Chicago Human Rhythm Project with Greg Spero

When any of us start dancing at parties, no matter the music, we all wish we were just a little better.  For those seeking dancing inspiration and great piano music, come see the BAM! of Chicago Human Rhythm Project perform with jazz pianist Greg Spero!

As heads of the longest running tap dance festival in the world, Chicago Human Rhythm Project holds a special place in the community.  From offering scholarships to young dancers, bringing together thousands of school-age children through their lecture/demonstration series, and organizing outreach programs to schools in the area, CHRP is on the forefront of promoting percussive dance styles in Chicago and the world.  Watch (and listen) as they explore rhythm, color, and syncopation with the beautiful jazz and classical stylings of Greg Spero.

The show begins at 6PM on Thursday April 4th at the Katten/Landau Studio in Roosevelt University’s Auditorium Theatre.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students, so take advantage of the student discount and click here to purchase your tickets!

Posted on by Kyle Jenkins Posted in Around Town, Dance, Music

Comments are closed.