From bboys who do pirouettes to ballerinas who have swag, this talented group of 17 dancers, tell stories of love, conflict, loss and success, while also tackling heart- wrenching issues such as chemical dependency.
The company's 2015 spring concert features a world premiere work by choreographer Uri Sands honoring Marian Anderson, the celebrated American contralto who was breaking barriers for African-American artists decades before the civil rights movement.
Co-founded and directed by siblings, Curio Dance is focused on tying the history of dance customs to their influence on contemporary design. They nurture the unity of every style and genre of dance and encourage younger choreographers to work amongst the more experienced. Together they fill the gap and create a place for belonging.