The Dance Of The Giglio Festival 2015 In Harlem (video)

gigolo festivalIf you weren’t able to join us in East Harlem for the Dance of the Giglio Festival 2015 on Sunday, August 9th 2015 honoring St. Anthony near Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, here’s a great video giving us a flavor of the event. Continue Reading →

PHILADANCO! and TU DANCE Free At SummerStage In Central Park

philadanca dance 2A fantastic grouping of the PHILADANCO! and TU DANCE companies at SummerStage in Central Park.

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HW Pick: Great American Dance Inaugural Screenings Announced

LCatM0vies200pxby200pxLincoln Center at the Movies, the new cinema series recently announced by Lincoln Center in partnership with Fathom Events, will open in fall 2015 with Great American Dance presenting performances by four of America’s leading companies. Continue Reading →

Up Close with CC Minton: Jody Watley Hits the Dance Floor at Lincoln Center

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Grammy Award winning artist Jody Watley took front and center stage at Lincoln Center’s Midsummer Nights Swing on Thursday, June 25, 2015.  The evening felt like a “Throwback Thursday” of the 80’s featuring disco, funk and the original and distinctive moves of a dance style known as Waacking.

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Harlem Burlesque Dancers, Harlem NY 1950’s

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There is not surprise that Harlem has some of the most beautiful and sexy women in the world and this image of  Harlem Burlesque Dancers, in Harlem NY from the 1950’s proves that.

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Sponsored Love: Gather Your Friends To Save On Ailey This Summer In 2015

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Gather Your Friends To Save On Ailey This Summer In 2015. Continue Reading →

Katherine Dunham’s Harlem Renaissance 1948 (videos)

hqdefaultIn 1948, Katherine Dunham opened and directed the Katherine Dunham School of Dance and Theatre near Times Square in New York City after her dance company was provided with rent-free studio space for three years by an admirer, Lee Shubert; it had an initial enrollment of 350 students.

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