A Ruby Cabaret – Baltimore Choral Arts Society

A Ruby Cabaret – Baltimore Choral Arts Society

Baltimore Choral Arts Society board president Richard Dellheim onstage with the Baltimore Choral Arts Society chamber chorus.

Pictured (LtoR) Leo Wanenchak, Baltimore Choral Arts Society assistant conductor; Michele Whelley, ‎M.L. Whelley Consulting principal; Rhea Feikin, MPT on-air personality; and Leslie Shepard, retired Baltimore School for the Arts director

Pictured (LtoR) Judy Phares, Baltimore philanthropist; John Marciari, The Morgan Library & Museum Head of the Department of Drawings and Prints; Julia Marciari Alexander, Walters Art Museum director; and Scott Phares, retired financial/technology executive.

Pictured (LtoR) Susan Rogers, Wells Fargo Private Bank senior vice president; Tony Brandon, WYPR president/general manager; and Richard Dellheim, Baltimore Choral Arts board chair

Pictured (LtoR) James Miller, event honorary chair; Tom Hall, Baltimore Choral Arts Society music director; Sylvia Brown, Eddie C. and C. Sylvia Brown Family Foundation co-founder; and Eddie Brown, Brown Capital Management, chairman/CEO.

Pictured (RtoL) David Morrison, retired government investigator; Berthe Ford, International Chinese Snuff Bottle Society president, Curt Decker, National Disability Rights Network executive director; and John Hendricks, St. Paul’s School Dean of the Arts

Mingling & Music (April 15, 2016) Fans and supporters of the Baltimore Choral Arts Society gathered at the Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley for BSA’s annual “Ruby Cabaret.” After a lively cocktail hour and dinner, the crowd was entertained with music by the BSA chamber chorus and New York cabaret singer Jennifer Sheehan.

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.