The Cleveland Dance Festival takes inspiration from Tremont on November 5 and 6
The festival will feature lessons and performances by some of the country’s best dancers at Pilgrim Church.
Cleveland, it’s time to grab your tap dancing and head to Tremont for the Cleveland Dance Festival. Held on November 5 and 6, the annual event at Pilgrim Church will feature lessons and performances by some of the country’s top dancers. here
are three things to know before you dance the night away.
There is something for everyone. Participants will see dancers of different genres ranging from contemporary to hip-hop. “We wanted to give artists everywhere a platform to show off their talents,” explains Megan Gargano, Co-Artistic Director of Movement Project.
Getting involved is easy.
Whether you’re learning to dance or just honing certain skills, classes will be available throughout the festival. Masterclasses taught by professional dancers are available throughout the weekend ($ 16 for one class, $ 57 for four). “It’s a great way to get people out of the house, no matter what your level of dancer is,” says Gargano.
After spending the last 18 months trying to figure out the sequel, Gargano and the rest of the dance festival team are excited to provide resources to artists in the area. “Our goal is to give new and upcoming artists the visibility they need,” Gargano explains.