Ja’bowen Dixon Hosts Dimo’s And The Downbeat
Be sure to check out this open tap jam at Dimos pizza wicker park.
Come to jam or come to just watch and eat.
-No age limit
Street parking available.
Donyella Jackson’s Turning 17
To Celebrate, We Are Having A
If You Love Tap, Love Jams And/Or Just Love Donyella
Then Join Us @ 2pm
Harold Washington Cultural Center
4701 S. King Dr. Chicago, IL 60607
(Use 47th St. Entrance)
Come Jam, Watch Or Do BOTH
Refreshments Will Be Served
Donnetta “Lil Bit” Jackson Is Turning 25 And We Are Celebrating With A Tap Jam
- And Maybe Even A Footwork Cypher…
We Are Also Celebrating The Birthdays Of Devin Mosely & Alexandrya Fryson
So Bring Your Positive Energy, Your Appetite For Dance & Plenty Of Gifts!
The world famous Carnival Choreographer’s Ball returns to Chicago on Wednesday, October 15th! Come see an amazing show put on by some of the Midwest’s hottest dancers and choreographers! It will be a night of dancing, music, and supporting our dance community!
Featuring the works of:
Hip Hop ConnXion HQ
Star Dixon (Feat. Donnetta Jackson & Tristan Bruns)
The Kate Jablonski Statement
Mary Vo Projects
Eddie “Pause” Martin Jr. (Feat. Donnetta Jackson)
Kris “Mrxkloosive” Bellvie
Monternez Rezell ft. Movement Revolution
The Ladies in Lace
FALL INTO DANCE
Friday, October 10, 2014 5:30-9
Join the partners of the American Rhythm Center on Friday, October 10 for a series of mini class samples! During this time participants will be have the opportunity to try out some of the ARCs favorite classes including Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, and more!
Free Class Schedule:
5:30-5:50: Nia with Deborah Darr
5:30-5:50: Jazz with Darling Shear
6:00-7:00: Mad Haus with Monica Morris
6:00-8:00: Improv Jam with J. Lindsay Brown
7:00-7:20: Body Drumming with Lane Alexander
7:30-7:50: Improvization 101 with Bril Barrett
7:30-7:50: Hip Hop with Geena Williams
#FREE #Fun #OpenToThePublic #SeeYouOnTheWood #ImprovToImprove #RespectTheDance
Jumaane Taylor w/ Ernest Dawkins Quartet
@ Hyde Park Jazz Festival
1414 E.59th St.
Saturday, September 27th
A saxophonist, composer, and founder of the Englewood Jazz Festival, ERNEST DAWKINS is a former president of the AACM and founder and leader of New Horizons Ensemble. An internationally known saxophonist, Ernest also composed music for the documentary film, Malcolm, and was commissioned to write a three-piece suite honoring Rahsaan Roland Kirk for the King Arts Complex in Columbus, Ohio. Joining Ernest on alto sax are DENNIS LUXION, piano; JUNIUS PAUL, bass; ISAIAH SPENCER, drums and JUMAANE TAYLOR, taps.