Toronto dancers were out in full force again this Victoria Day, May 18, 2009 at the Toronto Metro Convention Centre to compete for the title of “Canada’s Favourite Dancer” on the second season of CTV’s hit show “So You think
Jeffery is only 12 years old but he knows he wants to be a dancer. He had asked his father to take him to dance lessons and he ended up joining Steps Dance Studio.
“Runner-Up” bachelorette Melissa Rycroft shows that she is as graceful dancing as she is handling what must have been a most difficult rejection on ABC’s “The Bachelor” by dancing a lovely waltz on the debut episode of season eight of
“Toronto dancing is one of the most varied and vibrant in the country”, according to the following documentary on the dance scene in Toronto. Watch some amazing Tango and Salsa in Toronto in this excellent video clip, which includes performances
An article by Eurekalert! notes a study in which researchers compared brain scans of older adults who exercise to brain scans of those who do not. Those who exercised exhibited better cerebral blood flow.
December 7, 2008: On today’s Season Finale of “So You Think You Can Dance”, Nico Archambault, a 24-year-old contemporary and hip-hop dancer from Montreal, was named Canada’s Favourite Dancer!
The most prestigious ballroom dance competition in the world, the Blackpool Dance Festival began in 1920 in the Empress Ballroom at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool, England. In 2008 there were 68 countries represented and a total number of 1,863
Toronto Salsa pioneer Frank Bishun is a background dancer for the new feature film “Love Guru.” Over 300 dancers from the USA and Canada auditioned for the dancing roles and Frank was one of the 10 dancers selected to be in the film! Watch this
December 1, 2007: Viva Dance’s Andre & Natalie Paramonov have won the 2007 World Latin American Showdance Competition in the Netherlands. They are now the 2007 World Latin/American Showdance Champions. This feat was achieved in a competition field of 28
As part of Orientation Week celebrations, more than 600 Ryerson University students danced into the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest dance class, held in Yonge-Dundas Square on Thursday August 30, 2007. Approximately 663 students, staff, parents and