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Dance Alchemy is located in Baltimore, Maryland

Dance Alchemy

is committed to spreading world peace through the common language of dance. Our motto is "We put the Move in Peace Movement," and we mean it.

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Dance4Peace

Dance Alchemy is the home of the Dance4Peace projects

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Dance4Peace

Dance Alchemy makes global collaborative movies with members around the world. Anyone can join!

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Dance Alchemy

is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Your donations are tax deductible.

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Dance Alchemy

is a dance company on a mission to bring peace through dance to our cities, our country, and our world.

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Dance Alchemy

as a cross-cultural bridge, combines peace work with dance, sharing dances across cultures as we teach dance to each other and bring people together. 

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Fall Dance Events

Dance Alchemy will perform on Sunday, September 24th, at the Center for Spiritual Living, Baltimore, and on November 12th at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Hagerstown. Click the image above for all the details.

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Come Join Us for Noche de Fiesta!

Dance Alchemy is going to Peru, and you are invited to our send-off party! Come out to a night of fun, food, drinks, and dance at Points South Latin Kitchen on December 9th. Click the picture for all the details.

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Become a Member

Join like-minded peace creatives! Your gifts are tax deductible, and they really mean a lot! Click the photo above to go to our donation page, and THANKS!

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Watch Us on Our YouTube Channel

See our dances on YouTube in our newly revamped channel. We have the Dance4Peace movies, along with a whole series of filmings from previous events and compilations of our repertoire. Check it out!

Dance Alchemy is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization on a mission to bring peace through dance to our cities, our country and our world. Using dance as spiritual expression, we draw world rhythms from Latin America, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East and our own First Nations." – Candice Tritch, Artistic Director