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The Welcome Gesture Toronto Newcomer Day 2022
May 25 at 12:15pm Nathan Phillips Square

 On May 17, dancers and choreographers will have the wonderful opportunity to explore different styles, perspectives, and the meanings behind First Nation's dances with Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo, the award-winning Artistic Director of A'nó:wara Dance Theatre and choreographer of Sky Dancers.

 

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Dance for a Daffodil - Goh Ballet

Goh Ballet invites you and your friends to join us on Monday April 25th 2022 in support the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) with Dance for a Daffodil. Every day, 600 Canadians are expected to hear the words “You have cancer.” By showing your support, you can help hope bloom for Canadians facing this heartbreaking diagnosis. 

This will be a open level Ballet class for Adults, and will take you through the basics of Ballet, all while supporting a noble cause!

Adult Ballet Floor-Barre Group Online Classes

Always wanted to study ballet but didn’t, couldn’t!

No previous dance experience is needed but some experience is an asset.

Benefits: Improves posture, flexibility, co-ordination, balance, muscular strength & control, core strength, breathing, stress levels & general well-being.

An excellent complement to all dance forms and sports activities!

Schedule:On Mondays May 2 – June 27/22 (No Class on Monday May 23, 2022)

Adult Ballet for the Advancing Beginner Online Group Classes on Zoom

***Ideal for the student who has been studying ballet for one year or more.

Schedule:

Thursdays May 5 – June 30/22

9 – 1.5-hour online classes at 6 – 7 p.m. for $305.10 (includes HST)

To Register:

Space in each class is limited. Registration is on a “first come” basis.

Please register for the class of your choice as soon as possible to ensure your spot.

Contemporary Dance Masterclass with Keren Lurie Pardes 


Date: Friday March 4 


Time: 10:00 a.m. 


Location: National Ballet of Canada - 470 Queens Quay West, Toronto 


Class on Stage Taught by Hope Muir

Saturday, March 5, 2022 

The ever-popular Class on Stage returns Saturday, March 5 at 10:30 am at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, taught for the first time by Hope Muir, Joan and Jerry Lozinski Artistic Director. 

A rare opportunity to see how National Ballet dancers train up close, the 75-minute class is a daily ritual for all dancers, warming up the body and preparing the dancer physically and mentally for rehearsal and performance.

Tickets are only $10 for adults and $5 for children.

Joy of Movement Returns!

Joy of Movement Returns!

Try classical dance moves, yoga poses and relaxation techniques, along with gentle strengthening and stretching exercises. No experience necessary!
PSWs/caregivers are welcome and encouraged to participate. Register.

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