International Dance Day was initiated in 1982 by the International Dance Committee of the UNESCO International Theatre Institute and and falls on April 29 of every year, commemorating the birthday of Jean-Georges Noverre, a distinguished choreographer that brought about significant
The FREE annual family Festival hosting some 40,000 people applauding young aspiring Artists, will take place this special year on Sunday JULY 23 from 11:00am to 11:00pm at the newly renovated Yonge-Dundas Square in the downtown core – with new
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The new documentary Cold Nights, Hot Salsa takes you inside the international Latin dance world of Victor Contreras and Katia Morales, aspiring young salsa dancers from Montreal, Canada who seek to win a World Salsa Championship. During their three-year quest
Finding a partner takes patience and hard work. Make sure your dance goals are clear and then make yourself available to the opportunity of meeting someone. Go to new classes, practices that you haven’t been to before, talk to dance
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The Canadian Opera Company opens the doors of the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts select mornings in the Fall with a 90-minute tour for the general public. This extensive tour includes backstage access and is an exciting opportunity to
For over 13 years Torontonians of all ages and backgrounds have gathered at a local church to socialize, to dance, and then to chat over a coffee or a meal, sometimes until the wee hours of the night. Many friends were