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Sunday, October 16, 2011

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* NYC Bhangra (Indian Bhangra)

* Strictly Tango NYC (Argentinian Tango)

* Anabella Lenzu/Dance Drama (Contemporary)

* Kaina Quenga (Hula Dance)

* 10tecomai (Japanese Yosakoi)

* HoSun Kang & Karen Kriegel of KTMDI (Korean Traditional)

* Ring O' Bells (Morris Dancing)

Saturday, October 22

12:00 pm & 4:00 pm

Sunday, October 23

12:00 pm & 4:00 pm

Performed among the trees, lakes and carriage paths of Green-Wood, and framed by the radiant light of the autumn sky, this celebration of world dance illuminates the many cultures and traditions reflected in those who’ve made Green-Wood their final resting place. Visitors will stroll through New York's only rural cemetery -- one of the city's hidden gems -- to experience a myriad of dance vignettes set against the backdrop of Green-Wood's natural beauty and 173 years of history.

Expect a wonderful variety of dance companies that will represent the different cultures Dance Parade New York showcases year after year! The landmark event will highlight seven of the historical stories of Green-Wood by linking them to seven cultural dances (Angentinian Tango, Korean, American Contemporary, Japanese, Hawaiian, Morris and Indian Bhangra. There are two performances each day, one at noon and one at 4:00pm.

Starting at Green-Wood's 1861 Richard Upjohn gothic arch (25th St. and 5th Ave in Brooklyn), each performance will involve the audience in a leisurely walk of between ninety minutes and two hours, graced by dance encounters marking some of Green-Wood's most breathtaking vistas above the harbor, overlooking the Statue of Liberty.



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