Harlem’s National Dance Institutes Kay Gayner Talks New Job, Dance For All And More On The Harlem World Magazine Podcast

April 14, 2022

Harlem-based National Dance Institute (NDI) new Artistic Director Kay Gayner talks new job as Artistic Director, her favorite place in Harlem, and more with host Danny Tisdale, on The Harlem World Magazine Podcast.

Gayner began teaching for National Dance Institute in 2000, after having served as assistant to Jacques d’Amboise from 1987-to-1990.

She is responsible for the direction of NDI’s In-School Program, which currently serves approximately 6,500 children in New York City public schools.

Ms. Gayner was named Associate Artistic Director of NDI in 2017 and has served as Co-Creator and Co-Founder of the NDI DREAM Project since 2014 and Director of International Projects since 2011.

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Read our announcement regarding Ms. Gayner’s new role we posted back in August 2021.

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All on this edition of The Harlem World Magazine Podcast; the show hosted by businessman, award-winning visual artist, educator, and former Harlem Community Board member Danny Tisdale.

Photo credit: National Dance Institute.

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