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Aspiring for a richer, deeper and more vibrant Canadian Dance culture, CanAsian Dance has been cultivating and presenting exceptional dance inspired by Asian ideas and expressions since 1997.
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Goh Ballet Academy achieves the highest levels of professionalism in classical ballet training and performance productions while supporting its students’ passion for dance and dedication to their art. With steadfast commitment for over 40 years, Goh Ballet offers vibrant, innovative, and diverse dance educational experiences to students, taught by award winning instructors.
The Kingston School of Dance is presently seeking a qualified Cecchetti trained ballet teacher for the 2021/22 Season. Interested candidates should send their Cv to Andrea Palmer at firstname.lastname@example.org
I would love to work with an innovative choreographer for 2 female dancers. The powerful song for this dance inspires people who are in a funk due our ongoing pandemic.The dancers have not been trained in ballet, so ballet moves don't interest us very much.
Twist Dance Academy is looking for a recreational dance teacher for ages 2.5 - 8, someone eager to grow with our business and assist in the development of our Mini Dance Programs.
DETAILS: Saturday mornings, recreational classes (Mini Ballet, Junior Acro, Junior Jazz, Junior Tap), opportunity for competitive classes/choreography in the future, start date ASAP
*Junior/Intermediate Hip Hop is an asset
Urgently looking for a reliable individual who has experience in all different styles of dance to cover maternity leave.
Studio is located in Wasaga Beach ON.
Must be available to teach Monday - Friday evenings. The position is to start immediately with training and then to transition to teaching all classes from approximately mid April to mid June.
Opportunities for regular teaching position throughout summer and also 2021/2022 dance season.
Ontario Presents (OP) is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Administrative Director, created as a result of OP’s ongoing, three-year, succession planning process. The individual selected for this position will work closely with OP’s Program Director and jointly co-lead Ontario Presents and its performing arts presenting networks into an uncertain but exciting future.