On the advice of the Vice-President and Provost of the University of Toronto, Hart House Theatre in concert with the student executive of The Festival of Dance are cancelling the 2020 performances. Over 200 dancers now perform each year during
Discover Dance is a free, all-ages, lunch hour discussion series where you will be introduced to some of Toronto’s incredible dance artists. Gain insights from dancers, choreographers, dance historians, and other experts to help demystify the art form’s practices today.
An International Dance Education Expo to showcase African, Indian, Middle Eastern, Latin and Japanese Dance Styles in Ajax Ontario. 2:30 pm – 2:50 pm Bharathanatyam Dance Workshop by Arunodhaya Dance Academy Bharatanatyam (one of the oldest Indian Classical Dance forms) workshop
Discover Dance continues its partnership with Nova Dance, opening its doors to the community and schools by co-presentingDiscover Dance, a free, all-ages, lunch hour discussion series where you will be introduced to some of Toronto’s incredible dance artists. Do you feel as
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
The students at the University of Toronto pursuing careers in various academic disciplines are remarkably talented. Their need to balance their workload of essays and formulas with physical expression has evolved over the last 12 years into Canada’s largest University dance