Aspen Dance Connection

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    The ins and outs of ‘OUTSIDE/IN’

    By Raleigh Burleigh

    Sopris Sun Editor

    The pandemic saw the whole world turned inside out. In terms of performance arts like dance, this happened quite literally with companies taking their work outdoors to keep audiences safe. Now, with the outside turning in again, “OUTSIDE/IN” chooses to meld… read more →

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    Village of Peace, dances for water

    For 17 years, Rochelle Norwood has nurtured a parallel life in Ghana. She first discovered the Africana Dance Ensemble while studying abroad. Captivated by the energy of traditional African drumming and dance, she regularly introduced other foreign students at the University of Ghana to the troupe. Together they danced, drummed… read more →

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    Moving beyond abuse: ‘Expressive Journeys’

    Trigger warning: the following content touches on topics of sexual assault and abuse.

    Aspen Dance Connection is partnering with nonprofit the Empowered Voice to present “Expressive Journeys” at the Glenwood Vaudeville Revue on April 24 at 7 p.m. This artistic event is intended to amplify the voices of survivors of… read more →

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    Aspen Dance Connection hosts "Mr. Tap"

    Dance Aspen Connection hosted John “Mr. Tap” Williams (bottom left) for a weekend of events. The fun began with a performance at Sopris Lodge on April 8, together with Karen Kent (top left) of Aspen Dance Connection and Bailey Barnum and Jameson Osborne of Legacy Dance Company.

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