Don’t Just Dance


Dance & Bmore


Creative Connected and Free

Dance and Bmore Purpose

Being an artist isn’t about the applause we receive but about using our gifts to help others and ourselves be more. We don’t just dance, we dance to be more connected as creative people, as community members gifted to design artistic bridges that fill gaps. Gaps in our society, in our city and in our families are tearing down our own design as social beings. We are here to stand in the gap and make a way for more genuine human connections, multigenerational connections, creative connections through music and dance that remind us of who we are to each other and who we want our children to be. Dance with us to be more creative, connected and Free!

Dance & Bmore programs FazaFam

Dance & Bmore designs innovative multigenerational programs that seek to stimulate the imagination and strengthen relationships while building a sense of community and well being: The FazaFam Family Jam focuses on strengthening families through music, movement, and games, Forever Fit & Fun uses memory-based movement, prompts and storytelling to capture the memories of seniors citizens and encapsulate them in spoken-word, music and dance.

Dance & Bmore people

Dance & Bmore is a diverse ensemble of singers, dancers, poets and musicians who create a fusion of socially conscious work that is both interactive and empowering. Our highly engaging and spontaneous collaborations are less of a performance style and more of an unforgettable experience. Fans of Dance & Bmore often laugh, cry and sing along with our ensembles repertoire of original live music. Our programs bring us into communities where we meet people from all walks of life. Music and dance has for centuries been a vehicle for shared traditions and passing on ones culture and history. Dance & Bmore creates music and dance for every age and stage of life.


“An Evening of Artistic Excellence” at the BMA

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“An Evening of Artistic Excellence” features the winning Baker performing artists.  Artists will perform solo and/or collaboratively in a showcase of the creativity of artists residing in the Baltimore metropolitan area.  Dance & Bmore will be performing along with: Carl Grubbs, saxophonist; Todd Marcus, bass clarinetist; Joyce Scott, vocals; Ellen Cherry, singer/songwriter; Michelle Antoinette Nelson, poet/spoken word; Vincent Thomas, dance/choreographer; Amanda Fair, dance/choreographer; Nicole Martinell, dance/choreographer; Wendel Patrick, pianist; Paul Rucker, cello; Naoko Maeshiba, dance/choreographer; Shodekeh, vocals/beatboxing.

A limited number of Reserved tickets (200) are made available on  Additional seating will be made available to attendees on a first come, first served basis.

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