassist for Maryland-based doom metal band Internal Void
Hendricks, Bobby Member of the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group The Swallows, best known from their 1950s recordings [14]
Henley, Shaun Bassist for the Baltimore-based hard metal band Hammers Rule [48]
Hennesey, David Original drummer for Potomac, Maryland-based doom metal band The Hidden Hand
Hersch, Michael Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning composer whose works have been widely performed [74]
Hewitt, John Hill Baltimore-based 19th century educator, co-founder of the Musical Institute, with William Stoddard [37] John Hill Hewitt1852.jpg
Hicks, Bobby Vocalist for the Baltimore-based speed and power metal band Mystic Force [17]
Hicks, Maurice Member of the Baltimore-based African American vocal group The Four Buddies [11][27]
Higgs, Daniel Vocalist, member of Reptile House and Lungfish
Hildebrand, David K. Professor at the Peabody Conservatory, nationally regarded music historian specializing in early American music, especially in Maryland. Performer and recording artist of colonial period music. [75]
Hill, Kenny Member of the Annapolis-based punk band The Hated, and the Spastic Rats, and founder of Vermin Scum, a local record label
Hoeke, William Along with Tommy Diggins, the first Marine Musicians of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Hohn, Chuck Drummer for the Baltimore-based hard metal band Hammers Rule [48]
Holiday, Billie Pioneering jazz singer who spent much of her childhood in Baltimore, known for an emotional and intimate vocal technique [76] Billie Holiday Lady Day.jpg
Holbrook, Jay Former General Director for the Baltimore Opera Company [15]
Holloway, Ron Tenor saxophonist known for performing in several genres of music. Holloway has worked with Susan Tedeschi, Dizzy Gillespie, Gil Scott-Heron and Root Boy Slim. He has shared the stage with Gov't Mule, The Allman Brothers Band, Little Feat, Derek Trucks, Taj Mahal (musician), Widespread Panic and Carlos Santana. [77][78] Ron Holloway Onstage at the Corcoran Art Gallery cropped.jpg
Hong, Ah Teacher at the Peabody Institute, acclaimed vocalist who has performed extensively, and been the subject of an internationally broadcast radio performance [79]
Horner, Tim Violinist for Annapolis-based band Breathing Walker [13]
Howland, Keith Guitarist from Silver Spring, Maryland, member of Chicago
Huber, Fred Director of Municipal Music in the early 20th century, dictated repertoire to municipally supported bands and banned jazz [4]
Hughes, Alfred Saxophonist for the John Ridgely Jazzers [4]
Hunter, Jim Former member of Maryland-based doom metal band
Hurley, Earl Member of the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group The Swallows, best known from their 1950s recordings [14]
Brandt Huseman Bassist for the 1990s power pop band The Greenberry Woods and Splitsville
Huseman, Matt Songwriter for the 1990s power pop band The Greenberry Woods and Splitsville
Inglefield, Ruth Teacher at the Peabody Institute, harpist and author of numerous articles and books [80]
Irvine, John Member of the Annapolis-based punk band The Hated
Irwin, Julienne Bel Air, Maryland-born singer who was a finalist on America's Got Talent
Isom, Gary Drummer for Potomac, Maryland-based doom metal and stoner metal band Spirit Caravan, Internal Void, Nitroseed, Pentagram, Valkyrie and Unorthodox
Itzel, Adam Jr. 19th-century composer and conductor
Jackson, George Lead singer for the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group, with J&S Records, from the 1950s, with a solo career in the 1960s [81]
James, Chris W. Edgewood, Maryland Musician and author. Americanna folk artist Most notably for Big Poppa Pump's Entrance theme, Steinerlined. Also, movie soundtracks Dangerous Mode, China Dolls, Darkest Soul and creator of the Savvy marketing series, taught Savvy Marketing for Musicians at Harford Community College. Seen with Richard Branson Virgin Records
Werner Janssen Fourth music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, from 1937 to 1939, also a composer [5]
Jarvis, Adam Drummer for the Baltimore-area deathgrind band Misery Index
Jickling, Mark Member of Half Japanese, a punk band from Uniontown, Maryland
Jarvis, John Drummer and one of the best-remembered early members of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Johnson, Carlos Baltimore-area jazz saxophonist [3]
Johnson, Frederick Member of the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group The Swallows, best known from their 1950s recordings [14]
Johnson, Money Member of the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group The Swallows, best known from their 1950s recordings [14]
Jones, Junetta Award-winning soprano and one of the first African American students at the Peabody Institute, and first to earn the Artist's Diploma, helped to found the Baltimore Municipal Orchestra [4]
Jones, Matt Guitarist and vocalist for the Annapolis-area rock band Jimmie's Chicken Shack
