Inclusive Dance World Vision

Inclusive Dance World Vision

The Grand celebration of inclusive dance on December 1, 2020 has already won the hearts of many viewers around the world. The first unique show of Inclusive Dance World Vision was held thanks to each of us!

VIII International Inclusive Dance Festival

VIII International Inclusive Dance Festival in ONLINE!

In 2020 The organizing committee of the Festival "Inclusive Dance" decided not to cancel the annual program during the restrictive measures related to the COVID-19 pandemic, but to completely transform the events into online format.

The structure of all days was preserved as much as possible and it was filled with communication, music and dance, so all participants of the festival felt the holiday atmosphere inherent in the traditional face-to-face format of festival.
Inclusive Dance invites you to Suzdal

Inclusive Dance invites you to Suzdal!

In January 13-20, 2021, the Winter inclusive dance camp and Inclusive dance festival "Perekrestki" will be held in the Russian city of Suzdal. As part of the Winter camp of inclusive dance, there will be dance lessons, consultations and individual analysis of inclusive choreography with Russian experts, as well as creative master classes.


The Association accepts new members!

World Inclusive Dance Association has accepted three members:

Edo Pampuro, representing the Italian Inclusive Dance Association, Dance teacher, national and international judge. Teaches classes for children with mental disorders.

Alex Glijn and Jacqueline Glijn – founders of Dutch Inclusive Dance Alliance (Netherlands)

The international inclusive ball

The international inclusive ball was the final event of the festival "Inclusive Dance" in 2019

On October 30, the VII international charity dance festival "Inclusive Dance" ended with an International inclusive ball.

In the hall of Commanders of the Victory Museum, 300 participants of the festival-professional dancers, teachers, choreographers, people with musculoskeletal disorders and mental disabilities, volunteers-from Moscow, Krasnoyarsk, Yekaterinburg, Nakhodka, Nizhny Novgorod, Chelyabinsk, Izhevsk, Saratov and other parts of Russia, as well as from Estonia and the Netherlands danced Polonaise, waltzed and played in the «Stream-Rucheek» dance.

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