Second Event Includes Hot Brass Band Red Line Horns, Flamenco and Tango
Dance Lessons, and Culminates in Open Improv Dance Floor in
Historic Los Angeles Setting
The Floor Improv Day, a free public event showcasing some of L.A.’s best and most diverse musicians and dancers, returns to historic Union Station for its second event of the summer on Sunday, July 23, from 2 – 5 p.m.
Open Floor 2 features a vibrant performance by The Red Line Horns, one of L.A.’s hottest brass sections, a flamenco lesson from noted dancer Manuel Gutierrez, and a tango lesson from renowned dancers Mayte Valdez and Carlos Barrionuevo. Christian Moraga will also lead a percussion workshop. The day culminates with the Open Improv Dance Floor, a fun and dynamic group dance.
Free and open to all ages, The Floor Improv Day at Union Station is an extension of The Floor Improv Night, which was founded eight years ago and is held the third Monday of every month at Los Globos.
Metro Art Presents showcases free arts and cultural programs at historic Union Station. Produced by Metro Art, the diverse, all-ages programming creatively activates the landmark station, engages the Los Angeles community, and attracts new riders.