Baltimore Choral Arts Society :

Leo Wanenchak

Assistant Conductor

Assistant Conductor Leo Wanenchak has been with the Baltimore Choral Arts Society since 2000. He performs as a keyboard artist throughout the Baltimore and Washington area. His playing has also taken him to many places in the United States including venues in New York City such as Carnegie Hall, The Riverside Church and Saint Thomas Church. Abroad, he has performed in Romania, Greece, France and Holland. Mr. Wanenchak has also been a featured artist for an NPR broadcast of "Pipe Dreams." In addition to being assistant conductor of BCAS, Mr. Wanenchak is also the Director of the "Larks" a women's singing ensemble, a community service project of the Junior League of Baltimore. In addition, he is on the faculty of the Peabody Preparatory Department, and he maintains a teaching studio in his Bolton Hill home.

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A Ruby Cabaret

Friday, April 07, 2017
6:30 PM • The Grand Lodge Ballroom in Hunt Valley


Baltimore Choral Arts Society presents our annual fundraiser, Ruby Cabaret.

As always, this will be an exceptional evening fill with sizzling performances, a delectable dinner, silent and live auctions, all to benefit Baltimore Choral Arts' education and outreach programs. This season’s Ruby Cabaret will feature New York cabaret singers Will & Anthony.


Photo by Anthony Grassetti

Ruby Cabaret will take place at the Grand Lodge Ballroom in Hunt Valley:

Grand Lodge Ballroom, 304 International Circle, Cockeysville, MD 21030

Please Note: Tickets will not be available for purchase at the event. Please call (410) 523-7070 ext 301 for ticket availability.


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Many thanks to our Presenting Sponsor 

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

for their generous support. 


Additional support for Ruby Cabaret provided by:


Legg Mason Global Asset Management

Tidewater Auctions


Wells Fargo






The voices rang out with resplendent confidence, and the sopranos had no apparent difficulty reaching the cruel and challenging high B's in the piece. The chorus's performance was the best part of the concert….the thunderous power of this unique masterpiece never fails to stir the blood, and the ovation was loud, long and well deserved.

— On Beethoven's Ninth with the Baltimore Symphony 2012
The Washington Post

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