Camerata to perform Haydn, Mozart worksSacred music has...


November 18, 1990|By Stephen Wigler

Camerata to perform Haydn, Mozart works

Sacred music has never had more widespread secular appeal than it does now. It is perhaps in response to that interest that the University of Maryland Baltimore County has this year inaugurated a new sacred music series. The Harmonia Sacra Series will continue Tuesday at 8 p.m. with a concert by the Maryland Camerata at the chapel of the Charlestown Retirement Community, 711 Maiden Choice Lane in Catonsville.

The Camerata's concert of works by Haydn and Mozart includes the latter's great "Coronation Mass" and Haydn's "Salve Regina" and "Ave Verum Corpus." Tickets, available at the door, are $7 and $5. For more information, call 455-2942.

Kinetics Dance Company will present a family-oriented program of modern ballet today at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. at the Smith Theatre at Howard Community College, Little Patuxent Parkway in Columbia. The repertoire includes humorous and educational narration as well as finished concert works.

The Howard County company will present Artistic Director Dorothy Fried's "Random Access" and Priscilla Barden's "Lunch Break" and "What Do You Do With the Pieces?"

The program is being presented as part of the Stage II performing arts series. Tickets are $5. Group rate tickets are $3.75. Call (301) 964-4900 for more information.

Kevin Brown Olympic Gold medalists Brian Boitano and Katarina Witt will perform at the Baltimore Arena with an international cast of world figure skating champions for one performance only at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

The two stars -- 1990 Emmy Award winners for their roles in the HBO movie "Carmen on Ice" -- will perform a selection from "Carmen," among other routines. Featuring large-scale production numbers as well as pairs and solo performances, the revue covers a variety of musical styles from Broadway to MTV.

Tickets are $35, $22.50 and $20, with half-price tickets for children 16 and under. They are available at the box office and at TicketCenter locations, or may be charged by phone by calling 481-6000.

Henry Scarupa

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