CHICAGO, IL: 30th Anniversary RHYTHM WORLD Presents Time Bending Performances
Chicago Human Rhythm Project
The Chicago Human Rhythm Project’s (CHRP) 30TH ANNIVERSARY festival of American tap - RHYTHM WORLD - presents their 2nd and 3rd week performances at the Jazz Showcase, Black Legislators Auditorium at the DuSable Museum of African American History, and the Edlis Neeson Theater at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
RHYTHM WORLD is the oldest and largest festival of American tap dance in the world. Produced every summer, Rhythm World presents time-bending performances with leading foot-drummers and immersive education programs. Recognized internationally as the “mother ship” of American tap, Rhythm World has led the development of a global culture of more than 70 festivals in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia and South America.
Ticket prices range from FREE (Navy Pier Only) to $30 - $85 dollars, offering general admission as well as VIP seating at the Jazz Showcase and the MCA. The MCA VIP ticket option includes a post-performance reception on stage with artists, passed hors d'oeuvres, and libations.
All performances feature the Eric Hochberg Trio with Vijay Tellis-Nayak and Tim Mulvenna
2 Nights @ Jazz Showcase - 7 PM - $30 - $60
806 S Plymouth Ct, Chicago
Naomi Funaki Christina Carminucci
Caleb Teicher Ian Berg
Kaleena Miller Sarah Savelli
Ivery Wheeler Maurice Chestnut
JUBA! Masters of Tap and Percussive Dance: DuSable Museum - 7 PM - $30
740 E 56th Pl, Chicago
Naomi Funaki, Kaleena Miller, Caleb Teicher, Ivery Wheeler
plus performances by Youth Tap Ensemble Conference and the American Tap Conservatory
JUBA! Masters of Tap and Percussive Dance: MCA - 7 PM - $30 - $85
220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago
JUBA! Award Recipient Ted Louis Levy
Christina Carminucci, Ian Berg, Maurice Chestnut, Sarah Savelli
plus performances from the Choreographic Residency
Tickets $30 - $85
For more information about Rhythm World 30 programs and artists: https://chicagotap.org/rhythm-world/
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