Columbus Choreographer Holding Dance Classes Online During Coronavirus Pandemic

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A local choreographer is giving back to her community. Morgan Harrell is offering dance classes through YouTube for those in the area during this Coronavirus pandemic.

The classes are open level, which means anyone can learn whether you’re a beginner or professional.
When you subscribe to her YouTube channel, make sure you HIT the notification button so you will have the videos automatically notified to your phones every time she posts the routines.
Each day after the dance class, post yourself doing the dance on your social medias( Instagram,Twitter,Facebook, or Tik Tok ) using #StayHomeWithFaithe to build community engagement with Columbus and beyond!
After the week is over, whoever used the #StayHomeWithFaithe, she will chose a weekly winner and give them a gift card.
People can follow her Social Media handles:
IG: MorganF.Harrell
Twitter: Faithe14dance
Tik Tok: M.Faithe
-If people want to made donation to Faithesthetics, her CashApp is $Faithedance
More about Morgan:
Morgan Faithe Harrell is a trailblazer born and raised from Columbus,Georgia. She grew up a child prodigy competing in dance competitions and convention since she was 11-years-old. Celebrities such as Jennifer Hudson have recognized her talents while being in Northside High School’s Theatre Program. She graduated from Kennesaw State University with her Bachelors of Art in Dance and Minor is Marketing with Coles College of Business. While receiving her Bachelor of Arts, Morgan has been signed to 411 South with Dance 411, one the biggest dance agencies in the country working on productions. Some of her production credits include Tyler Perry, Zaytoven, Netlix, T.I., etc . Along with receiving awards and scholarships for significance in the community, her biggest accomplishment is her first film S.A.B.L.E. , a short film she produced about black women in America. She continues to teach all across Georgia, choreograph for artists and is producing her next film, which is in pre-production and casted with dancers form Columbus State University’s Dance Minor Program.
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