Summer Dance Performance at USJ: "Innervisions – The Extraordinary Life of Stevie Wonder" on July 21
This summer, the AIMI Project (Arts Integration through Multiple Intelligences) at the University of Saint Joseph celebrates the music and humanitarian spirit of Stevie Wonder. Join us on Saturday, July 21, 2012 for "Innervisions — The Extraordinary Life of Stevie Wonder." Two performances will be presented at 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. in The Bruyette Athenaeum’s Hoffman Auditorium at 1678 Asylum Avenue on the University of Saint Joseph’s West Hartford campus. Tickets: $12 Adults; $6 Seniors and Children; available online at www.tickets.sjc.edu or by calling the Frances Driscoll Box Office at 860.231.5555.
How do innervisions shape a person's life? Stevie Wonder is an extraordinary artist, musician, composer, lyricist, and humanitarian who gives all his attention to what he can do. Generations of young people have grown up inspired by Stevie Wonder’s music, his social activism, the way he has used his art to create social change, and his vision of a world where people overcome differences to live in harmony — all serve as a testament to his character as well as his talent.
View the feature story published in the Hartford Courant on July 18, 2012:
About the AIMI Project:
Combining both dance instruction and production preparation, AIMI is unmatched as an enriching summer arts experience for children ages 9 - 13 from the Greater Hartford area who have the opportunity to work with Oscar and Emmy Award winner Jacques d’Amboise H’03 who serves as artist-in-residence, Choreographer/Director Kay Gayner, along with the team from New York City’s renowned National Dance Institute. As participants in the University of Saint Joseph’s 2012 AIMI Project, children attend dance workshops, create their own costumes and scenery, and join with educators and graduate students in presenting this spirited, high-energy production!