The Future of Dance Performance

Miami Dance Hub presents

'The Future of Dance Performance'

Miami Dance Hub hosted a forum discussion with national arts leaders on Wednesday, May 6th, 2020, discussing the rapidly changing landscape of dance and live performance. If you have been wondering “What now?” and want to hear how others are answering this question, then this conversation is one you will want to hear.

Miami Dance Hub is grateful to our fiscal sponsor Dance NOW! Miami. Please include “Miami Dance Hub” in the payment memo for your tax-deductible donation.


Find out more about the featured guest speakers:

© Hayim Heron

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Pamela Tatge
Executive and Artistic Director of Jacob's Pillow

© Beau Pearson

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Adam Sklute
Artistic Director of Ballet West

© Simon Soong

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Jennifer Kronenberg
Co-Founding Artistic Director of Dimensions Dance Theatre of Miami

© Igor Burlak Photography

Kevin Jenkins
Freelance Choreographer

© Maximillian Tortoricello Photography

Ben Needham-Wood
Smuin Dancer and Freelance Choreographer

COVID-19 Relief

In this time of social distancing and shelter-in-place orders, we can be thankful for our creative roots as "necessity is the mother of innovation” (Plato). Never have we been more in awe of our dance community for its originality in programming for fellow artists and audience members. Virtual classes are happening continuously, worldwide, by dancers from their own livings rooms; archival content is being shared generously to inspire those quarantined at home; inventive collaborations between choreographers and audiences are flourishing online despite in-person interactions fading away.  


Miami Dance Hub is making an on-going effort to provide links to organizations offering financial resources, educational tools, virtual classes, and streaming performances. Follow us on Instagram for in-the-moment updates on live classes and streaming performances. Again we look to you, our community, for synergy in collecting information. Please send your classes, performances, and resources to (or submit directly through our website HERE to add your content to our website.  

We are all artists-in-residence of our own homes so let’s make the best of it. Stay healthy, stay safe, and keep dancing!


Cameron Basden and Trisha Carter

Online Resources

Dancing Alone Together

In this unprecedented time of isolation, Dancing Alone Together aims to be a central resource for the digital dance world that is beginning to bloom.

Worldwide Ballet Class

Dance alone together.
Different teachers and dancers every day.

CLI Studios

#Keep Dancing Their advanced level Community Classes are designed to keep professional dancers (18+) around the world training!

Veyette Virtual Ballet School

VVBS went virtual before it was trending and offers private classes and mentoring.

Quenedit Online Dance Training

Founded by Miami City Ballet Principal Dancer, Carlos Quenedit, Quenedit Online Dance Training is a virtual ballet school where you can take private or group classes with some of the best dancers in the world.

Francisco Gella Dance Works

The technique trio: private instruction, group technique classes and dance workshops.

Support Local Dance

South Florida is home to several large and small-scale dance organizations who can greatly benefit from your support! Visit their websites to find out how you can help support dance in our community.


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