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We have begun a new year of our Professional Training Program, welcoming a wonderful incoming class of enthusiastic first year dancers, and looking back with pride at the accomplishments of our recent graduates.

Our stellar faculty are now enjoying working with returning students, as well as the new group of first year dancers who come to us from far and wide – across Canada, and from Israel, Japan, Mexico, and the U.S.A;  they were welcomed in with orientation activities organized for them by our energetic third year dancers.

Our faculty profile in this issue celebrates our gifted core faculty member and Resident Choreographer Julia Sasso, who has been busy with varied and exciting projects over the summer.

Also in this issue, we highlight our talented third year student, Yiming Cai, who was awarded our Kathryn Ash Scholarship last spring, and who spent part of his summer in Montreal, at the exciting Springboard Danse workshop.

I hope you enjoy reading about these exceptional individuals, and wish you all a wonderful and productive fall. 

Patricia Fraser
Patricia Fraser
Artistic Director
Julia Sasso and students of the School
Julia Sasso and students of the School
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The School's core faculty member and Resident Choreographer Julia Sasso had a very active summer, performing, mentoring, teaching, and rehearsing. In June, she was thrilled to appear with Danny Grossman in his “swan song” celebratory performance, Labour of Love (Its Innate Proclivities and Myriad Variations).

This fall, Julia is back to teaching at the School and York University, as well as getting ready to perform in Allison Cummings’ Exhale, set to premiere at Dancemakers from October 17 - 20, 2018.

Read full article here.
Yiming Cai
Yiming Cai © Timothy Yeung
Our students have different paths that lead them to dance. Third year student Yiming Cai, from Singapore, started his movement training competing in the ancient art of Wushu. He continued dancing at the Nanyang Technological University, where he graduated with a degree in Communication Studies, and was President of the NTU contemporary dance club.

An exceptional student, Yiming is the co-winner of the Kathryn Ash Scholarship, and is actively involved in all aspects of School life. 

Read Yiming's full story.
© Timothy Yeung
The fall term of our Young Dancers' Program has just begun and we may still have a few spots available, so sign up your wee ones today!

This unique, non-competitive creative movement and dance program is designed for kids and young people from 3 to 17. Dance and creative movement have infinite benefits for kids - from building confidence and body awareness, to boosting socialization, teamwork, creativity, and the ability to think outside the box.

Get in touch today to register or find out more.
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Let's dance this fall! We welcome adults of all ages and dance levels to our recreational dance programs.

Ready to try it out? Join one of Fundamentals of Dance I & II classes, which are great for beginners and those looking to jump past the novice level. Sign up for a 12-week Fundies course here.

Hope to channel your inner Martha Graham and get a good workout? Contemporary technique classes with Wendy Chiles are just for that - no registration necessary. See you in the studio!

Any questions or feedback? Please contact:
Colin Frotten | Communications & Engagement Manager | 416-967-6887 ext. 25     Like us  /schooloftdt     Follow us@schooloftdt     Follow us!  @schooloftdt
80 Winchester Street, Toronto, ON, Canada M4X 1B2 | 416-967-6887
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