Josephson, Kim Opera singer and winner of the Baltimore Opera Company's vocal competition [15]
Joy, Tonie Guitarist for Annapolis-based bands Moss Icon and Breathing Walker, later founding Universal Order of Armageddon and the The Convocation of... and briefly joining Born Against [13]
Jungnickel, Ross Founder of the first Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, which ceased to exist in 1899 [23]
Kalimon, Ronnie Former member of Maryland-based doom metal bands Unorthodox and Internal Void
Kannen, Michael Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning chamber music performer [82]
Karatz, Frank Guitarist for the Maryland-based metal band Kingsbrook [69]
Katz, Ira Songwriter for the 1990s power pop band The Greenberry Woods
Keith, Steve Annapolis-based popular folk musician
Keller, Donald H. Jr. Twenty-fifth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Kennedy, John Pendleton Secretary of the Navy who requested the establishment of the United States Naval Academy Band in 1852 [7] JohnKennedy.jpg
Kennedy, Patrick Baltimore-born music author
Kennedy, Seamus Nationally renowned performer and recording artist of Celtic music
Kenner, Kevin Graduate of the Peabody Institute, bronze medal winner at the International Tchaikovsky Competition, top prize winner in the International Frédéric Chopin Piano Competition and winner of the Polonaise Prize [83]
Kernan, James L. Founder of the Maryland Theater of Baltimore [4][84]
Kerr, T. Henderson Orchestra leader, violinist and composer in the early 20th century [4]
Kessler, Melvin Paul Twenty-sixth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Key, Francis Scott Maryland attorney and author of The Star Spangled Banner, the national anthem of the United States of America
Greg Kihn Pop singer and radio personality from Baltimore, frontman for The Greg Kihn Band
Kim, Christine Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute, award-winning pianist [85]
Kimball, Mike Guitarist and songwriter for the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus
Kloeppel, Mark Guitarist and vocalist for the Baltimore-area deathgrind band Misery Index
Knabe, Ernest 19th century Baltimore piano manufacturer of his father's firm, Wm. Knabe & Co. [58]
Knabe, William M. (Sr.) 19th century Baltimore piano manufacturer, founder of Wm. Knabe & Co. [58]
Knabe, William (Jr.) 19th century Baltimore piano manufacturer of his father's firm, Wm. Knabe & Co. [58]
Knoerlein, John Drummer for the Baltimore-based metal band Have Mercy [29]
Knopp, Seth Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning pianist and chamber musician who has toured widely and recorded [86]
Koutsioukis, John Bassist for Maryland-based doom metal bands Unorthodox and Wretched
Kozinska, Alina Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute, award-winning vocalist who has toured widely and appeared on television in several countries [87]
Kranz, G. Fred 19th-century Baltimore music publisher [23]
Kremer, Andy Bassist for the Maryland-based doom metal band Revelation [28]
Kulesza, JoAnn Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning opera singer who has performed and conducted across the United States [88]
Lambros, Maria Teacher at the Peabody Institute, nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music Performance, recorded and performed widely [89]
Lamdin, Bonnie Vocalist for the Baltimore-based psychedelic band The Peppermint Rainbow
Lamdin, Pat Vocalist for the Baltimore-based psychedelic band The Peppermint Rainbow
Lande, Irina Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute, award-winning pianist who has toured across Europe and released recordings [90]
Larkins, Ellis First African American to attend the Peabody Institute, jazz pianist originally with the Baltimore City Colored Orchestra [91]
Larson, Nathan Film scorer, composer and member of Shudder to Think and Hot One, from Maryland
Latta, Brian Guitarist for the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus
Laue, Mark Member of Potomac, Maryland-based doom metal band The Obsessed
Laurence, Mark Drummer for Annapolis-based bands Moss Icon and Breathing Walker [13]
Lawson, James Baritone for the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group, with J&S Records, from the 1950s [81]
Lee, Rod Baltimore-based DJ, innovator of Baltimore club
Legrand, Victoria Vocalist and organist for the indie rock duo Beach House from Baltimore
Leiber, Jerry Songwriter, born in 1933 in Baltimore [92]
Lembach, Steve Drummer for the Baltimore-based speed and power metal band Mystic Force [17]
Lemon, Che Colavita Former bassist for the Annapolis-area rock band Jimmie's Chicken Shack
Leter, Steve Bassist for the Maryland-based hard metal band Deuce [56]
Lewis, Doug Guitarist for the Baltimore-based psychedelic band The Peppermint Rainbow
Little, Eric Drummer for Maryland-based doom metal band Earthride, and former member of Internal Void
