B. Arts has connected several local dance professionals and schools to 5 different festivals this Spring and Summer! Check our their performances, and classes locations below.
May 26th to 28th – CARASSAUGA FESTIVAL OF CULTURES – Brazil Pavilion
Capoeira, Samba, Forró and other dance styles performance, classes, and activities on stage and in the pavilion. Come visit us at our booth. Website: www.carassauga.com/pavilion/brazil
June 3rd to 4th – LULAWORLD 2017 & DUNDAS FEST
The event starts on June 1st, and the Saturday and Sunday will be filled with amazing Forró bands and dance classes. A Forró dance class and performance will take place at the outdoor stage of the Dundas West Fest on Saturday from 9pm, and on Sunday from 8:30pm at Lula Lounge. Website: www.lulaworld.ca
July 23rd – TORONTO INTERNATIONAL BRAZILFEST
Canada’s Largest Brazilian Cultural Event – BrazilFest will complete its 14th Annual Expression on the Sunday at the Earlscourt Park in Toronto. The rhythms of Brazil will be expressed and celebrated with the help of a diverse and high-quality team of dance performers and bands. Enjoy Samba, Capoeira, Forro dance performances and classes on stage! Come visit us at our booth. Website: www.brazilfest.ca
July 28th to August 7th – FESTIVAL KOMPA ZOUK ONTARIO
This annual Summer Festival, is Ontario’s largest gathering of local, national and international French-Caribbean performers. The festival celebrates French-Caribbean culture through music, dance, cuisine, visual arts and many others components which demonstrate the magnitude and diversity of Canadian heritage. Samba and Capoeira Workshops and Performances on August 4th and 5th between 3:30 and 7 pm.Come visit us at our booth. Website: www.fkzo.ca
Host a Workshop or a Performance. Get Involved!
If you are a local business owner, an event organizer, or an entertainment venue manager thinking of hosting a dance workshop, please contact us. We can direct you through this process at no cost.
This initiative aims to: 1) promote the Brazilian dance styles in Canada; 2) connect professionals; 3) create greater economic and partnership opportunities for our local Brazilian dance community.
Contact us today to make this happen!