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A Taste of Dance Parade, April 8 at Dixon Place

A Taste of Dance Parade, April 8 at Dixon Place

Location:

Dixon Place, 161 Chrystie Street

Dates:

Sunday, April 8, 2018 - 7:00pm

Tickets:

www.danceparade.org

A  TASTE  OF  DANCE  PARADE
A sampling of companies that will appear at this year's Dance Parade
Sunday April 8 at 7 PM
Dixon Place, 161 Chrystie Street
Tickets: $50
Reservations: www.danceparade.org


Thousands of participants will be on hand for Dance Parade, a joyous celebration of dance to be held Saturday May 19th. A preview of just a few of the dancers and companies will take place on SUNDAY APRIL 8, 7 pm, at DIXON PLACE to kick off the celebration.

Like the Dance Parade, the April 8th evening at Dixon Place will include companies that demonstrate a wide variety of dance styles.  Featured ensembles include
* Demir Tasmagambetov (Indian Bharatanatyam)
* Angel Kaba and Dancers (Contemporary/Hip-Hop)
* Skin Dance Arts (Dance/Drama)
* Rhythm Locura (same-gender Salsa)
* Folk Dance Club Kaleidoscope (Slavic)
and more.

The Dance Parade this year will take place Saturday May 19th, with thousands of dancers on all levels and all styles of dance parading to celebrate the art that they love.  Dance styles include ballet, hip-hop, African, Asian-Indian, Bolivian, Brazilian, Chinese, Irish, Jamaican, lindy hope, roller disco, salsa, samba, Tahitian, tango, and more!   The joyous moving parade concludes in Tompkins Square Park, where four stages will be set up for a series of free performances.  
 

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