Lindsay, Adam Founder of the Maryland Company of Comedians, the first resident theatre company in Baltimore [23]
Littleton, Daniel Member of the Annapolis-based punk band The Hated
Lockwood, Henry Professor of natural philosophy at the United States Naval Academy, commander of the Academy's first dress parade, in 1848, which featured local musicians [7]
Lofgren, Nils Multi-instrumentalist raised in Bethesda, Maryland, known as guitarist/keyboardist with Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Lofgren's solo career and songwriting led to being honored with his own "day" in Maryland. [93]
Nils Lofgren Ronnie Scotts 97.jpg
Loggins, Tee Musician with the Rivers Chambers Orchestra [4]
Long, Carolyn Opera singer and graduate of the Peabody Institute, born in Cambridge, Maryland
Louie, Gary Teacher at the Peabody Institute, saxophonist who has performed and recorded extensively [88]
Louis, Sammy Jazz bandleader at The Ritz, whose band toured widely in the region in the 1930s [4]
Luke, Katherine Organizer of the Handel Choir of Baltimore in 1935 [94]
Maguire, Hugh Singing master at St. Anne's Anglican Church in Annapolis, beginning in 1765 [37]
MacDonald, A. T. Michael Teacher at the Peabody Institute, recording engineer who has worked with many major labels [95]
Mack, Ellen Teacher at the Peabody Institute, pianist who has recorded and performed throughout Europe, Russia and North America [96]
Mack, Norris "Bunky" Member of the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group The Swallows, best known from their 1950s recordings [14]
Madden, Benji Originally from Waldorf, Maryland, guitarist and backup vocalist from pop-punk band Good Charlotte [97]
Madden, Joel Originally from Waldorf, Maryland, lead singer from pop-punk band Good Charlotte [97]
Maffeo, Jerome Drummer for the Annapolis-area rock band Jimmie's Chicken Shack
Maines, Dan Member of Germantown, Maryland-based stoner rock band Clutch
Maness, Mike Drummer for the Maryland-based metal band Kingsbrook [69]
Mantis, Jason Vocalist for the Baltimore-based metal band Rancid Decay [1]
Marbury, William Former chairmen of the Board of Trustees of the Peabody Institute, led the charge to admit African Americans to the Peabody in 1949 [4]
Marlin, Miles Bassist for the Baltimore-based band Hammers Rule [48]
Mario Baltimore-based R&B singer
Marshall, William F. Fourth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band, who expanded the Band's size greatly and was the first bandmaster to not be officially credited as an instrumentalist [7]
Martin, Billy Originally from Severna Park, Maryland, keyboardist and guitarist from pop-punk band Good Charlotte [97]
Martin, Hasani Drummer for the Annapolis-area pop punk band The Track Record
Martin, Wolfgang Early 20th century founder of the Baltimore Women's String Symphony Orchestra, with Stephen Deak, from 1936 to 1940 [23]
Massey, Edith Actress and singer who appeared in films by John Waters
Massey, Kevin Bassist for the Baltimore-based metal band Rancid Decay [1]
Mastrian, Stacey Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning soprano vocalist, specializing in Italian singing [98]
Matthews, Vince Former vocalist for the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus
Maw, Nicholas Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning composer whose works have been widely performed [99]
Maxwell, Tom Guitarist for the Baltimore-based metal band Have Mercy [29]
May, London Member of Reptile House, Lungfish and Samhain
McAbee, Ruth Lee Soprano who performed with the Baltimore City Colored Orchestra at its 1931 debut [4]
McDowell, Steve Tenor for the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group, with J&S Records, from the 1950s [81]
McCallum, Audrey Cyrus Pianist, and the first African American to attend the Peabody Preparatory, in 1955 [4]
McCleary, Tracy Pianist and classically trained musicians, later a conductor at The Royal in Baltimore with his band, the Royal Men of Rhythm [4]
McComas, Brian Country singer-songwriter from Bethesda, Maryland
McCombs, Cass Musician who lived in Baltimore for a period
McCoy, Donvonté Teacher at the Peabody Institute, jazz trumpeter who has performed widely, member of New Soil and the Donvonté McCoy Quintet [100]
McCoy, Roy Jazz trumpeter [4]
McDonough, Jim Former guitarist for Annapolis-area rock band Jimmie's Chicken Shack
McIntosh, Tom Graduate of the Peabody Institute and Baltimore native, jazz trombonist and composer
McKeown, Bill Guitarist for the Baltimore-based hard progressive metal band Apollo Ra [6]
Meadows, Sean Bassist for the Baltimore-area punk band Lungfish
Meadows, Timmy Guitarist for the Maryland-based hard metal bands Deuce and Tension, and brother of Angel's Punky Meadows [56][61]
Mears, Stephen Bassist for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental band Dog Fashion Disco
Mechlin, Spunki Guitarist for the Baltimore-based hard metal band Hammers Rule [48]
