Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Afro-Haitian workshop with Adia Tamar Whitaker, September 19-20

Choreographer Adia Tamar Whitaker
of Àṣẹ Dance Theatre Collective



Saturday and Sunday
September 19-20 (2pm-7pm)

380 Broadway, 5th Floor (at White Street), Manhattan

Arguably one of the most influential of the "ethnic" dance forms, Afro-Haitian dance has had a profound impact on hip hop, commercial dance, and a variety of modern dance forms.

Join award-winning choreographer, ethnographer, dancer, teacher, and all-around powerhouse, Adia Tamar Whitaker, and musicians from her award-winning dance company, Àṣẹ Dance Theatre Collective, for two intense, joyful days immersed in Afro-Haitian dance and music. 
Limited to 30 dancers. Tuition: $135 for the 8-hour intensive. Payment plans available. Low-cost housing for out-of-town participants available.

For more information and to register, click here.

TIPDI (The International Partner Dance Intensive) is a series of workshop weekends and extended dance camps for adult dancers, based in New York City. Our full TIPDI program is a cross-training intensive, where dancers 18 and older take daily, leveled classes in all six dance forms offered--Argentine Tango, Ballet, West Coast Swing, Modern, Salsa, and Afro-Haitian dance, taught by world-class instructors. Over the course of our first three years, we've welcomed dancers from 12 states and 11 countries, ranging in age from 20-70.

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