Free dance performance in San Francisco this Friday

Rotunda Dance Series:
Scott Wells & Dancers
Friday, September 1 at Noon
San Francisco City Hall
Free

The fall season of the Rotunda Dance Series opens with a contact improvisation performance by Scott Wells & Dancers. Known for its athletic style, the company will presentThe body is not waiting as part of the lead-up to its 25th Anniversary Season performances in December.

The Rotunda Series continues through the end of this year:

The Rotunda Dance Series brings the Bay Area’s most celebrated dance companies to San Francisco City Hall for free monthly noontime performances and is presented by Dancers’ Group and World Arts West, in partnership with Grants for the Arts and San Francisco City Hall.

Save the dates!
BITEZO BIA KONGO / Photo by RJ Muna

Be a part of our 40th Anniversary Celebration from the beginning of the season—join us for the Festival Auditions!

The atmosphere is casual, but the performances are first-rate as the finest dance companies based in Northern California present a wide variety of dances and music from around the world, hoping for a coveted spot in the 2018 San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival.

There’s a new performance every 10-15 minutes, so you can spend a few hours watching the auditions, or all day. You can even take a break whenever you’d like and return later (space permitting).  Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity to support our local community of artists during this one-of-a-kind experience that’s great for the entire family!

Admission: $10 for adults (cash only, paid at the door); children 12 and under are admitted free of charge

The detailed auditions schedule will be posted at sfethnicdancefestival.org before the end of September.

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