Peter London Global Dance Company Set to Perform High-Energy Program Celebrating Dance and Music of Africa, the Caribbean, and the Americas
The Peter London Global Dance Company (PLGDC), Miami’s iconic contemporary dance company, returns to St. John’s on the Lake on April 7 for Miami Beach Global Dance Night. Set in the beautiful and intimate St. John’s on the Lake church, the program celebrates the high-octane and visceral energy of dance and music from North and South America, Africa, and the Caribbean, transformed by contemporary and classical dance techniques into a virtuosic show of raw human physicality and passion. The one-time performance is from 7:00 to 8:15 pm on Saturday, April 7 at St. John’s on the Lake, 4760 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach, 33140.
The program features dances choreographed by professional dancers as well as choreographers who call Miami home while working internationally with some of the world’s legendary dance companies like Martha Graham, Alvin Ailey, and Ballet Hispanico. The works include Cuban Sugar, choreographed by Melissa Fernandez; A Folks Tale by Alvin Ailey’s Jamar Roberts; Chariot by Gentry Isaiah George; Every Day is February by Kashia Kancey, and Atlantic Journey and Colombiana by Peter London.
General admission for Miami Beach Global Night of Dance featuring the Peter London Global Dance Company is $20; seniors and students with valid ID, $15. Tickets can be purchased online through Eventbrite at www.plgdc.org, or at the door between 5:30 and 6:45 pm.
About Peter London Global Dance Company
The Peter London Global Dance Company, Inc. was created to realize the artistic vision of Peter London, founder, artistic director, and choreographer. The company celebrates and shares the rich and diverse cultural heritage with people of all ages, ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds while increasing awareness of our cultural similarities, global dance and music traditions. The company exists to create new works by Peter London, and perform these works throughout our community of South Florida, and globally, and to educate and train local dancers and present new works by local choreographers who have not traditionally had the opportunity to fully and professionally realize their tremendous talents and gifts. Visit www.plgdc.org