Christmas with Borne2Dance, Inc. Recital December 17 at Cutting Hall in Palatine

  • Christmas with Borne2Dance, Inc. Recital December 17 at Cutting Hall in Palatine

    Christmas with Borne2Dance, Inc. Recital December 17 at Cutting Hall in Palatine

 
 
Updated 12/10/2021 8:38 AM

Borne2Dance, Inc. in Palatine is thrilled to announce our Christmas with Borne2Dance, Inc. Recital on December 17, 2021 at historic Cutting Hall. After two virtual recitals, Borne2Dance, Inc. is excited to perform once again for a live audience. Our students will delight the audience with a variety of music and dance performances including tap, jazz, ballet, pointe, lyrical and jazz funk pieces as well as musical performances. Our performers have poured their heart and soul into jolly pieces for this merry celebration!

What: Christmas with Borne2Dance, Inc. Recital

 

When: December 17th at 7:30PM

Where: Cutting Hall, 150 East Wood Street in Palatine

Tickets: Tickets can be purchased through Cutting Hall at https://www.cuttinghall.org/

Borne2Dance, Inc. is a values-led company with a focus on impacting youth through providing a creative outlet in a positive, nurturing environment. Owners Joe and Jamie Latuszek are not only dedicated to teaching students the art of music & movement, but are also firm believers in providing a positive and encouraging atmosphere to help students grow. In addition to being expert teachers and performers in our field, we are also a community company volunteering our time and services to charities and events throughout the Northwest Suburbs.

Borne2Dance, Inc. is located at 323 W Northwest Highway in Palatine. Should you have any questions about our upcoming recital, please contact owner Jamie Latuszek at 847-358-6820 or info@borne2dance.com.

We hope that you are having a fantastic holiday season!

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