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The Carr Center Presents A Percussion Conversation featuring Savion Glover, Dee Dee Bridgewater and Terri Lyne Carrington

DETROIT - The Carr Center is bringing three powerhouse entertainers together for the ultimate improvisation performance. Savion Glover will dance to the beat of Terri Lyne Carrington's drum and the sounds of Dee Dee Bridgewater's scats on Saturday, February 23, 2019, at the Carr Center's Performance Hub, Detroit School of Arts.

The Carr Center is devoted to presenting world-class performances. And bringing these three internationally renown artists is no exception. They will create a dynamic synergy that audiences will want to witness. Tickets are $30 in advance and can be purchased online at

"If audiences haven't seen a multi-genre collaboration between dancers and musical artists, I highly recommend this as their first one. On November 3, 2018, during our Season Spectacular performance, I got a glimpse of this phenomenon. On February 23, 2019, ticket buyers will be wowed," said Carr Center President, Oliver Ragsdale, Jr.

Two days leading up to the performance, Savion Glover will be conducting tap dance workshops. Thursday and Friday, February 21 and 22, 2019 at 10 a.m. (schools are on winter break), will focus on fine-tuning skills for students of all ages. An afternoon session on each day beginning at 2:00 p.m. will be geared towards dance teachers and professional tappers. Savion will help hone in on techniques for tap instruction and tap dance style. The two-day session cost $50 each. There are a very limited number of slots and registration is a must in order to save a spot. Visit to register.

About Savion Glover

Savion Glover is a world-famous tap dancer, choreographer, and actor. Born in 1973, the tapping marvel has graced the stage since childhood. He set a record as the youngest person ever to receive a scholarship in the Newark Community School of the Arts. Before he was a teenager, Savion made his mark starring in the leading role in the Broadway musical The Tap Dance Kid. The Tony Award-winning dancer worked with dancing greats Gregory Hines and Sammy Davis, Jr. Among his credits are starring roles in Jelly's Last Jam, a role for which he made history as the youngest ever recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant and Bring in the Noise, Bring in the Funk.

About The Carr Center

The Carr Center is a multidisciplinary cultural arts center founded in 1991. The organization brings high-quality performance and exhibitions, cultural and education experiences to metro-Detroit and provides global transmission of the city's vibrant and growing artists' community. For more information, please call The Carr Center at 313-965-8430 or visit


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