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New World School of the Arts Presents the COLLEGE SPRING DANCE CONCERT

New World School of the Arts Presents the COLLEGE SPRING DANCE CONCERT

This year's New World School of the Arts' College Spring Dance Concert will be an exciting and varied program, featuring the work of respected faculty choreographers as well as other world renowned choreographers including Robert Battle, Artistic Director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Company and Darshan Wing Bhuller.

When: April 24th, 25th and 26th, 7:30 p.m. - Sunday, April 27th, 2:00 p.m.

Where: New World Dance Theater. 25 Ne 2nd St, 8th floor, Miami, FL 33132

Admission: General admission is $12, students and seniors is $5. Tickets available at nwsa.mdc.ed. Information about the concert is available at 305.237.3341.

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The concert will present six dances in a variety of styles and moods, including the driving dance Rush Hour, choreographed by guest artist and Artistic Director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Company (and NWSA Dance alum) RobertBattle; a contemporary hip-hop work, P-Funk, by renowned choreographer Rennie Harris; a thought-provoking new work created on NWSA dancers by British choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller entitled 1914, which recently premiered during the Rising Stars showcase, commemorating the 100th anniversary of World War I; guest choreographer Ana Gonzalez, formerly of the Stephen Petronio Dance Company, has created a new work entitled Crowd Dynamic; NWSA modern faculty member Peter London will present a new work entitled Butterfly Behind Wall Street; and NWSA ballet faculty member Gerard Ebitz will present the moving contemporary ballet, Away.

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