Afro Flow Yoga® is not just another wellness trend. Pilin Anice, who has been teaching this unique class since 2011, knows exactly what she is doing as she invites a good 40 New Yorkers to breathe and move to the live drums, vocals, and flute in the sunny studio at Alvin Ailey.
CelloPointe unites high-quality chamber music with sensible choreographies in a unique concert setting that makes music and dance blossom together.
“When dancers just do steps, it’s too perfect. I want dancers to show who they are as individuals, to get a little dirty. It’s about taking risks to find out who you are.” – Mia Michaels.
Nia and Ness, a dancer/poet duo based in Brooklyn, tell the story of their daily experiences as a black lesbian couple on stage. Their performances are just as powerful as they are vulnerable, and allow other members of their community—black lesbian women, people of color, LGBTQ+, to see themselves reflected in their story.
Internationally renowned tap dance master Barbara Duffy from New York City has just published her book Tap Into Improv: A Guide to Tap Dance Improvisation, which the tap world has waited for with great anticipation.
Do you want to go bigger and further in your career than ever before? Need a place to get exposure in the professional world but don’t know where to start?
Megan Jane Dance Tours is an exciting opportunity for all young dancers wanting overseas dance exposure. Megan Jane Dal Santo, the director and founder of the tour is a Melbourne country girl born and bred, but has lived in New York. She has created a dance tour for all young students who want that ‘big apple’ experience.