Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts to Host Free Virtual Holiday Dance Performance

By Tom McLaughlin

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts will host a free Zoom presentation of “Three Kings Day: Holiday Dances From Around the Spanish World,” a magical holiday tradition performed by the Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre. Registration is required.

The free performance, which continues a Rutgers–Camden tradition for the fourth consecutive year, will be broadcast from 10 to 10:45 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 10.

Viewers will be captivated by the performances of folkloric dances from Spain and swirling dances from Mexico and Ecuador.

“This experience is being offered free of charge as our thank you for the years of support we have received for our programs,” says Miranda Powell, arts education and community arts program assistant for the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts, who will offer an introduction prior to the performance. “It’s also a tribute to teachers for what they do for their students every day, especially during this difficult year.”

Reimagined for 2020, this year’s experience will be a hybrid of live performances and talks broadcast from studios throughout New Jersey, and beautifully prerecorded pieces that will help guests celebrate the holiday season – all while learning about the rich heritage of dance around the Spanish-speaking world.

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