NAfro Dance, Moving Inspirations Dance Festival, Nov 1 2012, Sean McLeod

Workshop –Dance Class Open to the Public

5pm
Sean McLeod

NYIDE (New York)

New York Institute of Dance Education

Sean McLeod is the President of the New York Institute of Dance and Education, Executive Producer of the Global Dance Initiative, Lead Facilitator for Reaching for Higher Ground Consulting, and recipient of the New York Senate Liberty Award and the coveted Jefferson Award for Public Service to America. The Sean McLeod Dance Experience (SMDEx) is the performance company of the Kaleidoscope Dance Theatre who’s focus is delivering principals and life changing tools through movement. The Kaleidoscope Dance Theatre (KDT) is a professional dance company whose work has spanned 20 years. KDT’s mission is to illustrate through dance the abundant resources and enrichment that minorities and people of color bring to our lives and communities. The Company, founded by Sean McLeod, works from Auburn and New York City and has toured professionally to major cities across the US, and internationally to the West Indies, Europe, and Africa.

MT AFRO HIP HOP! (Open to all: Thursday at 5:00 to 6:30pm)
MT Afro Hip Hop is a dynamic style of Hip Hop dance developed by American Choreographer, Sean McLeod. MT Afro Hip Hop combines the soul of traditional African dance, with the groove and freedom of Urban Social Dance. This exhilarating class includes traditional Jazz and Street Dance styles, and creates a strong groove based from rhythm and timing. With easy to understand instruction, this arm shaping, abdominal working, booty shaking class will help you enjoy getting healthy! The class was created at the New York Institute of Dance and Education.

Sean McLeod workin it

 

 

 

 

 

Zab Maboungou, Kevin Ormsby, and Vivine Scarlett bust up laughing about Sean’s description of Hip Hop culture and male female relations.

 

 

 

 

Sean McLeod teaches a MT Afro Hip Hop Class

 

Sean at the Dance mirrors

 

 

 

MT Afro Hip Hop class. Sean McLeod

 

 

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