Meeder, Colin Member of the Annapolis-based punk band The Hated
Melton, Larry Bassist for the Annapolis-based rock band the Jarflys
Mencken, H. L. Author who founded the Wednesday Club, and member of the Florestan Club, both influential organizations in Baltimore music history [23] H l mencken.jpg
Menser, Keith Bassist for the Baltimore-based speed and power metal band Mystic Force [17]
Menser, Scott Vocalist for the Baltimore-based speed and power metal band Mystic Force [17]
Metcalf, Thomas E. Twenty-second bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Meyer, G. J. Third bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Meyerhoff, Joseph Influential former president of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra [5]
Michael, Rob Bassist for the Baltimore-based metal bands Have Mercy and Museum (originally known as Rancid Decay) [1][29]
Miller, Dan Vocalist for the Baltimore-based hard progressive metal band Apollo Ra [6]
Moon, Yong Hi Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning pianist [101]
Moore, Billy Jazz guitarist [4]
Moore, Lenny Football player, of the Baltimore Colts, later owner of the Sportsmen's Lounge, a prominent jazz venue in Baltimore in the 1960s
Morris, Alfred III Frontman for doom metal band Iron Man, based in Maryland
Morgan, Janet Bassist for the Baltimore-based rock band, Channels
Morris, Alexander Cecil Tenth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band when it first performed on television [7]
Morris, Charles Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, authorized and funded the United States Naval Academy Band in 1852 [7]
Morris, James Renowned opera singer and winner of the Baltimore Opera Company's vocal competition [15]
Moulis, Matt Drummer for Potomac, Maryland-based doom metal band The Hidden Hand
Muckenfuss, Robert Teacher at the Peabody Institute, singer and vocal coach of many years, organist and recording artist [102]
Muffley, Ned E. Fifteenth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band when it first integrated women in the 1970s [7]
Murphy, Kevin Former drummer for the Annapolis-area rock band Jimmie's Chicken Shack
Murphy, Timothy Teacher at the Peabody Institute, jazz pianist who has recorded and performed widely [103]
Mýa Singer, producer and actress from Greenbelt, Maryland Mýa in 2003 at Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.jpg
Nabokov, Nicholas Teacher at the Peabody Institute [10]
Nadler, Shelia Opera singer and winner of the Baltimore Opera Company's vocal competition [15]
Needleman, Katherine Teacher at the Peabody Institute, accomplished oboist and native of Baltimore [104]
Nelson, George Baritone of pioneering Baltimore-based doo wop group, The Orioles [59]
Netherton, Jason Bassist and vocalist for the Baltimore-based deathgrind band Misery Index, formerly with the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus
Newsom, Tommy Graduate of the Peabody Institute, saxophonist on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson [105]
Novo, José-Luis Current conductor of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra [106]
O'Connor, Tim Bassist for the Maryland-based speed metal band Tension [61]
Oliver, Mike Drummer for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental band Dog Fashion Disco
On, Richard Guitarist for Of a Revolution, a jam band from Rockville, Maryland
Osborne, Asa Guitarist for the Baltimore-area punk band Lungfish
Ott, David Composer of the Annapolis Overture on behalf of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra
Otte, Jim Drummer for the Baltimore-based speed and power metal band Mystic Force [17]
Page, Johnny Singer with the African American doo wop group The Marylanders [11]
Page, Kenneth W. Founder of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra and civil rights leader
Palanker, Edward Teacher at the Peabody Institute, clarinetist and bass clarinetist who has recorded and performed widely and authored several articles for the International Clarinet Journal [107]
Palmer, Vernon "Bert" Member of the Baltimore-based African American vocal group The Four Buddies [11][27]
Parker, Harlan D. Faculty at the Peabody Institute, conductor of the Peabody Wind Ensemble, who have performed and recorded to great acclaim [108]
Parris, Mikel Keyboardist and percussionist for Of a Revolution, a jam band from Rockville, Maryland
Parsons, Jeff Guitarist for Maryland-based doom metal bands Wretched, Indestroy and Unorthodox [9]
Pasternack, Benjamin Faculty at the Peabody Institute, award-winning pianist [109]
Patterson, Donald Dean Fourteenth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Peabody, George Philanthropist and founder of the Peabody Institute in Baltimore [110] Peabodyg.png
Peterman, H. J. Eighth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Peters, W. C. 19th-century Baltimore music publisher [23]
Pfanstiehl, Eliot President and CEO of the Strathmore
