Valentine’s Day dance performance to celebrate love in Kelowna

The performance will take place at the Evangel Church Auditorium

To celebrate Valentine’s Day take part in a night out of dance.

The auditorium at the Evangel Church will host a night of mixed dance that includes contemporary, neo-classical, jazz, hip hop, flamenco and many more styles of dance.

To top off the evening, during the reception, there will be live music by Anna Jacyszyn Trio for all audience members to dance to or simply enjoy – all to follow the dance performance.

The dancers, who will be featured in this program of a mix of dance styles, will be those who are pursuing dance as a professional career and will be touring to Toronto in February to train with some of the most outstanding and leading Canadian professional dance artists.

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While In Toronto, the Mission Dance artists will have the opportunity to perform for artistic directors, choreographers, and directors of the major post-secondary professional dance institutions in Toronto. They will perform in the styles of ballet, contemporary, flamenco, hip hop just to name a few. They will be immersed in the study of ballet, pointe, repertoire, modern, contemporary, jazz, flamenco, jazz, and musical theatre at the following dance institutions: Pro Arte, School of Toronto Dance Theatre, Randolph Academy, Carmen Romero, Centennial College, Ballet Jorgen/George Brown College. These 13 selected MDC senior students travelling to Toronto this year will also have the opportunity to watch either in-studio demonstrations or live stage performances of acclaimed professional dance companies such Ballet Jorgen and The National Ballet of Canada.

Tickets are available at www.kelownatickets.com the event takes place Friday, Feb. 15 at 7:30 p.m.

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