Meet The Artist Series Syncopated Ladies

Syncopated Ladies is a Female Tap Dance Band from Los Angeles, CA created by EMMY AWARD NOMINATED, tap dancer and choreographer, Chloe Arnold, protege of Debbie Allen.

Syncopated Ladies’ viral videos have amassed over 100 million views. They have worked with Mega star Beyonce, FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance as the winner of the first dance crew battle, performed on Good Morning America, at the US OPEN, and they have also performed to sold-out audiences in their full-length concert, “Syncopated Ladies: Live!”

This is one Tapstravaganza you don’t want to miss!

This production can be a part of ArtPlay’s “A Day in the Arts” Initiative.  “A Day in the Arts” is an additional opportunity to explore the arts at UAB and lengthens your field trip.  Students may explore the visual arts from Abroms Engle Institute for the Visual Arts, hear another short performance and have lunch at the Alys Stephens Center.  Teachers also may receive a take home activity that aligns with the Alabama Course of Study.  We tailor these “extra” arts experiences to your school schedule.  Space is extremely limited for “A Day in the Arts”

Suggested Grades: 3rd – 12th
For questions about this event, please contact Julie Danley, jldanley@uab.edu.


This event is sponsored in part by 

The Beacon Foundation

This program is supported by the Alabama Arts License Tag Grant Program, which aims to promote the arts in Alabama, especially arts education, including visual arts, folk arts, and performing arts programming.

 

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