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Dancing Into the Future (Complete)

NEW YORK, June 3, 2014 — National Dance Institute (NDI) founder Jacques d'Amboise joins Shirley Young, Chairperson of the U.S.-China Cultural Institute, and Orville Schell, Arthur Ross Director of Asia Society's Center on U.S.-China Relations, for a talk and screening centered on the U.S.-China collaboration that brought NDI's approach to arts education to Shanghai. A performance by National Dance Institute pupils is also featured. (1 hr., 13 min.)


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