Baltimore City Community College began life as a Junior College in 1947 and was part of the public school system to educate returning servicemen from World War II. The college re-located in 1967 and changed its name to The Community College of Baltimore and became an independent institution. The campus was expanded in the 1970s and was renamed again in 1992, when it became the Baltimore City Community College and received its funds from the state of Maryland. The three campuses for this sector of Baltimore community colleges are in the Mondawmin area of the city, the Reistertown Road Plaza and the Inner Harbor site.
The college has 31 degree courses and 28 certificate programs. Courses include healthcare, dental hygiene, nursing and physical therapy. There are also courses in telecommunication, information technology, business administration, criminal justice and hospitality. The sporting life of this representative of Baltimore community colleges includes men’s and women’s basketball teams, men’s baseball and women’s volleyball teams.
The Community College of Baltimore County offers associate Degrees and Certificate Programs. This college also has three major campuses, sited at Catonsville, Dundalk and Essex. There are also extension centers at Hunt Valley and Owings Mills. The Dundalk campus is home to the Baltimore County Police Training Academy. Courses at the college include anthropology, biology, electrical engineering and environmental science. There is also computer science and hospitality management and the arts are represented by courses in fine and applied art, dance, music and theatre. Online tutoring is available in computer studies and math.
Sport is actively pursued here too with teams in baseball, basketball, lacrosse, soccer, volleyball and softball. The Dundalk campus has a multi purpose stadium, gymnasium, baseball stadium and swimming pool. The Essex campus contains indoor marked courts, a weight training room, hard tennis courts and a multi purpose stadium. Baltimore community colleges prepare students for the world of work on campuses equipped with state of the art technology. There is an active social life and organized activities for sport and the arts. The Alumni Society at each college supports students after they have left. Both colleges have different things to offer and Baltimore is the richer for them.
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* “Chris is always fully entertaining,” says Cohen. “He’s one of the only players who, from passage to passage or from phrase to phrase, never seems to repeat himself. He’s just always full of delight and surprise. I think he’s one of the best tenor players under the age of 40 out there right now.”
Chris Potter – Tenor Sax
Peter Madsen – Piano
Peter Herbert – Bass
Tom Cohen – Drums
The Studio, New York, NY (02/11/1998)
Potter has released a number of albums as leader and has performed and recorded with many leading musicians including Patricia Barber, Kenny Werner, Red Rodney, Marian McPartland, the Mingus Big Band, Paul Motian, Ray Brown, Jim Hall, James Moody, Dave Douglas, Joe Lovano, Wayne Krantz, Mike Mainieri, Steve Swallow, Steely Dan, Dave Holland, Joanne Brackeen, Adam Rogers and many more.
; 55 Bar, Ari Hoenig, Avishai Cohen, Ben Monder, Ben Street, Bill McHenry, Birdland, Brad Shepik, brooklyn jazz, David Binney, Douglas Bradford, Drew Gress, Eesti Maja, Fat Cat, Gary Wang, jam session, Jason Lindner, Jazz Gallery, Jazz Standard, John Beaty, John Ellis, John Escreet, Kristjan Randalu, Mark Ferber, Mark Guiliana, Mark Guiliana’s Thing, Mike Moreno, Mike Severson, Nasheet Waits, Nick Anderson, Nir Felder, no cover, Park Slope, Prospect Park, Rose, Rose Live Music, Smalls, Solo Kitchen Bar, Spike Hill, tasuta joogid, Tea Lounge, the Stone, Tim Collins, Village Vanguard, Williamsburg.
Chris Potter “Anthropology”