This is a free performance presented in partnership with the Center for Applied Christian Ethics. This event is open to the public, and seating is limited.
Mentored by renowned tap dancer Gregory Hines, Andrew Nemr has garnered a reputation for impeccable musicianship, sensitivity, and respect for the craft that he loves.
An experienced soloist, Andrew has performed in national and international venues. His choreography and solo work have been described as “deeply touching” by the Daily Gazette, and as a “welcome return to the elegance of simplicity—and the tap dancer as maker of aural magic” by exploredance.com.
Andrew is joined in this performance by his frequent collaborator, hammer dulcimer player Max Zbiral-Teller.
In partnership with the
Center for Applied Christian Ethics