Latin dance, music at Meyerhoff Hey kids, there's more...


April 05, 2001|By Parijat Didolkar

Latin dance, music at Meyerhoff

Hey kids, there's more to America's Latin music/dance explosion than pop stars Ricky Martin and Enrique Inglesias. Get an earful and eyeful of the classical side of Latin American and Spanish music and dance at M-?BSOlM-i! at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Saturday. Spanish dancer Anna Menendez and flamenco guitarist Marija Temo join the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Venezuelan conductor Francisco Noya. Rheda Becker serves as narrator. Part of the BSO's Classically Kids Series, M-?BSOlM-i! is presented by the Sylvan Learning Foundation and is designed for families with children ages 7 to 12.

The concert begins at 11 a.m. at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, 1212 Cathedral St. Tickets are $11. Call 410-783-8000.

No yolk: egg contest at Broadway Market

What kind of eggs can you create? Scrambled? Sunny-side up? How about eggs with the American flag, a rainbow or a star-lighted sky on them? Win prizes for the largest, smallest, prettiest, funniest and most unusual Easter egg creations at the 10th annual Easter Egg Contest & Celebration next Wednesday at Broadway Market Square. In addition to the fun with eggs, magician John Carrington will perform illusions and tricks, and the Easter bunny will put in an appearance.

The celebration takes place at noon at the Broadway Market Square, Fells Point. Free. Call 410-342-1663.

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