NYC Speaker Candidate Forum Nov 28

The Future of NYC Culture and Arts: A conversation with New York City Council Speaker Candidates New Yorkers for Culture & Arts, SVA Theatre, and Dance/NYC invite you to find out what the candidates for NYC Council Speaker think about the current and future value and […] Read more »

As New York City lifts 91-year-old ban on dancing, Dance Parade celebrates “The Cabaret of Life”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:                                                                                                             Contact: Rebecca Myles Tel: 917-326-0802 Email:     NEW YORK CITY LIFTS ITS 91-YEAR-OLD BAN ON DANCING DANCE PARADE PRESENTS: “THE CABARET OF LIFE” “The healthy act of dancing should not be regulated but encouraged — We want to inspire all […] Read more »

Request for Proposal: Dance Parade Worldwide Website

Project Description: We seek to build an interactive, mobile-friendly and multi-lingual website in two months that will allow users to register for a Dance Parade in their country. Each city should have administrative access to view and edit the data in a relational database such […] Read more »

See Let’s Dance at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan

Let’s Dance Everyday! at CMOM— August 1-August 31, 2017 212 West 83rd Street, NYC (between Broadway and Columbus Avenue) Bounce, glide or leap to the Children’s Museum of Manhattan’s exciting exhibition/dance space designed to introduce children and families to the delights of dance! Celebrate the beauty, […] Read more »

Watch Dance Parade LIVE on NTD Television!

    Dance Parade New York welcomes NTD Television as a Media Partner for 2017.  The NTD group is top 3 in the world for video views with 5 billion across owned propoerties and enjoys the 11th most popular website in the United States. Click […] Read more »

Genre Buzz: The Melbourne Shuffle!

The Melbourne Shuffle (also known as Rocking or simply The Shuffle) is a rave and club dance that originated in the late 1980s in the underground rave music scene in Melbourne, Australia.[1] The basic movements in the dance are a fast heel-and-toe action with a […] Read more »

Genre Buzz: Litefeet

In each issue of steps we feature a new genre that will be featured in Dance Parade. This time we highlight “Litefeet” Litefeet also referred to as “getting lite” is a type of street dance / vernacular dance that emerged from Harlem and the Bronx, […] Read more »

Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Valerie, former dancer at Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

  How did you first find out about Dance Parade?   It was a dark and stormy night when I met Executive Director Greg Miller and first heard about Dance Parade.  At 5 Rhythms, his dancing and enthusiasm for his fellow dancers were contagious – […] Read more »