Since 1979, Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble has delighted audiences of all ages and cultures across North America and Europe. Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble is renowned for respecting the integrity of traditional music and dance while gaining recognition for them as performing art by creating well-staged and carefully crafted productions. In search of the origins and relatives of Southern Appalachian music and dance, Footworks performed throughout the 1980s and 90s at most of the major folk festivals across North America and the United Kingdom.
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Dancers from Dance Connections, Inc. and narrator Greg Jukes join the Orchestra for Pirates & Princesses with music from Pirates of the Caribbean, Scheherazade, and more! Choose between the 10:30am or 1pm show and try your favorite instruments at the Musical Instrument Petting Zoo from 11:30-1:00. Children 17 and under are FREE! Tickets for adults and students ages 18 and up are $15.
Melissa Stafford, Director
Special guest artists join upper-level Preparatory Dance students in a refreshing and diverse program of ballet and contemporary dance.
Join us for an exciting music and dance performance celebrating Latinx culture! Jazz pianist Cesar Orozcohas created a set of music for strings and big band using rhythms and forms from Cuba and Venezuela. Award-winning dance artist Stephanie Martinez’s work Destino Roto (Broken Destiny) will focus on women’s strengths as she draws from her Mexican and Spanish heritage. Friday, March 29, 7 pm and Saturday, March 30, 2 pm. Baltimore School for the Arts, 712 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD. Free. Reserve tickets at www.bsfa.org/latinx.
IN THE COMPANY OF … MOVING DIALOGUES
by VTDance/Vincent E. Thomas
March 30 & 31
VTDance/Vincent E. Thomas presents an exciting evening of new works and collaborations with a stellar cast of moving artists. In the Company of…Moving Dialogues will surprise you, entice you, and satisfy your discussion pallet and artistic thirst.
Featured artists include Runqiao Du, Linda-Denise Fisher-Harrell, Love the Poet, Michael Sakamoto, and more.
The CCBC Dance Company presents their annual spring program exploring new and re-staged works by faculty and guest artists. We are excited to welcome guest artist Jon Lehrer who is setting a new work on the Company. And Patapsco High School Center for the Arts will be performing in a new work choreographed by Melinda Blomquist. It's going to be a great performance!
CCBC Essex Robert and Eleanor Romadka College Center (ROMA) | F. Scott Black Theatre
7201 Rossville Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21237
April 4 at 11:10 a.m.
April 5 & 6 at 7 p.m.
Jack Everly, conductor
Ron Remke, vocalist
Troupe Vertigo brings Hollywood flair to the Pops stage! Join the BSO as acrobats, aerialists, jugglers and more dazzle you with their extraordinary athletic artistry set to the music of Hollywood’s hottest hits.
danah bella, artistic director
Yin Yue, fall visiting artist in residence
Jhon Stronks, spring visiting artist in residence
Iyun Ashani Harrison, guest artist
Sidra Bell, guest artist
Choose from two performances of our popular, family-friendly Symphonic Pops Concert! Jason Buckwalter and Kimberly Christie join the Orchestra for your favorites from Guys and Dolls. The whole family will love selections from The Greatest Showman, Harry Potter, and Celtic classics featuring the Teelin Irish Dance Company in music from the Emerald Isle. There is no pre-concert lecture before Pops. Instead enjoy a special offer from Cured/18th & 21st: show your ticket (paper or electronic) for 10% off dinner before or after either concert! Reservations recommended.
You're Invited To:
Sneakers & Speakers (DJ Edition)
Where The DJ is the Artist...
Creative Performance Sets By:
DJ Allure, DJ Sean J, DJs Tazz & Fomo, James Nasty
Hosted by Von Vargas
Wear Your Dopest Sneakers
ALSO: Sneaker Pop-Up by For Rent Shoes Boutique
The Department of Dance presents the Senior Dance Concert, featuring new works that explore the past, present, and future of the human experience through elaborate and exciting movement.
Tickets: $12 general admission, $7 students and seniors. Tickets will be available online or at the box office one hour before performances – subject to availability.