Baltimore Choral Arts Presents New York Cabaret Singer Christina Bianco in April Fundraiser

New York cabaret singer Christina Bianco will headline Baltimore Choral Arts' A Ruby Cabaret fundraiser on Friday, April 1 at 7 pm at the Grand Lodge Ballroom in Hunt Valley. Benefitting Baltimore Choral Arts' education and outreach programs, A Ruby Cabaret also features Music Director Tom Hall leading members of the Chamber Chorus, dinner prepared by Chef's Expressions, and a silent and live auction featuring unique gifts, entertainment, dining and getaways.

Described by Time Out New York as "a comic firecracker with a pyrotechnic voice," Christina Bianco is a regular fixture at New York City’s cabaret rooms and band venues. Frequently performing as a soloist for the Indianapolis Symphony in their show Mysterioso, Ms. Bianco also performs to sell-out crowds with the ‘New Orleans funk’ style band, Brother Joscephus, and is a lead female vocalist for the band Celebration with Jason-Craig Entertainment. Christina Bianco currently stars in the Off-Broadway show Newsical The Musical and she received a Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Supporting Role for her work in Forbidden Broadway Goes To Rehab. Other Off-Broadway credits include It Must Be Him, Tony and Tina’s Wedding, and Forbidden Broadway: Dances With The Stars. Classically trained at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Ms. Bianco has performed in over 40 theatrical productions across the country and her professional/NY credits include Rent, Candide, Pirates of Penzance, Evita and more.

Tickets for A Ruby Cabaret are $150 and are available through Baltimore Choral Arts at (410) 523-7070 or online at www.baltimorechoralarts.org.

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