Black ice: a retrospective of black movement through time
Figure Skating in Harlem takes audiences on a journey celebrating Black Ice: A Retrospective of Black Movement Through Time in its 21st annual Ice Show. From tribal dance to jazz to hip hop, our girls explore the physical and metaphorical history of black movement using music and skating to tell a powerful story. The Ice Show is the time in which the girls really learn the value of teamwork and leadership, the building blocks to being skilled and graceful figure skaters. Similarly, our students apply these lessons in the classroom and beyond to create successful, focused and powerful lives.
21st Annual Ice Show
Saturday, March 24, 7PM
Sunday, March 25, 3PM
Please note we are no longer selling online tickets. You can purchase your tickets in person the day of the performance at Riverbank. Tickets sales will open 90 minutes before showtime.
Riverbank State Park
679 Riverside Drive (Enter at 145th Street)
New York, NY 10031
To become a sponsor, contact Llaura Garcia at Llaura@figureskatinginharlem.org or call 646.679.3769.
Highlights from the 2017 Ice Show