Kyle Abraham Celebrates A.I.M Homecoming Week With Harlem Dancer Dorchel Haqq

October 9, 2020

Choreographer Kyle Abraham is known for his innovative and unparalleled artistry and his commitment as a champion of inclusivity.

He will celebrate Homecoming Week with his company A.I.M beginning Monday, October 12, 2020.

Homecoming Night, a virtual event benefiting A.I.M and honoring American Ballet Theatre Principal Dancer Misty Copeland will be held on Wednesday, October 14, 2020, at 7 pm ET. The evening will feature an exclusive conversation between Misty and Kyle that is not to be missed.

Other Homecoming Week festivities include a master class being taught by the incredible Tamisha Guy on Saturday, October 17, 2020, at 12 pm and a silent auction with some pretty unique items that will be offered.


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A.I.M associate artist Dorchel Haqq hails from Harlem and trained at Dance Theater of Harlem. She attended LaGuardia High School and studied dance at SUNY Purchase. A local woman through and through.

Guests can find more information and RSVP using this link here.


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Photo credit: Dorchel Haqq, by Carrie Schneider

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