Pfeiffer, John Philip First bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Phillips, Mike Drummer for Maryland-based doom metal bands Unorthodox and Wretched
Phillips, William J. Composer and sixteenth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Pinhas, Guy Member of Potomac, Maryland-based doom metal band The Obsessed
Plishka, Paul Opera singer and winner of the Baltimore Opera Company's vocal competition [15]
Podgurski, Nick Percussionist for the Baltimore-based rock band Yukon
Pollauf, Jacqueline Classical harpist and teacher based in Baltimore harp
Pomeroy, Robert Manager of the Lyric Opera in Baltimore when it began allowing African American performers in 1968 [4]
Ponselle, Rosa Renowned opera soprana, first artistic director of the Baltimore Opera Company [15]
Porter, David Dixon Superintendent at the Naval Academy who modernized and professionalized the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Post, Marjorie Merriweather American socialite, businesswoman, owner of General Foods, namesake of the Merriweather Post Pavilion
Prankster, Mary Formerly Baltimore-based indie rock singer-songwriter
Pratt, Awadagin Graduate of the Peabody Institute and the first student to graduate with degrees in three performance areas, prominent concert pianist and violinist, winner of the Naumburg International Piano Competition [111]
Prettyman, Edward Leader of the Baltimore Colored Park Band [4]
Puciato, Greg Singer of The Dillinger Escape Plan, originally from Baltimore
Purnell, Donnie Bassist for the Hagerstown-based metal band Kix [33]
Purviance, Ernest Popular Baltimore-based jazz musician, later with the Drexel Jazz Syncopaters [4]
Puts, Kevin Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning composer [112]
Quigley, Sennen Guitarist and keyboardist for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental band Dog Fashion Disco
Randall, James Ryder Author of "Maryland, My Maryland", written in 1861
Randolph, Harold Former director of the Peabody Institute [4]
Reds, Detroit Performer at the Merry-Go-Round on Pennsylvania Avenue, later master of ceremonies for Club Orleans [4]
Reed, Johnny Double bass and bass vocalist of pioneering Baltimore-based doo wop group, The Orioles [59]
Reeder, Scott Member of Potomac, Maryland-based doom metal band The Obsessed
Reinagle, Alexander Composer, manager, with Thomas Wignell of the Holliday Street Theater, one of the most important venues of colonial Baltimore [23]
Rice, Chris Maryland-native Christian contemporary music songwriter
Rich, Eddie Member of Baltimore-based African American vocal group The Swallows [11]
Richards, Chuck Popular African American radio personality with WBAL in the mid-20th century [11]
Ricketts, Michael Recording artist and co-founder and lead guitarist for the Baltimore-based metal band Snydly Crunch [18] Michaelr.jpg
Ridgely, John Founder of the first band, the John Ridgley Jazzers, to call its music jazz in Baltimore [4]
Rippetoe, Matt Horn player for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental band Dog Fashion Disco
Ritchie, Phil Singer with the band Lennex, from Ocean City, Maryland
Robbins, J. Frontman for the Baltimore-based rock band, Channels, and formerly of Burning Airlines and Jawbox
Roberge, Marc Vocalist and guitarist for Of a Revolution, a jam band from Rockville, Maryland
Roberts, Gwyn Teacher at the Peabody Institute, recorder-player who has recorded widely [113]
Robinson, Ann Maryland-born colonial era theater owner in Augusta, Georgia, originally married to Dennis Ryan, manager of the Maryland Company of Comedians [114]
Rochester, Joseph T. H. Popular Baltimore-based jazz musician and bandleader, later with the Drexel Jazz Syncopaters [4]
Rod, DJ Roddy Maryland-based DJ and member of hip hop group Maspyke and the Low Budget collective
Rogers, Greg Member of Potomac, Maryland-based doom metal band The Obsessed
Romasco, Matt Maryland-based Designer and Tube Guitar Amplifier builder JMJAmps.com [115]
Rosen, Miles Drummer for the 1990s power pop band The Greenberry Woods
Rothschild, Rudolph Co-founder of the Baltimore Chamber Music Society in 1950 [23]
Rouchard, Marc Guitarist for the Baltimore-based speed and power metal band Mystic Force [17]
Rowe, Devonna Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute, award-winning vocalist who has toured internationally [116]
Rowe, Mike American narrator and TV personality, former professional singer with the Baltimore Opera Company
Ruthvin, Joe Former member of the Maryland-based doom metal band Earthride
Ryan, Dennis Manager of the first theatrical company in Baltimore in the 1780s [117]
Saelzer, Pablo Conductor of the Maryland Classic Youth Orchestras' Sinfonia, and a well-known conductor with other institutions both in his native Chile and the United States [118]
Sayenga, Eric Former drummer for the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus
Scally, Alex Guitarist and keyboardist for the indie rock duo Beach House from Baltimore
