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Vanaver Caravan's 2018 DanceFest! in the Hudson Valley - Feb. 10 

click to enlarge Rowan Willigan and Leighann Kowalsky of the D’Amby Project.
  • Rowan Willigan and Leighann Kowalsky of the D’Amby Project.

On February 10, distinguished dance and music troupe Vanaver Caravan will host their 27th annual DanceFest!, a celebration of dance in all its diverse expressions, from classical ballet to Flamenco and modern dance. The dynamic event will showcase performers of all ages from 11 of the Hudson Valley's premiere dance studios, including the New York Academy of Ballet, Hudson River Performing Arts, the Dutchess Dance Company, and D'Amby Project. Dream Studio, a new addition to the DanceFest! roster, will perform "Interactions," a contemporary work representing the push-and-pull of human relationships. DanceFest! takes place at Rondout Valley High School on February 10, with shows at 3pm and 7pm. Proceeds will support Vanaver Caravan's arts education. (845) 256-9300.


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