Last week, students at Robert Russa Moton Elementary had the amazing opportunity to be part of a workshop led by Ballet Hispanico Company members.
The workshop was a great change of pace during a week of testing, and a great experience for young artists who not only learned about communicating through movement but also got a glimpse into what it is like to be a traveling performing dancer. Ballet Hispanico is known for their work in communities and the dancers who came to Robert Russa Moton Elementary to work with the students showed a great deal of love and passion for working with young kids. We are grateful to have been able to bring such a wonderful group of professional artists to work with our students.
The workshop was made possible by South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center in collaboration with Thomas Armour Youth Ballet.
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