Schauer, Mick Member of Germantown, Maryland-based stoner rock band Clutch
Schelling, Ernest Third music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, from 1935 to 1937, also a pianist and composer [5] Ernest Schelling.jpg
Schock, Gina Drummer for The Go-Go's, originally from Baltimore The Go-Gos - Gina Schock.jpg
Schoff, Peter Fifth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Schoolden, Mike From Waldorf, Maryland, guitarist for pop-punk band Wakefield [52]
Sentelle, Larry Guitarist for the Maryland-based metal band Kingsbrook [69]
Shaffer, Steve Guitarist for the Baltimore-based speed and power metal band Mystic Force [17]
Shakur, Tupac Gangsta rapper who lived in Baltimore for a time
Sharp, Alexander High tenor of pioneering Baltimore-based doo wop group, The Orioles [59]
Sharp, William Teacher at the Peabody Institute, critically acclaimed singer who has recorded for several labels and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Classical Music Performance [119]
Shaw, Ruel Baltimore-based 19th century education and music publisher [37]
Sherman, Dave Bassist and vocalist for Potomac, Maryland-based doom metal and stoner metal band Spirit Caravan, and Wretched and Earthride
Shirley-Quirk, John Teacher at the Peabody Institute, critically acclaimed singer who has recorded prolifically and won several Grammy Awards [120]
Siegel, Jeff Keyboardist for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental band Dog Fashion Disco
Siemonn, George Second music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, from 1930 to 1935 [5]
Sima, William Ninth director of the United States Naval Academy Band, composer of the "Victory March" [7]
Simons, Mike Original vocalist for the Maryland-based death metal band Exmortis [38]
Sipple, Mike Former drummer for the Annapolis-area rock band Jimmie's Chicken Shack
Sisqó R&B singer from Baltimore
Sissle, Noble Baltimore jazz musician and composer who worked with Eubie Blake
Slayter, Gayle Popular vocalist with the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Slot Racer Baltimore-based indie rock band
Slutsky, Boris Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning pianist [121]
Smail, Mike Drummer for Maryland-based doom metal band Internal Void
Smith, Brad Bassist for the Baltimore-based rock band Yukon
Smith, David Baltimore-area jazz saxophonist [3]
Smith, Jimmy Baltimore-area organist, known for his work on the Hammond B-3 organ [3]
Smith, Todd Vocalist and guitarist, member the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental bands Dog Fashion Disco (vocals) and Polkdadot Cadaver (vocals and guitar)
Snowden, Elmer Baltimore-native jazz banjoist [51]
Solars, Elizabeth Faidley Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute, winner of the Melissa Tiller Memorial Prize for String Performance [122]
Southard, Lucien Conductor the Peabody Institute
Speleos, Nick Guitarist and vocalist for the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus
Spence, Donnie Drummer for the Hagerstown-based metal band Kix [33]
Spetta, Michael Vocalist for the Baltimore-based metal band Snydly Crunch [18]
Spiegel, Sam DJ, originally from Bethesda, Maryland, also known as Squeak E. Clean
Spice Caravan Doom metal and stoner metal band from Potomac, Maryland, led by Scott Weinrich, with Dave Shermann and Gary Isom
Spicer, Ishmael First "singing master" - music educators, often itinerant, specializing in choral music - in Baltimore, beginning in 1789 in a courthouse, students include John Cole [37]
Sprenkle, Elam Teacher at the Peabody Institute, composer whose works have been widely performed [123]
Springer, Samuel Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute, award-winning organist [124]
Steiff, Charles 19th century piano manufacturer, based in Baltimore [58]
Stellaccio, Cherie Teacher at the Peabody Institute, long-time music educator, lecturer and vocalist [125]
Stepansky, Alan Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning cellist [126]
Stephenson, Mary Elizabeth Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute, award-winning organist who has toured across the United States and abroad, and appeared on television and radio [127]
Stepp, Jasan Guitarist for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental bands Dog Fashion Disco and Polkadot Cadaver Jasandfd fletchers.jpg
Sterling, Arnold Baltimore-area jazz saxophonist [3]
Stevens, Jason Guitarist for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental band Dog Fashion Disco
Stevenson, Bill[disambiguation needed] Member of Baltimore-based hardcore punk band Bollocks [40]
Stewart, Geoff Saxophonist for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental band Dog Fashion Disco
Stewart, Reginald Sixth music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, from 1917 to 1930, and director of the Peabody Institute [5]
Stoddard, William Baltimore-based 19th century educator, co-founder of the Musical Institute, with John Hill Hewitt [37]
