Covid19 Fundraiser: Contemporary / Katy Tate

Covid19 Fundraiser: Contemporary / Katy Tate

As artists, we all want to give back and contribute to our world and each other. Sometimes we struggle to find a way to do it. This class was an opportunity for us all to help someone in our performing arts community.

On July 5, 2020, Nick Cordero passed away after his brave battle with Covid-19. Nick was an exceptional Broadway actor and performer whose months long battle with COVID-19 was a symbol of hope for many. A Tony award nominated actor for his performance in Broadway’s “Bullets Over Broadway”, Nick also starred in “A Bronx Tale.”

Although this fundraiser has now concluded and all rental/purchase proceeds were donated via GoFundMe, if you'd like to contribute further, you can donate directly to the Cordero family here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-amanda-kloots-nick-cordero-amp-elvis

About your Instructor, Katy Tate:
- https://www.instagram.com/katyt8
Katy Tate is a Creative Producer, Choreographer and Master Teacher whose deep love for the cyclical learning experience received through sharing dance is what drives her. From traveling to studios across the globe, harnessing the energy of a packed convention room of dancers, to one on one solo exploration, the love of creation and learning is still the most exciting thing in her career. Some of her teaching credits include, Tremaine Dance Convention, The Pulse, Nexus, TDX The Dance Experience, Grand Prix Intensive, Arizona Jazz Dance Showcase, The Dance Awards and Dancer Palooza as Co-Conceptor and Producer of CIRQUE-it, Cirque du Soleil’s exclusive dance convention event.

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Covid19 Fundraiser: Contemporary / Katy Tate

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  • Covid19 Fundraiser: Contemporary with Katy Tate

    As artists, we all want to give back and contribute to our world and each other. Sometimes we struggle to find a way to do it. This class was an opportunity for us all to help someone in our performing arts community.

    On July 5, 2020, Nick Cordero passed away after his brave battle with Covid-1...