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MEDFIELD – The Bellforge Arts Center will host a fall dance festival on Sunday, September 11.
The free event will showcase performances by professional companies, plus interactive workshops in a variety of dance forms and booths hosted by area studios, companies, and dancewear suppliers with information on classes, performances, and more.
The family-friendly event is open to all and runs from noon to 5 p.m.
12:00-12:45: BoSoma Dance Company performance (contemporary)
12:45-1:00: Irish step workshop with BoSoma
1:00-1:45: African fusion workshop with Simdaca
1:45-2:15: Festival Ballet Providence performance (classical ballet)
2:15-3:00: Choreographer and dancer Dr. Shriya Srinivasan, founder of of Anubhava Dance
Company , and Triveni School of Dance performances (Indian classical dance)
3:00-3:30: Ballroom dance workshop with 2x U.S. National Ballroom Showdance Champion
3:30-4:00: Hawaiian hula workshop with Etnia Fusion
4:00-4:30: Pantos Project Dance performance (contemporary)
4:30-5:00: Hip hop workshop with Mass Motion Dance
The Bellforge Dance Festival is sponsored in part by Pantos Project.
A variety of food options will be available for purchase during the afternoon.
information, or to apply for booth space if you are a dance studio, company, or dance-related
Bellforge Arts Centeris loated at 45 Hospital Road in Medfield, MA 02052
For directions and parking information, please visit bellforge.org/getting-here.
The Bellforge Dance Festival is one of many free concerts, festivals, and events organized by
Bellforge for the summer.
Attendees are invited to bring a blanket or lawn chair to enjoy this
For more information about the Bellforge Arts Center, including a schedule of
upcoming programs and events, please visit www.bellforge.org.
The Bellforge Arts Center is a new multi-arts complex being built on the grounds of the former Medfield State Hospital to support artists, expand cultural opportunities, and nurture the creative community. Bellforge currently offers outdoor concerts, festivals, and community events, along with over 200 miles of nature trails and outdoor recreation space. Once fully renovated, the center will also offer visual and performing arts studios, arts education, a 300-seat performance venue, and more.