From dance to music, comedy to film, The Gordon Center for Performing Arts is offering a wealth of interesting arts and cultural programs for the entire family. Buy your tickets now for these events. The Gordon Center is located at the Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC, which is an agency of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore.
Saturday, February 22
Company E: Contemporary Dance
Enjoy this special dance performance, featuring choreography by artists from six countries, including Israel and Spain. The program will also celebrate the world premiere of PULVER by renowned Italian choreographer Walter Matteini. Tickets are $24 in advance and $28 at the door. Learn more
Internationally-acclaimed Company E performs a modern interpretation of this children’s classic at the Gorden Center for Performing Arts. Towson University Community Dance joins the company for a family-friendly matinee. Tickets are $10 in advance; $12 at the door and seniors and JCC members receive 10 percent off. For information, go to jcc.org/gordon-center/family-entertainment/
Sunday, March 2
Experience beautiful dances from around the world including African step dance, Egyptian belly dancing, Flamenco and more! Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children, 12 and under. For information, go to jcc.org/gordon-center/gordon-center/. Tickets are $20 for adults; $10 for 12 and younger.
Sunday, March 9
Ideal for all ages, ETHEL offers fun, hip, engaging musical selections ranging from Brazilian Forró to South African Jazz. You’ll hear contemporary compositions from composers influenced by popular and folk traditions from around the world like Hollis Taylor (USA/Eastern Europe), Timo Alakotila (Finland), John King (Mississippi Delta/USA), Rodney Yazzie (Navajo Nation) and more. This is unique concert experience where the audience is absorbed in a sense of community and warmth in an inspired – and inspiring – intimate musical setting. Information is at jcc.org/gordon-center/family-entertainment/.
This year’s festival will feature three theme nights – one focusing on the Holocaust, another on Israeli/Palestinian relations, and a third on modern Israeli culture – in which three shorts will be shown before the full length feature. All screening events are followed by eminent guest speakers. Tickets are $12 per film in advance, $14 at the door. For a complete schedule, go to jcc.org/gordon-center/baltimore-jewish-film-festival/.