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Portfolio: Roy Gumpel 

Last Updated: 05/27/2015 11:08 am
ROY GUMPEL
  • Roy Gumpel

On March 21, nine dance troupes performed at UPAC in Kingston at the 32nd annual Festival of Dance: Vanessa Van Wormer/Chamber Ballet Brockport, Dance Conservatory Performance Project, Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company, Energy Dance Company, Silver Screen Ballroom, Solas An Lae Irish american Dance Company, Syncopated City Dance Company, Ulster Ballet Company, and Zest Collective. Chronogram contributor Roy Gumpel captured the evening through his lens. More photographs at Chronogram.com.

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