``An Evening at the Ballet'' features local sisters

NEIGHBORS

June 30, 1996|By Rosalie Falter | Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

IF YOU ENJOY classical ballet and contemporary masterpieces, you have the opportunity to attend a special performance featuring Adrienne and Ashley Canterna, local young ballerinas.

Ballet Master J. Anibal Macedo will present "Encore! (An Evening at the Ballet)" featuring the two sisters at 7 p.m. Friday in the Pascal Center for Performing Arts at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold.

Macedo will dance with Adrienne for three pieces and with Ashley for one piece. Both girls will perform solos.

After three years of training with Macedo, Ashley and Adrienne have won the regional titles of Petite and Junior Miss Dance Masters of America. They will represent Maryland, Washington, Virginia and West Virginia at the Dance Masters of America National Title Competition in New York City in July. Friday's performance will be a fund-raiser to pay for their trip.

"Encore!" will include two other solo dancers: Oscar Hawkins, a 22-year-old from Waldorf who attended the Kirov Ballet Academy in Washington, and 15-year-old Jodi Adkins, a promising young dancer from Gambrills.

Adrienne and Ashley have also been asked to dance in the July Fourth celebration of the Jazz World Congress dance convention at the Kennedy Center in Washington.

The sisters live in Linthicum with their parents, Sally and John Canterna, and two brothers, Andy and Tony.

Tickets for "Encore!" are $10 and can be purchased at the Edna Lee Dance Studio in Burwood Plaza, or by calling 242-4442.

Summer concerts in the park

The Woman's Club of Linthicum Heights kicks off its 16th season of Concerts in the Park at 6 p.m., Sunday in Linthicum Park on Benton Avenue.

Everyone is invited to sit under the canopy of trees and listen to New Orleans-style music performed by the Federal Jazz Commission. The group's repertoire includes rags, stomps, marches, blues, hymns, and one-steps -- all played New Orleans-style.

Sunday's performance is the first of six summer concerts sponsored by the club. Others are: the Patapsco Overlook Dixieland Band, July 14; Heimat-Echo (a German band), July 21; the Crabtowne Big Band, July 28; Grey, Green and Travers (country, bluegrass, variety). Concerts are at 6 p.m. and will be canceled in the event of rain.

Information: 859-3308 or 789-7546.

Pub Date: 6/30/96

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