Let Students See How Bright They Can Shine
Baltimore Dance Crews Project is known for their skill to develop Baltimore youth. BDCP develops a culture of family and constant learning that would be beneficial in any child looking to stay on the right track. With the guidance of the BDCP community and dancing with a revolving door of outstanding choreographers, the youth are transformed into leaders and performers.
Even if the child or young adult has little to no experience dancing please let them considering trying out in the dance audition. The rewards outweigh the risk and you will be amazed at how a child can transform under the Baltimore Dance Crews Project.
Help a child’s passion and pass this to teachers, students, parents, guardians, family members, or any aspiring kid you see on Youtube.
Let them see how bright they can shine.
The Baltimore Dance Crews Project is welcoming all middle and high school students interested becoming a BDCP Junior to Fall Auditions on November 17th. Elementary students are accepted on case by case basis.
BDCP Juniors have been recognized as examples to Baltimore City students for balancing their love of urban dance and academics. They have toured colleges and have shared the stage with some of the most respected urban dance groups across the East Coast. Most recently, the Juniors have been acknowledged by city education leaders at the Baltimore Educational Equity Summit hosted by Teach For America where they shared the same stage as Governor Martin O’Malley, Walter Isaacson, Senator Barbara Mikulski, and Wes Moore.
Urban dance training with the BDCP family pushes students to continually set higher expectations in themselves – physically, mentally, and academically.
“This is more than a club, this is a lifestyle.”
BDCP Junior Alumnus, Shay Tate 12′
9:45 AM – Registration
10:15 AM – Welcome and Warm-up
10:30 AM – Learn Audition Piece
11:30 PM – Auditions
1:00 PM – Stay for workshops
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