Dance

Reaching the World Through Dance

Before COVID-19 Gurdeep Pandher had never considered teaching an online class.“I had always believed that to be effective classes needed to be taught in-person,” he explained. Despite that hesitation Pandher, who teaches bhangra, decided to give the world of online teaching a try. He hosted his first online class in March.

Getting nutty

 Go Nuts show created by the students of The Heart of Riverdale is an opportunity for the community to celebrate the successes of our students, which contributes to their self-confidence.

Step outside your comfort zone and into their world

  Out Innerspace Dance Theatre will present Bygones at the Yukon Arts Centre on July 9 at 7 p.m. Created and performed by David Raymond and Tiffany Tregarthen (in collaboration with Elya Grant, David Harvey and Renée Sigouin), this 90-minute performance is a tribute to the effort required to reach resolution. Focusing on how everything …

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Things that go bump in the night

Renowned dancer Peggy Baker brings her new show to Whitehorse on March 13 Relieved – that’s how Peggy Baker feels to be bringing her latest choreography to the stage after more than a year of preparing for it.  “We’re so ready to do this,” she said over the phone, two weeks before who we are in …

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Just Dance

The upcoming edition of Leaping Feats’ annual year-end dance show, Dancing Through Life 2018, will be taking place over four nights, with one show per day from May 31 until June 3.

Ramble in T.O.

  My dance practice is rooted in uncultivated, wild, outdoor spaces. I often perform site-specific dances outdoors for audiences and/or camera. However, my latest collaborative project, Ramble (45 min), was performed last month inside a black box theatre in a busy city (Toronto), within a busy theatre and dance festival (the 25th edition of SummerWorks). …

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