WIT (Winnipeg Independent Theatre collective) and we are looking to hire a part-time Project Co-ordinator for a one-year term. If anyone is looking for some very interesting and flexible part-time admin hours, we’d love you to apply.
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The Dance Method is a brand new competitive and recreational dance studio in Winnipeg, in the East Kildonan area, opening late May 2019.
The Dance Method is an innovative dance experience bridging the gap between the training of a “competition” dancer and a “professional” dancer. Giving students the tools and exploration they need to enter the professional dance world with confidence and versatility. TDM is here to expand the knowledge of dance and allow all students to explore a wide range of different and innovative styles. The Dance Method prides itself on offering a positive and inclusive environment for all ages, with a focus on team building, versatility and performance methods. TDM is here to provide a dance experience like no other. See you in class!
The Dance Method is currently looking for faculty positions specifically for Ballet, Tap and Preschool classes.
Click here for the posting for Pre-school/Creative Movement Teacher
Click here for the posting for Ballet Teacher.
Winnipeg, April 26-28
Bulgarian & International dance teacher Jaap Leegwater, along with his partner Mea Nordenfelt will lead a weekend dance workshop April 26-28. It will include Bulgarian and other folk dances from the Balkan region. Jaap, based in Amsterdam, comes highly recommended by those who have been at his workshops in the past. Mea, an experienced dance teacher, group leader and dance therapistfrom Stockholm will also be teaching several dances.
The weekend is sponsored by the Manitoba International Folk Dance Association and includes Friday night, Saturday, and Sunday sessions and a Saturday dance party with live and recorded music. You can register for individual sessions or the whole weekend. All events will take place at Churchill Park United Church, 525 Beresford at Nasau. See brochure for details or contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Canada, we are coming back with one of the most breathtaking ballet productions of all time. This death-defying love story, “Giselle”, is a masterpiece in two acts with music by Adolphe Adam, and choreography by Marius Petipa, from Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot.
First created in 1884 for the Imperial Russian Ballet, Petipa’s definitive version was performed by the Russian Ballets (Ballets Russes) in 1910 at the Palais Garnier. The role of “Giselle” is one of the most sought-after characters in ballet. It demands both technical perfection, and outstanding grace, as well as great dramatic skill.
In the first act, Giselle has to convey the innocence and love of a country girl, and the heartbreak of being betrayed. In the second act Giselle must seem otherworldly yet loving and forgiving.
Today one of the most accomplished dancers to perform this role is the world-famous Petra Conti, the prima ballerina for The Great Russian Ballet, previously with Mariinsky, LA Scala and Los Angeles Ballet. The role of Prince Albert will be performed by Alexandr Stoyanov known as one of the most skilled, gracious and dramatic principal dancers in the world. On this Canadian tour, they will be joined by an all-star cast of 40 highly skilled ballet dancers from Moscow, all trained in the Vaganova method.
Enjoy a fantastic journey, through epically decorated sets, fabulous costumes and a masterful
choreography, that leads the heart through this touching and deeply romantic love story.
April 24, 7:30 PM - Centennial Concert Hall
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