Movement of the People Dance Concert

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 7995 Georgia Ave Silver Spring MD 20910  See map

So much more than a recital, and definitely not your average kids show, the CMI Pre-Professional Company packs a powerful punch into one explosive evening. In a demonstration of astounding versatility, Company dancers showcase their talents in hip hop, contemporary, modern, jazz, and tap, premiering new works by Stephanie Jojokian, Nicole Klett, Shontal Snider, Jenna Stegmann, and Chris “Skipp” Williams. Special treats included choreography by SYTYCD Season 4 Winner - Joshua Allen, ABDC dancer - Laura Edwards, and international phenom - Luam, who have all toured the world spreading their love for dance.

Make An Impact - The Golden Ticket Project. Consider donating a ticket or two to local underprivileged children who don't have the means to enjoy the arts. By donating a simple $25.00 ticket, you can open doors to dreams and inspire the next generation of budding artists.

At Capitol Movement, Inc. (CMI) the mission is to build better lives through dance. CMI strives to provide programs and opportunities for all, despite socioeconomic barriers, by offering traveling classrooms for schools and community partners in need of arts education programming. Assistance is provided to young people from economically disadvantaged backgrounds via dance scholarship programs as well as training at CMI summer camp intensives, annual conventions, and outreach classes. Capitol Movement strives to make it possible for all residents of the DC Metropolitan area to participate in and patronize the arts. Learn more about Capitol Movement, Inc. at www.capitolmovement.org and follow on Twitter (@CapitolMovement) and on Facebook.


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