Dance promotes fitness, imparts poise and creates self-confidence. Join us on the dance floor and discover the magic of dance! We have fantastic teachers, amazing musicians and an atmosphere that inspires learning. See you in class!
We are happy to announce the winners of the 2015 Rich Little Endowment Fund for the Performing Arts, provided by the City of Ottawa to The School of Dance for administration: Robin Treleaven and A.J. Ayson.
The School of Dance is proud to collaborate with the City of Ottawa in the important role of supporting young dance artists.
Congrats Robin and A.J!
The School gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the City of Ottawa.
Dances By Youth For Youth is a mentoring project coordinated and produced by The School of Dance with the generous support of the OCDSB.
Featuring students from AY Jackson Secondary School, Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School, Bell High School, Woodroffe High School, Canterbury High School and École secondaire publique De La Salle in performance with Compagnie ODD, Lawless Dance Co., and dance artists Annabel Boissonneault and Alya Graham.
A charming family event at The School of Dance featuring our youngest students.
Sunday, December 6, 2015, 3:00pm
Celia Franca Studio, The School of Dance, 200 Crichton Street, Ottawa
Tickets on sale at The School of Dance
A dynamic performance of dance works created by some of Canada's leading contemporary choreographers, including Peggy Baker and Emmanuel Jouthe, performed by students in our Contemporary Dance Diploma Programme.
Friday, December 18 & Saturday, December 19, 2015, 7:30pm
Ministry of Culture for Ontario, Canada Council for the Arts, Cultural Human Resources Council, Ministry of Culture for Ontario, Ontario Arts Council, Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion, Ontario Trillium Foundation, The Ontario Arts Foundation, City of Ottawa, The Celia Franca Foundation, The Chawkers Foundation, Cold Nose Productions, The Harold Crabtree Foundation, The George Lunan Foundation, The Community Foundation of Ottawa, Acacia Fund, Gunther & Inge Abrahamson Fund, Betty Davison Fund, The Ottawa Citizen, Shirley and Stuart Conger, Joyce Conger Fund for the Arts, MDS Nordion, Canada Post Corporation, J.P. Bickell Foundation, TD Canada Trust, Cross Border Management, TELUS, CIBC, mbna, Victoria and Walter Prystawski, Michael Potter, Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP, Bridgewater Systems, Spiteri & Ursulak LLP, Kathleen Grimes, Iain Trevena, anonymous, Anonymous
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Ottawa Seniors, Dance is BEST
We are excited to announce the launch of our unique new Dance Programme for Ottawa Seniors, Dance is BEST, in collaboration with Bruyère Continuing Care and funded by the Government of Ontario as part of the Seniors Community Grant Program! PDF
I Love The School of Dance Campaign
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The School of Dance is a registered, non-profit charitable, educational organization currently celebrating its 37th anniversary season.