The Salvatore LaRussa Dance Theater (SLDT) – The Academy will be hosting the fifth-annual Free Sunday Arts Performances series in their Middle Village studio, located at 66-85 73rd Pl., in June.
During the Free Sunday Arts Performances, sponsored by Queens Council on the Arts, SLDT will showcase six emerging New York City choreographers and dance companies. The performances will be held on June 7 and 14 at 5 p.m. and are open to the general public.
Established in 2003, SLDT is a nonprofit organization that aims to offer professional dance instruction and arts education to a diverse income area that is lacking in arts, cultural and community activity.
SLDT – The Academy serves as a permanent home for the Salvatore LaRussa Dance Company, allowing it to better the artistic, creative and educational needs of the Queens and Brooklyn communities. The Academy is a long-term, innovative, exploratory learning center for children, parents and adults that will bring the joy of dance to the community.
The Academy teaches the art of ballet and modern dance. In addition, it fosters opportunities for active and healthier lifestyles by engaging the community with alternative recreational activities, such as creative movement classes for young children, as well as dance and theater classes for all ages.
All classes are taught by SLDT dance company members, as well as professionals from the New York City dance and theater communities.
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