Looks like around class time it’s going to be freezing rain. Stay home and stay safe!
Xmas Show tickets are on sale now @ the dance studio. Adults $15, Students $10,
Three Performances: Sat Dec 8, 2:00pm & 6:30pm, Sun Dec 9, 2:00pm
Preschool Creative dancers do not participate in the shows.
Primary Ballet dancers only do the June shows.
Christmas 2018 Recital @ The Charlotte St Arts Centre
Dec 7th, 4:30-6:30 Dress Rehearsal
Dec 8th, 2:00pm Performance. All dancers arrive @ 1:30pm
Dec 8th 6:30pm Performance. All dancers arrive @ 6:00pm
Dec 9th 2:00pm Performance. All dancers arrive @ 1:30pm
All Xmas shows & rehearsals are in the Auditorium @ The Charlotte St Arts Cent
*PLEASE NOTE: All rehearsals and performances are mandatory for students participating in the recitals.
A beautiful underwater performance by Julie Gautier. You can read more about the creation at this link.
Dancers interpret animal courtship.
From the archives of the National Film Board, and shared through on-line version of The Dance Current, Ballet Adagio is a classic dance film created by Norman McLaren. Check it out here.
The Dance Current website has a wonderful video archive. Browse to your heart’s content.
Watch this beautiful short video by Terry Beeman. Articulation to strive for.
A tribute to the phenomenal creator performer from a collective of musicians, choreographers, and dancers guided by Pierre Paul Savoie. You can be inspired here.
This documentary aired this morning on The Sunday Edition on CBC. Susan Slotnick, a 68-year old dancer from New York State, has been teaching dance to inmates at the Woodbourne Correctional Facility for the last seven years. This is a moving documentary (pardon the pun) that brings the transformative power of dance into focus. You can listen to the entire documentary here.
Photo by David Gupnick.