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The Norton Museum of Art is presenting the “Open Spaces / A Natural Movers Dance Performance Series” you will not want to miss. The performance is scheduled for Saturday, September 24, 2022, at 2:00 pm. The Norton Museum of Art is located at 1450 South Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach.

The series of dance performances presented by Natural Movers Foundation; Open Spaces is a site-specific showcase of dance artists. The annual performance provides this diverse group of professional artists with a platform to present their work while allowing the community to witness dance in new ways. This year's showcase features original choreography inspired by the Norton Museum of Art artworks.

Museum Galleries and Great Hall. Space is limited.

Schedule and…

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TV shows like Dancing with the Stars have encouraged Palm Beach County residents to spruce up their dance moves. Why not start with Beginner's Salsa Class with Soul Entertainment Art Your first class is FREE with online registration. Be surrounded by positive people in a friendly environment who are looking to learn and grow their Salsa dancing skills while creating significant connections! Salsa classes are every Tuesday between 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm.

The origins of salsa date back to the 1900s in Eastern Cuba. Salsa is a dance and a musical style with the deep Caribbean and African roots. It is immensely popular in almost all of Latin America, and among Latino communities in the United States. The salsa rhythm is widely recognized for being catchy,…

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When the original Fred Astaire Dance Studios opened on Park Avenue in New York City, it brought the glitz of Hollywood into the mainstream United States and onto suburban dance floors everywhere.   Fred Astaire Dance Studios are in cities across America, internationally, and here locally in Jupiter. The dance studios are expected to sustain the top standards of excellence as directed by the International Dance Council and Fred Astaire Dance Studios curriculum certification. 

Fred Astaire Dance Studios hosts exciting events across the country and around the world that can make your dance experience even more fun. Peruse the interactive events schedule for information on Regional, Inter-Regional, National, and International Pro-Am dance competitions.…

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With public health concerns remaining top-of-mind, many cultural organizations in The Palm Beaches are offering virtual programs for the whole family. If you're participating in virtual activities, consider supporting local Palm Beach County businesses who are still working hard for you! 

With the Kravis Center, Dreyfoos Highschool of the Arts, and many other world-renowned dance organizations in our area, some incredible studios are making sure people can participate in dance classes from home! Here are a few fantastic options.

Ballet Arts Dance Company: Virtual Dance Classes

The focus of  Ballet Arts Dance Company is to teach, train and guide students dancers towards a professional career while allowing them the privilege to work with…

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Check out one of the biggest dance weekends in the area in Palm Beach this weekend. Some of the biggest Names in Dance, Music and Much MORE.

When: Fri, Nov 16, 2018, 10:00 AM – Mon, Nov 19, 2018, 3:00 AM EST

Where: Hilton by The Palm Beach Airport 150 Australian Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33406

Click here for more information.

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West Palm Beach dancer and Alexander W. Dreyfoos High School of the Arts alumni Darius Hickman has made it as one of the top 4 finalists on the popular TV competition So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD).

As an aspiring professional dancer and now TV star, Hickman has worked extremely hard to make it this far. He began serious training in ballet and contemporary dance at BAK Middle School of the Arts in 8th grade, and fine-tuned his talent at the Florida School for Dance Education (FDSE) in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida after school. His discipline and refinement earned him acceptance into Palm Beach County’s prestigious Dreyfoos High School of the Arts, and he went on to be a Young Arts finalist as well as won 1st place for his contemporary work at…

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