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B L A C K C H O R E O G R A P H E R S
F E S T I V A L: H E R E & N O W
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AWARDED ~BEST OF THE BAY
- SF BAY GUARDIAN 2009
RECOGNIZED BY THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
FOR PRESERVING THE LEGACY OF BLACK DANCE
IN THE BAY AREA, 2019
SFGate - February 6, 2014
Black Choreographers Festival Review....Nora Chipaumire Returns....
SF Arts Monthly - February 2014
Nora Chipaumire anchors Black Choreographers Festival
SF Gate - February 15, 2014
Black Choreographers Festival Opens with a WOW!...
SF Bay Guardian - February 14, 2013
Black Choreographers Festival Takes Flight.....
immediate revu by balcony bros after BCF kickoff at Laney College celebrating Dimensions Dance Theater's 40th Anniversary.
SFGate - February 7, 2013 festival preview
Black Choreographers Festival - Tigner.....
Dance Magazine - February 2013
Rhythm and Soul - 9th Annual Black Choreographers Festival ....
San Francisco Examiner - January 4, 2013
The ninth annual Black Choreographers Festival in San Francisco...
San Francisco Bay Guardian - Review, February 15, 2012
Opening-weekend triumphs at the 2012 Black Choreographers Festival
San Francisco Chronicle - Review, February 22, 2010
Dance review: Black Choreographers Festival
San Francisco Bay Guardian - Review, February 11, 2009
"Spirited" - Black Choreographers Festival takes off
SF Bay Guardian - Best of the Bay 2009
DanceViewTimes - Review, February 2007
SF Chronicle -Jan 30, 2005
The year 1995 was a landmark for the Black Choreographers Moving Toward the 21st Century Festival, or BCM, as insiders know it. That year, the showcase -- which sparked a national dialogue in the African American dance world with its start in 1989 -- featured all Bay Area artists. A 27-year-old virtuoso named Robert Henry Johnson held the house in rapture, fluttering between ballet, hip-hop and jazz moves with the delicacy of a butterfly and the brashness of a boxer. Another still-young talent, Robert Moses, danced a solo wearing a collar and a face full of rage, provoking tears and exclamations.,,,,
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