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About Dancin’ Unlimited and Jazz Dance


Posted on January 15th, by DUJDC in Blog, News, Other. No Comments

OUR PURPOSE:

The mission of Dancin’ Unlimited is to promote, produce, and present jazz dance, a uniquely American art form, featuring artistic integrity that reflects innovative and original choreography with an eclectic program performed by professional dancers.

OUR VISION:

Out of dedication to the preservation and growth of jazz dance, Dancin’ Unlimited’s vision extends outwards, to give to audiences the opportunity to experience America’s indigenous dance form.

JAZZ DANCE:

Jazz dance, whose roots extend deep into the cultural soil of Louisiana, has traveled from the streets of New Orleans to Broadway to the concert stage.  Contemporary jazz dance is a powerful fusion of original jazz dance styles with other forms ranging from classical Ballet to popular street dance.  As a living history, jazz dance stems from the heart of a nation never at rest.  Kinetic yet fluid, technically acute yet hugely entertaining,  Jazz dance reflects the diversity of our nation and celebrates its energy.

 





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Dancin' Unlimited
Annual Performances:

January: Virginia Dance Coalition Dance Fest

March: Jazz & Tap Dance Festival

May: Dancin' on Broadway & Beyond

July: Artscape Baltimore

November: East Meets West International Dance Showcase

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