OWINGS MILLS, Md. (WJZ) — A group of talented dancers from Reisterstown are set to show off some of their coolest moves at the Greater Baltimore Block Party Jewish Community Center this weekend.
“We really love dancing and making people happy,” said Angelia Lewis, founder, CEO and choreographer of the RICOCHET group.
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The name represents what Lewis and his fellow band members are trying to do in their community: reach, inspire, connect, overcome, create, empower, empower and transform the lives of those who watch their performances.
“And we do that with the use of dance art and creative expressions,” Lewis said.
The band has performed at events across Maryland and other parts of the country for the past 8 years, including at Artscape and Light City.
This weekend at the WJZ-sponsored JCC Block Party, Angelia’s son, Isaiah, and fellow member, Jordan, will dance to four songs and teach attendees to dance to one called “Jump” by Uri Davidi.
“It’s a song that gets everyone on their feet and makes you want to hang out,” Isaiah said.
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Angelia told WJZ she would break down the moves and explained that they would be easy to follow.
“It will be really easy to do, anyone can do it, from young to old,” she said.
The band will begin performing at 2:40 p.m. Sunday at the JCC Block Party.
Learn more about the party here.
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