Dancewave in the Press

The Movement Introduces DANCE WITH A STAR Featuring Broadway Guest Teachers
The Movement, a nonprofit organization committed to making dance free and accessible to all, has announced a new dance series, Dance with a Star, featuring five Broadway guest dancers to teach FREE classes throughout New York City in March.

Dancewave Uses Movement to Promote Racial Equity Among Elementary Youth
Dancewave is expanding its innovative racial equity program to elementary youth. By integrating racially-explicit discussions with dance, the program supports students as they confront racism and engage in antiracist advocacy for upcoming generations.

Dancewave Champions Equitable Pre-Professional Training for Young NYC Artists with Free-Tuition Access Initiative
Dancewave celebrates a significant milestone announcing the launch of an equitable pre-professional dance training program model this fall. The 2021-2022 season will provide 25 talented young artists from underserved NYC public schools with tuition-free access to the Dancewave Company Program

Dancewave Connects Students with $13M in College Scholarships
A signature feature, DTCB connects students directly with the opportunity to audition for program admission and scholarship awards, Dancewave enables students and their families to audition for up to 60 top US and UK dance programs, saving thousands of dollars in admissions fees and travel expenses

Dancewave and Con Edison Co-Present 'Moving Together' Free Online Dance Classes for all
Both on- and offline, Moving Together is a hallmark community-wide event of Dancewave’s School & Community Programs, which brings dance residencies to public schools and senior citizen centers, reaching thousands of students of all ages, cultural backgrounds and abilities across all five NYC boroughs. Dancewave’s popular city-funded program expanded by over 25% this year.

Downtown Brooklyn Partnership chooses performance artists to rehearse at Cultural District plaza | Brooklyn Eagle
“By rethinking how we use public space, we can offer the cultural community a safe place to continue working, collaborating and producing the art that has made our neighborhood such a vibrant place to be over the years and for decades to come.”


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