Step Out for Bay Area Dance Week
Dancers’ Group invites dance enthusiasts throughout the Bay Area to discover a wide variety of free classes, performances, workshops, lecture demonstrations and more offered during the 19th Annual Bay Area Dance Week, April 21 to 30, in San Francisco.
The celebration kicks off at 12 p.m. on April 21 at San Francisco City Hall’s Rotunda with One Dance, a globetrotting dance sequence created and lead by Rhythm & Motion. Movers everywhere are invited to participate in One Dance by learning the sequence online, attending a live rehearsal or jumping in the day of the event. The kickoff event also includes a presentation of the 2017 Dancers’ Choice Award and the Della Davidson Prize.
From established company programs to one-time events, Bay Area Dance Week provides an opportunity for dance lovers of all ages and experience levels to take part in the many diverse movement styles, including Argentine tango, classical Indian, jazz, hip hop, ballet, traditional hula, fire dance, Samba, modern, Chinese classical, belly dance, aerial dance, West African, and Breema—a simple, natural form of touch and body movement. To experience Breema bodywork, visit the Breema Center online to learn about free events during Bay Area Dance Week.
Dancers’ Group is a membership organization that promotes the visibility and viability of dance in the Bay Area. Founded in 1982, Dancers’ Group supports the second largest dance community in the nation by providing programs and resources that help artists produce work, build audiences and connect with their peers and community.
For more information about Bay Area Dance Week, visit BayAreaNDW.org. To learn more about Dancers’ Group, visit DancersGroup.org. Breema Center location: 6076 Claremont Ave., Oakland. For more information, visit Breema.com.Edit ModuleShow Tags