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Call for Submissions: Dance Ontario Creative Partnerships

Mar. 23, 2018

Dance Ontario's Creative Partnership Program will provide $2,000 in production/creation support to each of two choreographers for NEW work to be premiered at DanceWeekend'19 next January. Choreographers whose membership is current at the time of submission are eligible to apply.

All forms of dance will be considered and two works each approximately 15 minutes in length will be selected.

Ballet Espressivo Class Schedule: Summer 2018

Ballet Espressivo Class Schedule: Summer 2018

 

The School of Ballet Espressivo specializes in adult dance education and is expanding its offering to include not only classes in ballet, modern dance and improvisation, and ballet floor-barre but also public performance opportunities for its students. The school’s bright and beautiful studio, with a 800 square foot sprung floor, is located in the heart of the city at Yonge and Bloor.

Growing The Past: Moving & Being Moved at the Spadina Museum House & Gardens

Growing the Past offers a three-week summer intensive on the exterior grounds of the Spadina Museum House and Gardens, presented by Immer Collective as part of Toronto Arts Council’s Animating Historic Sites Initiative. Programming includes daily yoga training and movement classes facilitated by dance professionals, a weekly speaker series, and culminates in three days of contemporary dance performances.

BREAKIN’ CONVENTION The world's biggest festival of Hip Hop dance theatre

BREAKIN’ CONVENTION

The world's biggest festival of Hip Hop dance theatre

Complete programming announced including free outdoor Plaza Party for the whole family!

Friday, June 1 & Saturday, June 2 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

(Toronto, ON, May 17, 2018) Breakin' Convention, the world's biggest festival of Hip Hop dance theatre, returns to Toronto June 1-2 to the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. 

Savion Glover ft. Marcus Gilmore

A tap virtuoso and an in-demand jazz drummer meet on stage this summer.  From the Broadway smash hit Bring in ‘Da Noise, Bring in ‘Da Funk, he is one of the greatest tap dancers of all time. Tony Award winner Savion Glover carries on the tradition established by artists like Gregory Hines, Sammy Davis Jr., and Arthur Duncan. Performing with Marcus Gilmore, an exciting drummer whose grandfather Roy Haynes, cut his teeth working with an earlier generation of hoofers, the duo explores percussion to find melody, harmony and rhythm.  

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