Performance: Jocquese Whitfield

Saturday, June 23

4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Apple Union Square

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In celebration of San Francisco Pride, dancer and choreographer Jocquese Whitfield will challenge assumptions of sexual identity through dance. Playing with notions of masculinity and femininity, he captures the bold, rebellious statements of the 1980s that embraced fashion and nightlife. Followed by a conversation about music and dance led by industry professional and event producer Kerry Fiero.

300 Post Street

San Francisco, CA 94108

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Jocquese Whitfield

Dancer and Choreographer

Jocquese Whitfield, known as SirJoQ, is a dancer, choreographer, MC, and Vogue dance instructor. He has signed with Molly House Records and has opened for Zebra Katz, M.I.A., and TT the Artist.

Kerry Fiero

Event Producer and Educator

Kerry Fiero has spent a decade in the music industry representing signed and unsigned artists. She produces events in the Bay Area through her company Fiero Flair and is a music business adjunct professor.

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