Toronto Dance Theatre (TDT) is presenting “Convergent Divergency,” a collection of works that showcase the talents of emerging choreographers. The show, which runs from March 23 to April 1, 2023, will feature four pieces created by up-and-coming artists who were selected through a competitive process. The works reflect a diverse range of styles and approaches to dance, and highlight the unique perspectives of each choreographer.
The first piece in the program is “The Wind Shifts,” choreographed by Meredith Kalaman. The piece explores the theme of change and transformation, with dancers moving in unexpected ways and creating intricate patterns across the stage. The second piece, “BIO,” is choreographed by Jasmyn Fyffe and explores the relationship between the body and the natural world. Through expressive movements and vivid imagery, Fyffe creates a captivating and thought-provoking work.
The third piece, “The Deeper We Go,” is choreographed by Pulga Muchochoma and features a fusion of contemporary and African dance styles. The piece explores themes of community and connection, with dancers moving together in a dynamic and energetic display. Finally, the program concludes with “In Search of the Invisible,” choreographed by Mate Meszaros. The piece uses a combination of live music and dance to explore the idea of perception and the unseen forces that shape our lives. Overall, “Convergent Divergency” promises to be a captivating and exciting showcase of emerging talent in the world of dance.