Continuum Dance offers spring concert in celebration of two years

Continuum Dance celebrates two years as the first professional dance company on the Mid Shore with a concert featuring selections from their repertoire of over forty pieces. Community members will have two opportunities to experience the spring concert, with dancers taking the stage of the Oxford Community Center on Saturday, April 6 at 3pm and 6pm.

This performance honors the many individuals who have supported the organization thus far, while also celebrating the genuine love of the art of dance. The concert will feature original compositions and reproductions by Two World Studios, an eastern shore music production company, as well as dancers of Continuum’s adult company and apprentice program.

In a region where live artistic dance performances seldom occur, this show continues Continuum Dance’s core mission of providing residents of Delmarva the opportunity to experience professional-quality, artistic dance. Each performance is an invitation for audience members to open their hearts and minds to the art of dance with the hope of inspiring self-expression through the performing arts.

A reception will follow each performance, providing an opportunity to meet with Continuum company members, apprentices, and board members. Attendees will also have an opportunity to purchase raffle tickets and enter for a chance to win a Continuum Dance sweatshirt or tote bag, with all raffle proceeds supporting the mission of Continuum Dance.

Admittance tickets can be purchased in advance at, or at the door for $20 adults or $15 students and seniors.

This concert is funded in part by a grant from the Talbot County Arts Council, with revenues provided by the Maryland State Arts Council.

Continuum Dance is committed to providing greater accessibility and knowledge of artistic dance in the Delmarva community. As an emerging professional performance company, Continuum Dance showcases accomplished professional artists of the region, provides training and experience to young dancers through an apprenticeship program, and celebrates the art of dance through master classes, open houses, and other public events. For more information or to get involved, visit or email