Held over by popular demand, Blind Date has been extended for a third week, Mar. 9 through Mar. 12. After a sold-out run in 2009, audiences will have four additional opportunities in 2010 to see Northan’s brilliant improvisational mastery. More »
During Black History Month, Toronto’s leading black dance company, COBA (Collective of Black Artists) presents Diasporic Dimensions, running Friday, February 26 through Sunday, February 28, 2010 at Harbourfront Centre’s Fleck Dance Theatre.
The program explores the richness of Africa and the Diaspora, from Mali to Haiti as it premieres 3 new works and reprises Maa Keeba, co-Artistic Director BaKari E. Lindsay’s tribute to the late legendary singer Miriam Makeba. More »
Creative Arts Workshop
Theme: Fire in Winter
In the darkness and cold of winter, fire brings heat and life. Working with the theme of fire, we will explore how our own creative energy can illuminate and energize us.
Workshop: This workshop offers artists and non-artists a chance to engage with a variety of art forms, including movement, dance, drawing, and poetry, both individually and as a group. The aim is to stimulate creativity and enjoy the process of art making with a sense of play in a supportive atmosphere. No experience with the arts is necessary. Opportunities for breaks, meditation, journaling, and personal reflection are provided throughout the workshop. More »
Award-winning dancer and choreographer Peggy Baker unveils confluence – a triptych of dance works inspired by the work of Montreal visual artist Sylvia Safdie and by the science essays of Lewis Thomas in his ’70s classic, The Lives of a Cell. More »
Sundays in Jan. and Feb, 6pm at Somewhere There
Eve Egoyan – piano, Tilman Lewis – ‘cello, Nilan Perera – guitar/fx/preparations, Nicole Rampersaud – trumpet, Ronda Rindone – clarinets, Joe Sorbara – drums/percussion
n.b. please check www.soundlist.ca for updated info on attendance e.g. Eve will be away on the first Sunday.