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
“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
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!
Toronto Dance instructor Valentin Mirosh trained Oakville teenager Joana Cardoso at Viva Dance for the MTV reality series “Made”, a show about making dreams come true. In just four weeks Joana Cardoso was “Made” into a ballroom dancer. During past
Dancesport instructors Andrei and Natale Paramonov, Amateur Latin champions Kamil Studenny and Katya Trubina, and Junior 10-dance champions Winson Tam and Anna Kus, all from Toronto, participated in the recently televised American’s Ballroom Challenge 2007. Andrei and Natale placed an astounding third place out of hundreds of couples in both the
Nick Lazzarini wins “So You Think You Can Dance” Wednesday Oct. 8, 2005 FOX teamed up with the creators of AMERICAN IDOL and the producers of “The American Music Awards” and “American Bandstand” on the ultimate search for the nation’s
TLC gives viewers an inside look into ballroom dancing and the sweat, rigor and personal determination necessary for success in BALLROOM BOOTCAMP, premiering Friday, October 7, 2005 at 10 PM (ET/PT). In this series, filmed at Danceland Studio in Hollywood, California,