Posts Tagged ‘ballet’
The Art of Crossover: From Classical to Broadway
Many young performers begin their training with their hearts set on working in opera or ballet, but these days, they may find that they have to branch out into other art forms to find gigs. On Saturday, April 14, MedChi and the Baltimore School for the Arts are teaming up to present “The Art of […]
Pictures as dance
Anton Hartmann’s paintings inspired Modest Mussorgsky to write his Pictures at an Exhibition and, in turn, that work inspired Cem Catbas, Artistic Director and Founder of Baltimore Ballet, to write a ballet based on on the art and the music. Here, he talks about his […]
That time of year!
It’s the season of Hallelujah choruses and sugar plum fairies! Here is the Baltimore Ballet Company offering.
In the following interview, conductor Carlos Kalmar talks about a phenomenal, newish work and about gathering together his favorite music from Prokofiev’s Ballet, Romeo and Juliet, aka Carlos’s Favorites. Maestro Kalmar also talks about why he loves American orchestras like the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra which he will conduct this Thursday through Saturday. Also on the program, […]
Bodies in Motion
Created in 1958, Alvin Ailey’s American Dance Theatre has performed around the world & been recognized as a vital American “Cultural Ambassador to the World” by U. S. resolution. Founded in 1974 as the Alvin Ailey Repertory Ensemble, Ailey II is comprised of the most promising scholarship students of The Ailey School. Many Ailey II […]