Career Transition For Dancers' WINTER HEAT Latin Dance Party Now Set for 3/10
There is a New Date for Career Transition For Dancers WINTER HEAT Latin Dance Party to be held on Monday, March 10th, 2014 at the beautiful Edison Ballroom (240 West 47 Street NYC). Sponsored by Rolex Watch USA, the benefit includes cocktails & hors d'oeuvres at 7:00 pm, a three-course sit-down dinner at 8:00pm, an open bar, and dancing to the sounds of Louis Bauzo and the Havana San Juan Orchestra. There will also be a Latin dance lesson and demonstration by Arthur Murray Dance Center Columbus Circle. This annual event is a special Benefit Dinner that supports the multifaceted life span of dancers. Whether performing, creating choreography, starting a business, or leaving the dance world altogether, the goals are to raise funds to ensure positive futures for these talented artists. The dress code is 'Whatever Makes You Dance.' This fun-filled evening of Latin entertainment will capture the glamour of a sophisticated Manhattan supper club with a beautiful dance floor and food and drink to warm up the winter night.
Career Transition For Dancers, founded in 1985, enables dancers to define their career possibilities and develop skills necessary to excel in post-performance professions. With offices in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and a mobile National Outreach Project, the organization has provided over 60,000 hours of individual and group counseling, with a dollar value of over $6 million and awarded millions of dollars in educational and entrepreneurial grants. Outside of the organization's 5,800 active clients, the organization has helped thousands of dancers throughout the USA take their first steps towards discovering rewarding post-performance careers. To learn more about the organization and interact with the services it provides online, please visit www.careertransition.org.
The Benefit Chairs are Janice Becker, Mercedes Ellington, Michele Riggi and Maria Yang. The Benefit Committee members are American Guild of Musical Artists AFL-CIO, Alexander J. Dubé, Cynthia G. Fischer, Esq., Nancy S. MacMillan, Susan Wicht, and Misty Widelitz (in formation).
Tickets are $300 for open seating (including open bar, dinner, dancing & entertainment) and $500 for Benefactor premier seating. Special Angel premier tables for 12 close to the dance floor are $5,000; Champion preferred seating for 10 is $3,000. For information please call 212 764 0172 x226.