JCE Pop-Up Class: Afro-Latin Jazz with Sekou Miller

JCE Pop-Up Class: Afro-Latin Jazz with Sekou Miller

  Intermediate Afro-Latin JazzTuesday, October 5, 2021, 6:00-7:15 p.m. (EDT) At the forefront of a new movement in dance, Sekou’s unique fusion style has an Afro-Caribbean and West African essence that is laced with many different dance techniques.  Sekou...
JCE Pop-Up Class: Theater Jazz with Lisa Biagini!

JCE Pop-Up Class: Theater Jazz with Lisa Biagini!

Photo: Jan La Salle   Advanced Beginner Theater Jazz July 1, 2021, 12:30-1:45 p.m. (EDT) Lisa’s style was profoundly influenced by her dad and first dance teacher, Tony Bevinetto. Born in New Orleans in the ’20s, he had a deep understanding of jazz...
JCE Pop-Up Class: Latin Fusion with Ashlé Dawson!

JCE Pop-Up Class: Latin Fusion with Ashlé Dawson!

  Advanced Beginner Latin Fusion Class Thursday, May 6th, 5:30-6:45 p.m. (EDT) Ashlé Dawson’s Latin Fusion style is a seamless blend of dance that unites traditional Latin, social, and ballroom influences met with a strong emphasis on commercial dance. Experience...
JCE Pop-Up Class: Jazz with Lizz Picini!

JCE Pop-Up Class: Jazz with Lizz Picini!

Int./Int. Adv. Jazz Class Wednesday, April 7th, 6:00-7:15 pm (EDT) Lizz Picini’s class will explore the grounded, athletic, powerful connection between Jazz and Musical Theatre, all while remaining motivated by music, storytelling, style and confidence! Her...
Jazz Dance: Show & Tell Fundraiser

Jazz Dance: Show & Tell Fundraiser

Photo: Jan La Salle Like many arts organizations in the U.S., we made the difficult decision to cancel our performances in 2020. The choreographers who were slated for our April show have been creating new dance videos during the pandemic. With your support, we can...
A Yoga Class with Jim Phillips to Benefit JCE

A Yoga Class with Jim Phillips to Benefit JCE

OPEN LEVEL CLASS Sunday, August 23rd, 4:30-5:30 (EDT) Yoga Narada® develops mobility and flexibility in the body while refining coordination, strength and the control to pass freely from one movement to the next. Shapes and positions are not held in static poses to...

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