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Jacques’ Art Nest XX: Dances of the Heart, Music of the Soul

Jacques’ Art Nest XX: Dances of the Heart, Music of the Soul

Company:

National Dance Institute (NDI)

Location:

National Dance Institute Center for Learning & the Arts, 217 West 147th Street New York, NY 10039

Dates:

Monday, February 3, 2020 - 6:30pm

Tickets:

https://nationaldance.networkforgood.com/events/18070-jacques-art-nest-xx-dances-of-the-heart-music-from-the-soul

Company:
National Dance Institute (NDI)

WHAT:                

National Dance Institute (NDI), the non-profit arts education organization that has transformed the lives of millions of public school children through the arts, will host Jacques’ Art Nest XX: Dances of the Heart, Music of the Soul on Monday, February 3rd at the NDI Center in Harlem. Guests will experience an evening of heart-lifting music and dance with stellar guests, including Jazz and Soul Blues singer Vaneese Thomas, and luminaries of ballet Isabella Boylston, Ask la Cour, Teresa Reichlen, Daniel Ulbricht, and more to be announced! And as always, an appearance by the exuberant dancing children of NDI!

WHO:                  

Conceived and directed by NDI founder Jacques d’Amboise; Performances by Soul Blues singer Vaneese Thomas; American Ballet Theatre principal dancers Isabella Boylston and James Whiteside; New York City Ballet principal dancers Ask la Cour, Teresa Reichlen, and Daniel Ulbricht; New York City Ballet soloist Erica Pereira and the children of National Dance Institute.

WHERE:              

National Dance Institute Center for Learning & the Arts

217 West 147th Street New York, NY 10039

 

WHEN:                

Monday, February 3rd

6:30pm Cocktail Reception | 7:00pm Performance

 

TICKETS:              

Tickets start at $150.

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