Baltimore School for the Arts fundraiser returns in 2022

For the first time since the pandemic began, the Baltimore School for the Arts will host its annual in-person fundraiser this year. This is a major production that gives students from all departments in the school a chance to perform together. Junior Iyona Kane is working on a self-choreographed dance routine that incorporates movement from communities across the city. It’s his own take on Baltimore club music. “It’s great fun to be able to connect my community to my school and show everyone what the Baltimore club is really about,” Kane said. “She’s done all her research into mining music from the 90s and early 2000s and researching the dance moves and that’s what you get out of it, it’s really impressive,” Laura Hamilton said, head of the school’s dance department Kane’s routine is one of two dance pieces that will be part of a school-wide production from March 3 to 6. The school will hold its annual fundraiser “Expressions” for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Students from different departments were able to perform together and the public is invited. “It pays for high-tech shoes, it pays for instruments, it pays for a professional artist come and work with our students. So that’s it for us.” said BSA Executive Director Rosiland Cauthen. The students said they were ready to share their work with the public. “It’s really exciting to be able to share this moment with my peers helping to create this and sharing it with everyone at ‘Expressions’,” Kane said. If you don’t feel comfortable coming in person, a virtual party pack is available. tickets are still on sale for March 6. The March 3 performance is sold out.

For the first time since the pandemic began, the Baltimore School for the Arts will host its annual in-person fundraiser this year.

This is a major production that allows students from all departments of the school to perform together.

Junior Iyona Kane is working on a self-choreographed dance routine that incorporates movement from communities across the city. It’s his own take on Baltimore club music.

“It’s great fun to be able to connect my community to my school and show everyone what the Baltimore club is really about,” Kane said.

“She’s done all her research on 90s and early 2000s mining music and dance moves and that’s what you get out of it, it’s really impressive,” said Laura Hamilton, head of the school dance department.

Kane’s routine is one of two dance pieces that will be part of a school-wide production from March 3-6. The school will hold its annual “Expressions” fundraiser for the first time since the pandemic began. Students from different departments were able to perform together and the public is invited.

“It pays for pointy shoes, it pays for instruments, it pays for a professional artist to come and work with our students. So that’s it for us,” said BSA executive director Rosiland Cauthen.

The students said they were ready to share their work with the public.

“It’s really exciting to be able to share this moment with my peers who are helping to create this and to share it with everyone at ‘Expressions’,” Kane said.

If you don’t feel comfortable coming in person, a virtual party pack is available. Tickets are still on sale for March 6. The March 3 performance is sold out.

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