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CLT Dance Weekend!
Concert
Date: February 15 - 16, 2013
Time: 8:00 pm

Location: Show map
Booth Playhouse
130 N. Tryon St.
Charlotte, NC 28202

Contact: Charlotte Dance Festival
Phone: 704-804-2731
Email: info@charlottedancefestival.org

The Charlotte Dance Festival is going back to its roots to bring you 2 days full of creative and unique dance on February 15 & 16.  Dance Charlotte! at the Booth Playhouse will feature professional local and national dance companies and choreographers and the CDF Repertory Ensemble performing a new work by Leah Cox from Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company.  CEDA (Charlotte Emerging Dance Awards) brings together area youth dance programs to perform and experience a professional festival atmosphere.

Dance Charlotte! Performers
2013 Dance Charlotte!
Caroline Calouche & Co.
Echo Contemporary
Lindsey Bramham Howie
Moveius Dance
PIHOS
Sapphire Moon Dance Company
Sherone Price
Vincent Thomas
Stephanie Milling / Von Howard Project (Live Musical Performances by Tomoko Deguchi and Kristen Wonderlich)

A variety of Dance Master Classes will take place on February 16 that will range from hip-hop, ballet, contemporary to Afro-fusion.




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