to the newest members of the 2019-20 Repertory Company of the Institute of Music and Dance: Laila Causey, Kacey Daniels, Anna Lurry, Destiny Nathan, and Ebony Williams! They have been recommended by their teacher(s) because they demonstrated their ability to learn and perform, and always give their best effort.
They will join company members Amaya Elliott, Sade Daniel, Jianna Hamilton, Camille Jeffries, Ivy Jeffries, Maria LaCour, Rene McLemore, Nya Moore, Alonyae Nance, Trell Nance, and Jaimie Parker. Congratulations to you all for your hard work and to your family for their continued support on your journey.
The mission of the Institute of Music & Dance (IMD), a year-round school of the arts at Marygrove College, is to provide students of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds with high quality, developmentally appropriate programs in music, dance, theater and visual arts. The purpose of the IMD is to nurture and harness creativity, foster discipline, strengthen technical and performance skills, heighten artistic awareness, and encourage a lifelong interest in the arts.
Through mentoring in weekly classes as well as through visiting artists and outreach programming, IMD continues to provide role models who can speak to being artists/entertainers, educators and concerned individuals who work to enhance their community, through their art, and thus make a mark on the world.
Originally Founded in 1914 as the Detroit Institute of Musical Arts. Member of the National Guild for Community Arts Education. The Institute of Music & Dance is funded in part by the Erb Family Foundation, Kresge Foundation, Carrie E. Schuyler Estate Trust, and the James and Lynelle Holden Fund.