Music and Performance

Sat Apr 27

Follow the yellow brick road, dance with the Lollipop Guild, roll with the Wheelers, and wander through OZ!

L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, written in 1900, inspired 14 of his own books in the series and countless other movies, adventures, TV shows, stage performances, and much more. The majestic land of OZ has captured our imaginations into adulthood. From Judy Garland’s Dorothy to Michael Jackson’s Scarecrow in The WIZ, this year’s Marquee Ball celebrates them ALL! 

Click your sparkling heels or ruby slippers and find yourself in The Patterson Theater transformed for a night of dancing, performances on two stages, a silent art auction, open studios, treats galore, and fabulous attire!

Sun May 5

Ageless Grace, the annual concert presented by Dance Baltimore that features performances by dancers in their 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s. This year, performing modern, tap, belly dance, jazz, African, Latin and more, senior companies will include solo, duet and ensemble selections by former professional dancers as well as “recreational” dancers from the community. This year, a special guest performer will be Linda-Denise Fisher-Harrell, former principal dancer with Hubbard Street Dance Company and The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre. Currently, a Professor of Dance at Towson University, Ms. Fisher-Harrell will perform a solo selection. Ms. Fisher-Harrell's Baltimore School for the Arts instructor and professional mentor, Stephanie Powell, will also be performing in this year’s Ageless Grace concert. Other former professional dancers appearing include Heather-Brooke Malone-Wolf, formerly of Bowen McCauley Dance and CJay Philp, former Broadway dancer (Hairspray, Big, the Musical).

Thu May 9

The Suitcase Junket was raised in Cavendish, Vermont, the son of schoolteachers. He learned to sing by copying his sister Kate; the siblings are two-thirds of the touring trio Rusty Belle. Lorenz graduated from Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts, in 2004, having taught himself to throat-sing, inspired by a South Indian cooking class. On moving day, he pulled a guitar, filled with mold and worse for wear, from a dorm dumpster. He fixed it up and started pulling songs out of it. That was the beginning.

Sat May 11

10th Annual Baltimore City Association of School Psychologists (BCASP) Charity Event

Benefiting the Creative Alliance Creativity Center Campaign


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