The New York Times
Dance Institute, Centered in Harlem
By Felicia R. Lee
For 35 years the National Dance Institute has been a gypsy, in the words of its founder, Jacques d’Amboise, the former New York City Ballet principal dancer. The institute rented and borrowed space here and there as it brought dance, performance and arts education to thousands of New York City public school students.
But its itinerant days are over, as exuberantly demonstrated on a recent fall afternoon by a group of children dancing ...
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