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January 20, 2010

UMBC Presents Baltimore Dance Project in Concert

February 4, 5 and 6, 2010
8 p.m.
UMBC Fine Arts Recital Hall

Contact: Thomas Moore
Director of Arts & Culture

You may view or download this release as a pdf file.

Baltimore Dance Project - Photo by Enoch ChanUMBC presents the acclaimed Baltimore Dance Project, the professional dance company in residence at UMBC, in concert on February 4, 5 and 6, 2010 at 8 p.m. in the UMBC Theatre.

Baltimore Dance Project returns with a mix of heart-warming, mind-bending, vigorous, inventive, creepy, and entertaining dance. The company features the choreography of artistic directors Doug Hamby and Carol Hess, "two of the most exciting choreographers in Maryland," performances by award-winning dancers Sandra Lacy and Adrienne Clancy, and a crew of eight outstanding dancers. The production features lighting by Enoch Chan.

Featured on the program:
-- Stop and Go* by Doug Hamby, in which a young dancer revs his engines for the first time.
-- Gavotte* by Doug Hamby, a playful duet in a theme and variations structure to music by Rameau.
-- Heartstrings by Doug Hamby, a movement meditation on the music of Ferdinand Maisel with luscious dancing amid shards and flecks of light.
-- Liquid Measure** by Carol Hess, a duet inspired by ancient forms of measurement using the body as a reference.
-- Private Property, an edgy dance by Carol Hess about personal space and voyeurism, featuring dancer Michelle Brandenburg and camera artist/filmmaker Nick Prevas interacting with live, real-time large scale video.
-- Transparencies/Other Lives by Carol Hess, in which six dancers become avatars and explore a virtual world, dancing with animated characters and visual projections.
-- When I Needed You Most, Where Were You? choreographed and performed by Adrienne Clancy and Sandra Lacy (a Maryland 2010 Choreographers Showcase selection).
-- Two by Eartha, a virtuosic yet whimsical solo by Iréne Hultman, performed by Sandra Lacy.

**UMBC Premiere

General admission: $15.00. Students and seniors: $10.00. UMBC students: $7.00.
Tickets are available through MissionTix at or by calling MissionTix at 410-752-8950.
Tickets will also be available at the door (cash or check only) immediately prior to the concert.

General Public Information
UMBC Arts Website:

-- From I-95 take exit 47B. Take Route 166 toward Catonsville and then follow signs to the UMBC Theatre. Parking is available in The Commons Garage.
-- From I-695, take Exit 12C (Wilkens Avenue) and continue one-half mile to the entrance of UMBC at the roundabout intersection of Wilkens Avenue and Hilltop Road. Turn left and follow signs to the UMBC Theatre. Parking is available in The Commons Garage.
-- Online campus map:

Images for Media
High resolution images for media are available online:
Images in this release by Enoch Chan and Lindsey Vait.

Baltimore Dance Project - Photo by Lindsey Vait

Posted by tmoore at January 20, 2010 2:10 PM