Social Dance with Tim Edwards & Maleek Washington, Camille A. Brown & Dancers

Date

May 04 2020

Time

EDT
2:00 pm

Labels

Instagram Live

Cost

Free
DETAILS:

Join Tim Edwards & Maleek Washington from Camille A. Brown & Dancers for a Social Dance class! This class will be on Instagram Live at @camilleabrown

Maleek Washington is a native New Yorker from the Bronx. He began his studies at Harlem School of The Arts, Broadway Dance Center and LaGuardia High School for Performing Arts. He received a full scholarship to continue his education at The Boston Conservatory, and soon after he began dancing professionally. First he danced for CityDance Ensemble (Washington DC), where he worked with Paul Taylor, Kate Weare, and Alex Neoral. He’s performed in over 10 countries worldwide and performed at notorious national locations including The White House, the John F. Kennedy Center and Jacob’s Pillow. Maleek later moved back to New York City to collaborate with McArthur Genius awardee, Kyle Abraham, and his company Abraham.in.Motion (A.I.M.) for four seasons. Presently, Maleek is the first African American male performing in the immersive show Sleep No More. After signing to CESD talent agency, Maleek has performed for musical sensation Sia on Good Morning America, and for Rhianna for an immersive experience for her AntiDiary Campaign. Maleek is proud to be on faculty at the Joffrey Ballet School’s Jazz and Contemporary program, and is a guest teacher at Broadway Dance Center, Gibney Dance, Peridance, New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, and CityDance Conservatory (Bethesda, MD).

Dancer, Choreographer and Teacher Timothy Edwards, a Hawaii native, began his journey into dance at the age of fourteen when he stepped in his first dance class, African dance. From that day on his teacher, Desiree Kramer, would give him the tools and inspiration to pursue his new found dance dream.


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