The Peter London Global Dance Company was created to realize the atistic vision of Peter London. The company will celebrate and share the rich and diverse cultural heritage with people of all ages, ethnicity and socio-economic backgrounds, increasing awareness of our cultural similarities, global dance and music traditions.
The company exists: (1) to create new works by peter London and perform these works throughout our community of South Florida and Globally. (2) education and training of local dancers and presentation of dance works by local choreographers who have not traditionally had the opportunity to fully and professionally realize their tremendous talents and gifts.
Dancing Under the Mistletoe at Adrienne Arsht Center
Heat Wave at Little Haiti Cultural Complex.
Sasha Caicedo in Peter London's "Carmen"
From left to right, Adam Leguerre, Nathanial Davis, and Leon Cobb in Peter London's "Seoul Soul"
Alejandra Martinez in Peter London's "Calle Florida"
Peter London Global Dance Company in Peter London's Kaiso Bacchanal.
PLGDC in Peter London's "Seoul Soul"
PLGDC provides 3 dance classes per week for the general public. Classes include: Ballet(8-12yrs), Contemporary (Professional Adults), Afro-Carribean (Young Adults), Contemporary (Non-Professional)
Peter London Global Dance Company Community Dance Education
Community members from age 8yrs and above get an opportunity to experience various dance forms and technique, including historical background information, taught by Peter London and members of the Peter London Global Dance Company. A annual, free performance is offered to the summer camp kids and discount tickets to PLGDC performances are offered to seniors and students.
Ms. Christa Green
Treasurer of the India US Chamber of Commerce
Caribbean Rhythms Radio Show Co-Host
Roget Bryan ESQ.
Mayor Shirley Gibson
Adrienne Arsht Center Vice President of Programming
Monika Bohm Fandino
Leah T. Simpson
Mr. Peter London
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.