NewsArts & Culture / June 8, 2020

Dance Kaleidoscope Moves In-Studio Classes Online

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Dance Kaleidoscope Moves In-Studio Classes Online

Dance Kaleidoscope's Manuel Valdes

Courtesy Manuel Valdes

Though restaurants, activities and business begin to reopen, arts and entertainment venues remain closed. That keeps the pressure on the arts community.

Indianapolis’ Dance Kaleidoscope is known for its graceful yet athletic contemporary dance routines. When COVID-19 ended its performance season, it moved in-studio classes online. WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke with dancer Manuel Valdes about how he and others are using technology to stay fit physically, mentally and financially.

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