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AHS 2022 Dance Concert in Photos

Alameda High School’s “2022 Dance Concert” was held May 19th and 20th at Kofman Auditorium. The show was directed by Rachel McCray Denton, Alameda High’s Dance teacher. Out of the 18 numbers, McCray Denton choreographed three of them in collaboration with her students. The rest of the performances were choreographed by the students themselves. It was an amazing display of talent, vision and what is possible when the arts are encouraged to thrive in our public schools. These photos were provided by Linda Wong, parent; Sylvie Lam, dancer and choreographer; and Ty Menze, photographer.

Alameda Post - Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Linda Wong.
Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Linda Wong.
Alameda Post - Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Linda Wong.
Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Linda Wong.
Alameda Post - Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Sylvie Lam.
Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Sylvie Lam.
Alameda Post - Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Sylvie Lam.
Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Sylvie Lam.
Alameda Post - Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Ty Menze.
Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Ty Menze.
Alameda Post - Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Ty Menze.
Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Ty Menze.
Alameda Post - Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Ty Menze.
Alameda High School 2022 Dance Concert. Photo Ty Menze.

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