Becky Mossing: Conversations in Emotion
A new show all about the emotions we feel and sometimes need to reconcile. Students from Baltimore School for the Arts will join BSA alumna and teacher Becky Mossing in singing songs by George Gershwin, Cy Coleman, as well as great numbers from musicals old and new. Sterling Gray will accompany on piano.
WHEN: Saturday, November 10, 7:30PM
WHERE: Germano’s Trattoria, 300 South High Street (at Fawn St.), Baltimore
TICKETS: Your $10 cover is a tax-deductible donation to Baltimore School for the Arts and supports this marvelous cultural exchange program.
ABOUT BALTIMORE SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS:
Founded in 1980, Baltimore School for the Arts is a nationally recognized public high school that provides its students with intensive pre-professional training in the arts in conjunction with a rigorous academic curriculum. BSA graduates go on to the most selective arts and university programs nationwide and achieve prominence in theater, film, music, dance and visual arts. Additionally, BSA's TWIGS program offers free after-school arts instruction to more than 700 city elementary and middle school children. BSA is a vibrant part of Baltimore's cultural community, reaching thousands of families and children each year with free and low-cost performances, exciting collaborative projects, exhibitions, and educational programming.
Baltimore School for the Arts, where the arts change kids’ lives.
ABOUT CABARET AT GERMANO’S:
Their mission is to promote and support the arts in Baltimore by offering local, regional and emerging artists a casual and intimate venue in which they can interact with their audiences. They also welcome performers from outside the region who desire to contribute to our thriving arts community. Notable artists who have performed at the Cabaret include iconic composer, Jimmy Webb, Broadway character actress, Mary Stout, and jazz virtuosos, Frank Vignola, Howard Alden and Nicki Parrott.Germano Fabiani and Cyd Wolf, owners of Germano’s, are the parents of BSA alumnae, Alessandra and Francesca Fabiani, who, along with the family’s love of the arts, inspired these BSA student cabaret performances.