Outdoor Hip Hop Dance With Michael Diaz

When:
September 23, 2020 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
2020-09-23T17:00:00-04:00
2020-09-23T18:30:00-04:00
Where:
The Haus of Glitter Performance Lab
97 Admiral Street
Providence RI
Cost:
$13 single class / $50 series registration

Running weekly Wednesdays at 5:00pm from September 16th to October 14th! Outdoor classes are held at the Haus of Glitter Performance Lab + Parq at 97 Admiral Street, Providence, RI.

Register online to attend:
https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/ASP/main_enroll.asp?studioid=828614

“My class is more like a temple. My goal is to help dancers find out about their natural movements with the guide of some musicality and movement placement. I provide a move and you add the feeling.”

Key points of focus:
⁃ Dynamics
⁃ Textures
⁃ Emotions
⁃ Intricacy
⁃ Musically
⁃ Character
⁃ Patience

Born in the Dominican Republic, raised in Pawtucket RI, Nano felt in love with the arts of dancing at the age of 11 after watching the “Kiss Kiss” Music Video by Chris Brown. Nano attended Joseph Jenks Jr High in 8th and graduated 12th grade from JMW in Pawtucket, where he met Nikki Lee And Tovah Muro, two of his dance mentors that trained him in Ballet and Modern. Nano was really interested in advancing his Hip Hop skills, so Nikki brought him over to “Dancin Spirit” where he was offered a scholarship by Christine Atamian Bairos (Owner of Dancin’ Spirits) and also met Kelvin Fabian (Nanos’ Popping and Hip Hop mentor). After 4 years of training and traveling around the east coast doing numerous of competitions like, “Turnt It up and Star System” with Dancin Spirit, Nano decided to expanded his knowledge and joined “Liv3lihood” a dance crew founded at Thr3e Live Dance Complex in RI.

AS220 is proud to announce its partnership with The Historic Haus of Glitter Performance Lab + Parq (former Esek Hopkins Homestead + Park) as a satellite outdoor space for AS220 Dance + AS220 Youth programming. The Glitter Goddess Collective + Haus of Glitter Dance Company is known for their strong partnerships in our community; as well as their mission to decolonize creativity and create accessible space for healing, transformation, and Queer-Feminist-BIPOC-centered programming. This partnership would not be possible without the PARKIST Artist Residency with the Providence Parks Department & Department of Art+Culture+Tourism. For more information on the Glitter Goddess Collective and the Historic Haus of Glitter Performance Lab, check out: https://www.theglittergoddesscollective.org/magic/hausofglitterperformancelab