Wednesday, February 13, 2013

BUSY SEMESTER @ BALTIMORE SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS

It's going to be a busy semester at Baltimore School for the Arts
with lots of opportunities to see our talented students in action
and to support the school.  We hope to see you at one, two, three
or more events in the coming months!

Here's just a sampling of what's coming up...
There's always more information and details at www.bsfa.org
as well as links to purchase tickets.  See you soon, and thank you!

Junior Scenes

Featuring BSA's Junior Acting Ensemble
performing scenes they've written

February 13, 14 & 15
4:30 & 7:30 PM
Pinkett Smith Theatre
Tickets $10 & 5

Spring Exhibition Opening

Friday, February 22, 4-6 PM
Segal Gallery
Free
Runs through May 10


CityBiz

Our beloved yearly fundraiser centered on performances
by BSA dancers, musicians, and actors.
Co-chairing this year are Christian Siriano (BSA '04) & Molly Shattuck

Gala Celebration (Sold out!)

Saturday, March 2, 6:30 PM
Tickets $350

Family Edition

Sundays, March 3 & 10, 2 & 5:30 PM
Tickets $15 & 10

Stage One|FANS

6:30 PM
Tickets $100


Dine Out for BSA at the Wine Market

Tuesday, April 2

The restaurant will be open to BSA family and friends for
a special 3-course dinner

$39 per person

Make reservation at 410.244.6166 or

www.the-wine-market.com/reservations.html

All proceeds benefit the school!

Appalachian Spring Logo

An all-new week of events centered on Appalachian Spring

and featuring the collaborative work of BSA students across all disciplines.

Opening of BSA Student Display
Featuring a series of paintings by BSA visual artists inspired
by the music for Appalachian Spring,
as well as other cross-disciplinary student projects
based on research about the 1940's and the artists

Monday, April 8, 4 PM
BSA Lobbies
Free

Artistic Vision Meets History
Join BSA students & faculty to discuss how historical theatre is created.

Monday, April 8, 5 PM
Straus Recital Hall
Free

Music Concert: Copland's Friends
Student musicians play works by Aaron Copland and friends.

Wednesday, April 10, 7 PM
Straus Recital Hall
Tickets $10 & 5

Ballet for Martha Book Talk
With illustrator Brian Floca

Friday, April 12, 5 PM
Recital Hall
Free

Appalachian Spring Premiere

BSA dancers, musicians and actors are featured in this
first-ever production by a high school.
Sets built to Noguchi's original specifications by BSA stage designers.
An original monologue developed by BSA students and faculty
will introduce the ballet and set the stage of the story.

Friday, April 12, 7 PM
Schaefer Ballroom
Tickets $15 & 10

Festival Family Day
Children's activities and scavenger hunt followed by the performance.
All participants will receive a coloring book. 
Copies of Ballet for Martha will be on sale.

Saturday, April 13, 9:45 pre-show & 11:00 AM show
1:45 pre-show & 3 PM show
Tickets $15 & 10/$35 Family