BSO benefits nonprofits

ARTS NOTES

December 27, 1992|By Linell Smith | Linell Smith,Staff Writer

Ten local nonprofit organizations received a total of $24,815 from the recent All-Baltimore concert by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

Each group that was part of the benefit received full value of the tickets it sold. A total of 2,243 tickets were sold by: Chesapeake AIDS Foundation Inc.; Friends of the Family; the Fund for Educational Excellence; Lois J. Wright Memorial Concert Series Inc.; Maryland Associates for Dyslexic Adults and Youth Inc.; Women's Housing Coalition; the League for the Handicapped; the Holocaust & War Victims Tracing & Information Center (American Red Cross); Northwest Baltimore Corporation, and the Schapiro Training and Employment Program.

The All-Baltimore concert was created by the BSO in 1986 through a $1 million endowment gift from Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.

Discount tickets

A limited number of discount tickets for "A Moon for the Misbegotten," the next production at Center Stage, go on sale at 10 a.m. Tuesday as part of the theater's Pay-What-You-Can program. The tickets are for shows at 8 p.m. Jan. 5 and at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 10.

The Pay-What-You-Can program, begun in 1988, enables people to buy tickets for selected performances of every Center Stage production at whatever price they can afford.

These tickets must be purchased in person at the box office with cash or check. Due to the popularity of the program, there is a limit of four tickets per person. Call (410) 332-0033.

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