They’ll be dancing up a storm at Towson University this weekend. It’s the annual event known as TigerTHON.
A Maryland middle school is holding a dance and pizza party for students who got straight A’s. Students who got B’s and C’s can come after school, once the pizza is gone, and students with lower grades aren’t invited at all.
A former bank building in Salisbury will become the home of the Eastern Shore Ballet Theatre and the Salisbury Dance Academy.
An American classic is coming back to Baltimore. The ballet “An Appalachian Spring” has only ever been performed by professional dancers.
Alzheimer’s affects about 5.4 million people in the United States and, as of 2010, about 86,000 people in Maryland, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Next month, three people with Carroll County ties will dance to help raise awareness and money for the Association.
President Barack Obama is attending his youngest daughter’s dance recital at an arts center in suburban Maryland.
Shortly after school started Friday morning at Bel Air Elementary, all 450 students were called down to the gym for what may have been the most memorable part of their day.
The Kennedy Center is presenting the new ballet, “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” produced by the National Ballet of Canada and London’s Royal Ballet.
The season begins Friday night against defending the NCAA champion Kentucky Wildcats up in Brooklyn.
Kagura refers to a type of Japanese folk music and dance in tribute to the gods of Shintoism. In 2006, the Japanese government designated Kuromori Kagura an intangible Cultural Folk Asset.
Jim Jeffrey has chasséd full circle, and it took only 70 years.
Strut and glide your way into the season and enjoy Baltimore’s best summer dance performances. From modern dance to aerial acrobatics, dance can inspire even the least graceful among us. Check out our picks for the season’s best dance events and your feet will be moving to the beat in no time.