NJ Tap Dance Ensemble Founder Deborah Mitchell Honored at Tapology Weekend

Tapology’s annual Dance Festival for Youth, a three-day event featuring dance workshops for youth and adults, a tap competition, historical presentation, honorary luncheon, and concert, is set for October 25 to 28 at the Flint Institute of Music’s Cultural Center Campus, 1025 E. Kearsley Street, Flint, Michigan.

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Dance Festival Next Month in Anaheim

A gala performance, dance workshops, and a dance photo exhibition are among the attractions planned at the 2011 Anaheim International Dance Festival from August 12 to 14 in Anaheim, California. The festival will be presented by Anaheim Ballet and Chapman University, in association with Youth America Grand Prix.

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Best of Modern Dance Finds its Way to North Carolina This Summer

The American Dance Festival (ADF), encouraging the creation of new and innovative modern works while also preserving modern dance heritage through the continued presentation of timeless dance classics, will present Something New, Something Treasured from June 9 to July 23 in Durham, North Carolina.

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Dance Place Showcases DC-Area Youth Performing Groups

Dance Place collaborates with several local dance organizations to present the Youth Dance Festival, an evening showcasing the next generation of artistic excellence, March 19 at 8:00 p.m. and March 20 at 4:00 p.m.

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Dance Community Welcomes New Choreographers at BAX

BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange welcomes a new group of dancers and choreographers into New York City’s dance community with a two-day showcase, the Upstart Festival, curated by choreographer Shannon Hummel, founder/director of Cora Dance, and Marya Warshaw, founding and executive director of BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange.

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Workshops Galore at Massachusetts Dance Festival

A full roster of workshop offerings has been announced for the Massachusetts Dance Festival on the last two weekends in August. Each workshop will be held on the designated day on both weekends, August 21-22 in Boston and August 28-29 in Amherst.

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