Stone, Richard Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning lutenist who has performed and recorded widely [128]
Stover, Chris Bassist for Void, a punk band from Columbia, Maryland
Strackbein, Michael Bassist and vocalist for the Annapolis-area pop punk band The Track Record
Strals, Nolen Vocalist for the Baltimore-based rock band Double Dagger
Strassburg, Mark Guitarist and vocalist for the Rockville, Maryland-based speed metal band Indestroy [9]
Strube, Gustav First music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, from 1917 to 1930, also a composer and teacher at the Peabody Institute [5]
Sult, Tim Member of Germantown, Maryland-based stoner rock band Clutch Clutch-Tim Sult-2.jpg
Summerour, Jay Folk performer, with Warner Williams
Surber, John S. Thirteenth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Sutherland, Donald Teacher at the Peabody Institute, organist who has performed internationally [129]
Sutro, Otto Former student at the Peabody Institute, later a publisher and music store owner
Swanson, Tim Keyboardist for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental band Dog Fashion Disco
Swindell, Bill Baltimore-based jazz saxophonist from Washington, D.C. [16]
Tak, Young-ah Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute, award-winning organist who has toured across the United States and abroad, and appeared on television and radio [130]
Talley, John Barry Musician, Scholar, Educator, Director of Musical Activities at the United States Naval Academy 1971-2006 [131]
Talley, Kevin Former drummer for the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus and the Baltimore-based deathgrind band Misery Index
Tanner, Evan Former drummer for Potomac, Maryland-based doom metal band The Hidden Hand
Tardue, Mark Director of the Annapolis Chorale who organized a very successful concert that established the Chorale's reputation in 1977 [43]
Taubenfield, Evan Baltimore-born guitarist for Avril Lavigne
Taylor, Angela (Revis) Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute, computer musician and pop-rock singer-songwriter [132]
Temirkanov, Yuri Eleventh music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, from 1999 to 2006 [5]
Tennyson, J. D. From Waldorf, Maryland, guitarist for pop-punk band Wakefield [52]
Theiss, Mike Bassist for the Maryland-based doom metal band Revelation [28]
Theofanidis, Christopher Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning composer whose works have been widely performed [133]
Thomas, A. Jack Bandleader for the Baltimore Colored City Band, Commonwealth Band, and one of the first African American bandmasters in the U.S. Army [4]
Thomas, Brandon Musician originally from Baltimore
Thomas, Edward After giving him good advice on horse race-gambling, Thomas convinced Warner Studios boss Jack Warner to install air conditioning at the Tivoli Theatre in Frederick, Maryland, which attracted a legion of new audiences to what would eventually become the Weinberg Center for the Arts [134]
Thomas, Gary Teacher at the Peabody Institute, acclaimed jazz flautist and saxophonist who has recorded on his own and with many successful performers [3][135]
Thomas, Paul Originally from Waldorf, Maryland, bassist from pop-punk band Good Charlotte [97]
Thomas, Rich Bassist for the Baltimore-based metal band Snydly Crunch [18]
Thompson, Charles[disambiguation needed] Teacher at the Peabody Institute, recording engineer who has worked on many successful recordings [136]
Thrower, Thurman Bass singer for the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group, with J&S Records, from the 1950s [81]
Timlin, Duane Former drummer for the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus
Tindley, Charles Albert Influential gospel composer, originally from Berlin, Maryland [4] Tindley.jpg
Til, Sonny Lead tenor of pioneering Baltimore-based doo wop group, The Orioles [59]
Tilghman, Charles Phillip Baltimore-based entrepreneur and owner of one of the first minority-owned nightclubs in the country, The Sphinx Club, which opened in 1946 [137]
The Tilters Baltimore-area band that included the jazz saxophonist Mickey Fields [3]
Tinner, John Banjoist for the John Ridgely Jazzers [4]
Tinto, Chris Drummer for the Maryland-based hard metal band Deuce [56]
Torovsky, Adolph Seventh bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band when it first recorded commercially in 1920 [7]
Trnkova, Michaela Preparatory faculty at the Peabody Institute, harpist who has toured widely [138]
Tseng, Keng-Yuen Teacher at the Peabody Institute, award-winning violinist [139]
Turner, Irving Member of the Baltimore-based African American doo wop group The Swallows, best known from their 1950s recordings [14]
Turner, Joe Jazz pianist and master of the stride piano style born in Baltimore, Maryland, November 3, 1907 – July 21, 1990. Played with Benny Carter Orchestra and Louis Armstrong. Settled in Europe, living in Paris from 1962 until his death.
