Dear Colleagues & Friends

You are cordially invited to our 9th Annual International Conference on Dance Research to be held in Broward Florida, USA, November 8th – 12th, 2023. Venue: VK Dance Arena and Nova Southeastern University Performance Theater!

The theme to this year’s Congress is “Healing Through Dance”. This unique event showcases all forms of dance: ballet, modern, folklore, ballroom, oriental, therapeutic, Argentine Tango, Konpa, recreational, Salsa, contemporary, Bollywood, Hip-hop, Aerial Gymnastic revival and much more.

The congress is organized by the Hallandale Section of the International Dance Council “CID”, in collaboration with the Executive Secretariat of the CID. It is placed under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture, the National UNESCO Commission, as well as the Municipality of City Council.

We are looking forward toward your participation in supporting the International Art of Dance worldwide.

(Ballroom, Latin Social & Cultural Dance Educational Pilot Program for Children)


SUNDAY  Nov 12th, 2023


Dance Film Projection & Live-streaming Performances


6:30pm Live on: WWW.ETHNI.TV


Visit us: http//:
We are looking forward to your participation and financial Support
Hallandale Section of CID UNESCO Inc is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization












SDG – Quarterly Conversation – # 2 – June 19, 2021

Join me on Facebook LIVE for Pan African on Saturday, May 1, 4-5pm PST and Ka Hula on Wednesday May 5, 6-7pm PST in honor of Bay Area Dance Week. Whether you’ve attended classes or not, come and feel the rhythm of the African Diaspora and the calm breeze of the Hawaiian islands in Ka Hula. 
What you’ll need: 
Comfortable clothes
An area to move around in
and most important
All you need to do is let us know you’re coming show up on the Move: Spirit & Rhythm page.
See this Saturday. 



Evenings of Dance in Westchester


We invite you to Evenings of Dance in Westchester, a series of performances created by renowned choreographer Carole Alexis for Ballet des Amériques, the Westchester-based dance company that is quickly making a name for itself on the global stage. Featuring pieces from the company’s eclectic repertoire as well as new works, these Evenings are sure to delight dance aficionados, casual fans and those new to the art, revealing the brilliance of truly original choreography performed by spirited dancers.

April 17th at 5:30pm and at 7:30pm
April 18th at 2pm and at 4pm
May 15th at 5:30pm and at 7:30pm
May 16th at 2pm and at 4pm

Advance ticket purchase and registration is required, as audience size will be very limited for each performance. Please go to to purchase your tickets and register. Temperature checks at the door and the wearing of masks are mandatory. With 28 live performances over the course of the season so far, Ballet des Amériques is a leader in providing safe environments for audiences and performers alike.

For further information about this series, please write to or call 718-309-0437

Evenings of Dance in Westchester are made possible in part by a grant from ArtsWestchester with support from the Westchester County Government, by our generous donors and by Atout France/Martinique Tourism Authority.




Event:              San Pedro ♥ Festival of the Arts 2020

                        A free family Virtual event this year featuring DANCE

Where:                        ON LINE AT (USA and Worldwide)

                        or DIRECT FREE CLICK ON TAB AT TOP

When:             Sept 19 and 20, 2020- open for two weeks through Oct 4.

Admission:      FREE


About:             19 Curated diverse dances from 17 companies & studios: Akomi Dance, Alán L. Pérez, Barkin/Selissen Project, Brittany Woo, Cathartic Art, Degas Dance Studio, Emergence Dance Company, Emergent Dance Company, Jose Costas Contempo Ballet, Kairos Dance Company, Louise Reichlin & Dancers/LA Choreographers & Dancers, Mixed eMotion Theatrix, Pranamya Suri, Re:borN Dance Interactive, San Pedro City Ballet, Tonia Shimin, WestMet Classical Training + scenes of San Pedro.

Special feature:            Each piece will have a short introduction by the Artist, or an interview with Reichlin, or a short verbal introduction. Both programs are individual, with Program One/ Sept 19 seeming a little more family driven with dances created before the Pandemic, and Program Two/ Sept 20, a little more intense in subject matter, mostly with dances made during the Pandemic, but both with a diverse range. 

Sizzle reels: (program one), (program two)

Louise Reichlin, Festival Executive Producer & Dance Director     213-385-1171 info

Teacher Certification In
Now Offered Online!
Teacher Training Open House
This free event via ZOOM is your opportunity to meet Artistic Director
Lori Belilove and ask all your questions
Register Now!
Wednesday April 22nd, 2020 from 6:00- 7:00pm EST
Meeting ID provided after registration
Save your spot by emailing:
Online Teacher Training Workshop
May 24th – 28th, 2020
Join us for the first Online Teacher Training Workshop offered by The Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation.
The workshop is 5 days of training via ZOOM and other online platforms, and includes Isadora Duncan technique classes with Lori Belilove and senior company members, teacher training seminars, video screenings, observation of our online children’s classes, curriculum study, a virtual Metropolitan Museum of Art tour, lectures, discussions, closing circle and networking.
This workshop directly follows our celebrations of Isadora’s 143rd Birthday!
More details to come! If interested in registering contact
And keep dancing with us…
Livestream Classes on Instagram
Join us online for our Donation-based Isadora Duncan Technique Classes Livestreaming on Instagram taught by Senior Company Member Emily D’Angelo.
Wednesdays at 12pm EST
Saturdays at 2pm EST