Toronto: Bengt Jörgen, Artistic Director & CEO of Canada’s Ballet Jörgen, is pleased to congratulate the company’s Director of Touring, Cameron Smillie, on winning the 2017 CAPACOA Award for Touring Agent/Manager of the Year.
Supporting market development for
Ontario dance artists and dance companies
Stéphanie Visconti most recently performed in Mamma Mia! at the Arts Center
of Coastal Carolina in Hilton Head SC and in Mame at Riverside Theatre in
Vero Beach FL. Previous credits include the Toronto’s 2014 Big Ticket
Summer Concert, Lincoln Center’s Holiday Songbook Concert, and an
independent short film entitled Dance 'Til Dawn. Stéphanie is a silver
The Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts (TAPA), in partnership with the Friends of the Arts network will meet with 32 Toronto City Councillors on Thursday, November 23, 2017 to discuss the ongoing cultural importance and the continuing financial impact of arts and culture in Toronto. Teams of artists, administrators and youth will meet with City Councillors to make the case for continued and growing investment for culture in Toronto.
Dance Ontario has said goodbye to Network Coordinator Peter Kelly. His great work in the regions this past year has moved our main outreach project, funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, a step closer to stabilizing the three new networks in Sudbury, Windsor and Algoma/St Ste Marie. In that position, we are now delighted to welcome Grace Smith (left) who holds a BFA-Honours in Dance from York University.
Starting in November, Renata will be away from Propeller on parental leave. We look forward to her return in the spring!
Canada’s Ballet Jörgen will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a record setting week of programming across Canada from October 23 – 29.
Toronto – Halifax: Reaching 15 communities in four provinces Canada’s Ballet Jörgen will set a new record of dance programming with 65 performances and community events in a single week.