Turner, Preston Twelfth bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band [7]
Tyler, Veronica Award-winning soprano and one of the first African American students at the Peabody Institute [4]
Valiente, Christian Bassist and vocalist for the Annapolis-area rock band Jimmie's Chicken Shack
Van Hulsteyn, Ruth One of the first female violinists with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, during World War 2 [16]
Van Sice, Robert Teacher at the Peabody Institute, marimbist who has performed widely [140]
Van Steinberg, Kyle Guitarist for the Maryland-based doom metal band Earthride
Vance, Jonathan Member of Annapolis-based band Moss Icon, singer for Moss Icon and Breathing Walker [13]
Venus, Mike Drummer for the Baltimore-based band Hammers Rule [48]
Viti, Rob Drummer for the Annapolis-area pop punk band The Track Record
Voyles, Sparky Guitarist for the Baltimore-based deathgrind band Misery Index, formerly of the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus
Roger Wainwright Member of the Baltimore-based African American vocal group The Buddies [11][27]
Wakefield Pop-punk band from Mechanicsville, Maryland who has received some radio airplay and commercial success since releasing American Made in 2003, consisting of Aaron and Ryan Escolopio, Mike Schoolden and J. D. Tennyson [52]
Walker, John Teacher at the Peabody Institute, acclaimed concert organist and recording artist [141] John Walker (organist).jpg
Wall, Susannah Maryland-born colonial era singer and theater owner in Augusta, Georgia, and daughter of Thomas Wall, a theatrical manager in Baltimore [114]
Wall, Thomas Owner of the first theatrical company in Baltimore in the 1780s [23][117]
Walschot-Stapp, Alstrid Director of the Maryland Classic Youth Orchestras' harp ensemble, well-known concert harpist [142]
Waters, John Baltimore-born filmmaker behind movies like the Baltimore-set musical Hairspray John Waters Carlton Cannes.JPG
Watters, Sam Songwriter and producer, formerly of Color Me Badd
Watts, André Graduate of the Peabody Institute and Grammy Award-winning classical pianist
Weaver, Todd Bassist for the Baltimore-based hard progressive metal band Apollo Ra [6]
Webb, Chick Baltimore-born jazz drummer and bandleader [23]
Weiffenbach, John Leader singer for Void, a punk band from Columbia, Maryland
Weinberg, Alyce With her husband Jan, donated the building to help the Tivoli Theatre in downtown Frederick recover from a flood, incarnated as the Weinberg Center for the Arts [134]
Weinberg, Dan With his wife Alyce, donated the building to help the Tivoli Theatre in downtown Frederick recover from a flood, incarnated as the Weinberg Center for the Arts [134]
Weinrich, Scott Leader of Potomac, Maryland-based doom metal band The Obsessed, and member of numerous other metal bands, including Spirit Caravan and The Hidden Hand
Weisgall, Hugo Teacher at the Peabody Institute, founder of the Baltimore Chamber Music Society [10]
Weiss, Piero Teacher at the Peabody Institute, musicologist who has published a number of books and articles [143]
White, Brian Bassist for the Rockville, Maryland-based experimental band Dog Fashion Disco
White, Noel Drummer for the Annapolis-based rock band the Jarflys
Whiteman, Steve Vocalist for the Hagerstown-based metal band Kix [33]
Wignell, Thomas Composer, manager, with Alexander Reinagle of the Holliday Street Theater, one of the most important venues of colonial Baltimore [23]
Willen, Bruce Bassist for the Baltimore-based rock band Double Dagger
Williams, J. D. Vocalist for Maryland-based doom metal band Internal Void
Williams, Phillip First singing master in Maryland, based at Annapolis' St. Anne's Anglican Church starting in 1764, but left after one year [37]
Williams, Shawn Guitarist for the Rockville, Maryland-based speed metal band Indestroy [9]
Williams, Trey Drummer for the Annapolis-based death metal band Dying Fetus
Williams, Warner Folk performer, with Jay Summerour
Williams, Whit Baltimore-area jazz saxophonist [3]
Willig, George 19th-century Baltimore music publisher [23]
Wilson, William Llewellyn Conductor and cellist of the Baltimore Colored Chorus and Baltimore Colored Symphony Orchestra in the 1930s [4][23]
Wise, Wilmer Trumpeter and first African American to join the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, in 1965, and first African American faculty member at the Peabody Conservatory [4]
Wiser, Chris Bassist for the Maryland-based death metal band Exmortis [38]
Wisner, Marc Vocalist for the Baltimore-based metal band Rancid Decay [1]
Worden, John Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy, who inaugurated several long-standing musical occasions at the Academy [7]
Young, Gene Teacher at the Peabody Institute, composer and conductor of the Peabody Camerata [144]
Younkins, Ronnie Guitarist for the Hagerstown-based metal band Kix [33]
Zappa, Frank Baltimore-born composer and musician Zappa 16011977 01 300.jpg
Zee, Frank Vocalist for the Maryland-based metal band Kingsbrook [69]
Zentek, Darren Drummer for the Baltimore-based rock band, Channels, and formerly of Oswego and Kerosene 454
Zentz, Bob Popular folk musician who specializes in the Chesapeake Bay area
Zepp, Jeff Bassist for the Baltimore-based rock band 99 Burning
Zimmerman, Charles Adam Cornetist and organist, youngest bandmaster of the United States Naval Academy Band and composer of "Anchors Aweigh" [7]
Zinman, David Tenth music director of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, from 1985 to 1998, also a violinist [5]

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