Dance Performances

Dance Month – February 2015

 

Part of the 2nd Annual Baltimore County Dance Celebration with support from the Baltimore County Government

Baltimore Dance Invitational Professional Dance Showcase

Saturday, February 21, 2015 • 8:00 pm • $20 in advance for adults; $10 for children and students (Student ID required ages 18-24)

Get ready for an evening filled with unbelievable talent. This showcase will feature impressive performances by 10 of the Baltimore region’s best professional dance companies and artists. Hosted by Baltimore’s own, The Collective dance company, the dancers will be selected through an adjudication process that represents high-quality professional dance from the Baltimore region ands beyond. Artists selected to perform will be announced in December 2014 on gordoncenter.com. Dancers and dance-lovers near and far won’t want to miss these incredible performances from professional talent based right here in our region. Take a leap with us!

 


Global Expressions Co-presented with Dance Baltimore

Sunday, February 22, 2015 • 3:00pm • $20 in advance for adults; $10 for children and students (with ID ages 18-24) • $22 in advance for adults; $12 for children and students (with ID ages 18-24)

Rhythmic beats, vibrant colors and cultural traditions from around the world are featured in this annual dance showcase co-presented by Dance Baltimore. It’s a journey to countries far and wide offering a glimpse into other lands that encourages audiences to dance along. The annual showcase features performances by local and regional soloists and ensembles. A don’t-miss event returning to the Gordon Center by popular demand!


Koresh Dance Company – Come Together

Saturday, February 28, 2015 • 8:00pm • $29 in advance; $33 at the door

Critics say that “when the dust settles after a Koresh concert, you must leave bedazzled.” Their performances have been called turbocharged and injected with a jolt of crisp energy. This acclaimed company from Philadelphia shifts between classical, folk and modern movement, all set to music that ranges from Ravel to traditional folk tunes and works by Israeli and Turkish composers. A must-see performance -- if you’re prepared to be bedazzled!