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.
All of us at Artemis Dance Studio wish Cara Roy all the best and much love! Cara has been accepted into the Professional 3 year training program at the prestigious “Ecole de Danse Contemporaine” in Montreal. She won one of only 20 coveted positions. We will miss you Cara and we look forward to seeing you on the professional stage one day!!
Also, congratulations to Sophia Lupson! Sophia spent the summer studying at the National Ballet School in Toronto and was offered a position in the school. Well done Sophia!
Have a look at this classic modern piece,
performed outdoors to the music of
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker – Fase4/5
Great dress rehearsal on Sunday! Dancers, thanks for your hard work. Parents, thanks for your patience.
Dancers if you want to make some last minute notes on your work, have a look at the Artemis Dance Studio YouTube channel. We’ve posted some rehearsals from Sunday’s long and fruitful day… Enjoy the sneak peek and the chatty teachers! See you all at the show next weekend.
Get your hip hop groove on! This group knows how to bring it. See the full deal on YouTube here.
Take a Cyr wheel, an amazing movement artist, and an incredible cellist, in a beautiful space, and what do you get? Magic
Get your energy up by viewing this video from Alonzo King’s Lines Ballet.