non-profit organization provides an all-encompassing program of dance
as a vehicle for cultural creativity and artistic expression --
including salsa, tango, hip hop, B-boying, jazz, belly dance, samba,
zydeco, ballet and rhythm tap.
can empower individuals and communities. Theatre is a force that can
unite, uplift, teach, build communities, inspire and heal.
Dance is the hidden language of the soul."
– Martha Graham
Max Pollak, a 2008 fellow in Choreography from the New York Foundation of the Arts, is one of the most prestigious names on the international tap scene today. He is recognized worldwide for his highly individual style as the first person to merge authentic Afro-Cuban music and dance with American rhythm tap and body music to create RumbaTap.
Originator of Cuba's first tap festival, he has been teaching and performing there since 1998, and has worked with Los Muñequitos de Matanzas, Cuba's top-ranked Rumba group, Chucho Valdés, Lila Downs and jazz legends Ray Brown, Phil Woods, Paquito D'Rivera, Slide Hampton and Danilo Perez. On faculty at Sarah Lawrence College, he travels the world with his company and is about to release his first music CD: RumbaTap, featuring guest performances by Bobby Sanabria, Cyro Baptista and Pedrito Martinez..
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Debi Stone For an appointment call - 510-548-5379, 707-763-4165
Our Work Exchange Program is designed for dance students looking for an opportunity to take dance classes on a regular basis, but are financially unable to afford it. Job Description: Greeting clients, answering phonecalls, signing in and reconciliation of classes, commitment to a regular schedule, and light office work in exchange for dance classes. Download our Work Exchange Application and email to Megan Bumpus - email@example.com