Through the generosity of Lindy Green and Sam Chaiton, The Winchester Prize is presented for choreographic distinction and perceived potential for creative development. The prize winner will receive a cash award of $500, support to further develop their work with the guidance of a mentor, as well as the development of their work at the […]
2019-05-27T12:17:34+00:00May 27th, 2019|
As has long been our tradition, on Mother’s Day, May 12th, we celebrated our graduation day – this time for the class of 2019! The lovely ceremony in our theatre was genially hosted by emcees Tanveer Alam and Chloe Sandrelli.
Have a look at a few photos from graduation day!
Morgyn Aronyk-Schell and Emily Fonda, the class valedictorians, gave […]
2019-03-01T10:34:31+00:00February 28th, 2019|
MARCH 5-9, 2019 8PM at the Fleck Dance Theatre (Harbourfront Centre, 207 Queens Quay West)
We are proud to highlight Toronto Dance Theatre’s upcoming performance of Christopher House’s Persefony Songs, which will feature numerous School graduates: Sonja Boretski (2016), Alana Elmer (2002), Megumi Kokuba (2012), Pulga Muchochoma (2009), Margarita Soria (2016), Roberto Soria (2018), and Devon Snell […]
2019-03-01T11:06:43+00:00February 27th, 2019|
The School’s student body is made up of dancers from all over the country, and around the globe. This month, we decided to feature those of our current students who hail from Sudbury, Ontario, and nearby – first year students Alexander Koren and Hannah Pilon, and third year students Noah Blatt and Justin Fraser. […]
2019-03-01T10:28:44+00:00February 27th, 2019|
Helen Jones, a long-time, greatly valued member of our core faculty, recently decided to withdraw from teaching, at least for a while, and we miss her knowledgeable and authoritative insights into the Graham technique. Her experience as a member of the Martha Graham Dance Company gave her a deep understanding of the technique, which she […]
2019-01-18T11:14:51+00:00January 16th, 2019|
Our third year student, Tanveer Alam, was born and raised in Montreal, and started his dance training in the Indian classical dance form Kathak. Three years ago, he moved to Toronto at the age of 17, to study contemporary dance in our Professional Training Program.
We asked Tanveer about his time at the School:
“Being here has […]