DanceWeekend is a veritable feast of globally inspired dance from 25 professional companies presenting in Toronto throughout the year. A platform for over 350 dancers and live musicians, PLUS WORLD PREMIERES BY Tracey Norman and Maddie Hanson. Over 2 days,
OneTV is bringing back the popular series “Anjelica’s Dance Workout,” with award-winning dancer Anjelica Scannura. Anjelica will get you up and moving with a wide variety of belly dancing workouts. Belly dancing is most often viewed as an expressive art form;
Interested in learning Flamenco dance? The renowned Scannura family has designed a fun and lively flamenco dance course designed for new students they are running Monday evenings: INTRODUCTION TO FLAMENCO with RITMO FLAMENCO Mondays from 7:45 to 8:45pm January 7
Dance Ontario brings the Harbourfront Dance Weekend back another year with two days of dance. Over 25 unique performances performed by over 300 dancers and musicians, plus two world premieres from exciting new choreographic voices Makeda Benitez and Decades Collective.
The renowned Scannura family has designed a fun and lively flamenco dance course designed for new students interested in learning flamenco dance. INTRODUCTION TO FLAMENCO with RITMO FLAMENCO Mondays from 6:45-7:45pm Sept 10 – Nov 5 (8 weeks) (no class
Open Streets TO, the largest free recreation program of its kind in Canada, is is back this Sunday. Meet your community. Get active – We’re all supposed to get at least 2.5 hours of exercise per week, but many of us struggle
The Toronto International Flamenco Festival is back with a week long celebration of the Flamenco arts, including dance, guitar, and singing classes, live performances, and even a film series. The highlight of the Festival will be the Toronto debut of Flamenco
María Pagés, the most internationally renowned Flamenco artist in the world, will visit Toronto to present AUTORRETRATO at the Sony Centre on Saturday, March 30, 2013. Above: Maria fires up the stage in Michael Flatley’s Riverdance: “Neither the sky nor
Celebrate Dance Weekend’s 20th anniversary! Featuring ballet, b-boys and bharatanatyam, jazz, flamenco, contemporary, Middle Eastern, two premieres and much more that promise to dazzle and inspire you. Anchored by the delightful AKA Dance Company, various exciting youth groups take to
The 6th Annual Toronto International Flamenco Festival is underway and City TV Digital Correspondent Graeme O’Neil and entertainment anchor Mary Kitchen talk with Flamenco Festival founder Lionel Felix and hit the dance floor to learn the art of Flamenco dancing.