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Dance

Dare to Dream Big - Giving Young Dancers a Voice

 
 
Wed, May 24, 2017
  • 7:30PM
 
 
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RUN TIME: 1hr 30min
$48 General Admission; $150 VIP Seating and Ticket to Private Reception
 
 
 
This event is presented by The Brooklyn Arts. BAM house, ticketing, and membership policies may not apply. 
 
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Dare to Dream Big - Giving Young Dancers a Voice
Earl Mosley-Diversity of Dance

Presented by The Brooklyn Arts

“Never lose your talent to dream big.”
—Earl Mosley

Earl Mosley’s Diversity of Dance premieres a series of new works at BAM, plus a tribute to Public Advocate Letitia James choreographed by Mosley himself.

This New York-based nonprofit is composed of choreographers, dance educators, and students who strive for excellence in dance, creating a nurturing community where artists from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds achieve excellence through positive collaboration. Since the company’s inception in 1996, its members come to the stage with a sense of integrity and joy that stems from deep connections they have made through their classmates, teachers, and Diversity of Dance programs and workshops.

Learn more about Earl Mosley’s Diversity of Dance at EMIAdance.org.