Training - Online
Ideal for the student who has never studied ballet or had had a long hiatus and wants to get back to ballet!
No previous experience needed!
Online class only for your safety and convenience!
Wednesdays May 4 – June 29/22
9 one-hour online classes at 6 – 7 p.m. for $254.25 (includes HST)
Space in each class is limited. Registration is on a “first come” basis.
Please register for the class of your choice as soon as possible to ensure your spot.
Module 2 of Moving Connections: Dancing Collected Stories starts March 27th!
In these free online workshops, community participants collaborate with a team of community leaders & professional dancers to express themselves through their own movement experiences.
Moving Connections is open to all ages and mobility levels – no dance experience required! Closed Captioning is provided in the main Zoom room. Join us Sundays on Zoom from 10-11am EST and experience some “collective joy”.
a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen.
“He began to dance in the hope of unleashing something magnificent.”
Hope is believing something will work, even in the face of uncertainty – it is a powerful force that can create a more beautiful world. In dance, hope can be an unstoppable fuel for the soul.
A multimedia experience, Propeller Dance's Frame of Mind features three videos, Propeller Dance's Frame of Mind, and two works from guest artists: You&Us and P&G. Each video explores mental health through dance. With work from Cara Spooner, Ed Hanley, Jesse Stewart, and Shara Weaver, these videos bring awareness to societal barriers and stigma around mental health.
"Homecoming – Pag-uwî" from Danah Rosales and Justin De Luna
If you missed the premiere event for Homecoming – Pag-uwî from Danah Rosales and Justin de Luna, not to worry! You can now explore the exhibit online at any time!
on the MOVE / danseTRANSIT includes both English and French-speaking presenters, artists and panelists with simultaneous English/French translation, with simultaneous English/French interpretation, and ASL/LSQ .
In partnership with Digidance, Harbourfront Centre announces the North American premiere of the digital broadcast of South African dance company Via Katlehong Dance and contemporary choreographer Gregory Maqoma's Via Kanana, streaming February 16 – March 6, 2022. Pulsing with rhythmic vibrancy, eight dancers combine the traditional, high-energy dance of Pantsula (born out of South African protest) with tap, step and gumboot - a miners' dance based on handstrokes on the thighs and calves - into an exhilarating exploration of the problems and promise of their homeland.