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Dance Masterclass with Sally Hong at Yale Schwarzman Center

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Dance Masterclass with Sally Hong at Yale Schwarzman Center

Time: December 3, 2023 from 11am to 12:30pm
Location: The Dance Studio at Yale Schwarzman Center
Street: 168 Grove Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: https://yaleconnect.yale.edu/…
Event Type: dance, class
Organized By: Natalie King
Latest Activity: Nov 28, 2023

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Dance Masterclass series brings local and visiting dance artists to YSC to teach Sunday masterclasses in jazz, hip hop, salsa, modern, contemporary, precision dance and more! All community members of any dance level are welcome.

Registration is required. Please visit https://yaleconnect.yale.edu/SchwarzmanCenter/rsvp_boot?id=2259045 to register.

This Masterclass:
Sally Hong was a Radio City Rockette for six seasons. She performed on Broadway in Flower Drum Song and in the National Tours of The King and I, Flower Drum Song (Dance Captain), and 42nd St. She has taught in studios and schools nationwide — currently at Sacred Heart University — and was one of the first to teach The Rockette Experience at Radio City. She served as Tap Choreographer for Trumbull High School, contributing to their production winning the Halo Awards for Best Supporting Actor, Best Actress, two Dance Molinari Scholarships, and Best Classical Musical. While in the capacity as Dance Director for Notre Dame Catholic High School, Sally secured multiple grants fulfilling her dream to introduce groups of students to Broadway shows and take workshops from cast members. Sally is a co-founder of Rockettes of Color Alumnae and is passionate about diversifying the line for multiple colors to be represented. One of the projects that came from her collaboration with Radio City is the article on their website featuring her for AAPI Heritage Month:
https://www.rockettes.com/blog/celebrating-asian-american-and-pacific-islander-heritage-month. Most recently, she was elected Rockette Alumnae Association 2nd Vice President. Sally has test-solved for Penny Press and Dell Magazines for 17 years.

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