International Dance Day - Pearson Airport
Kinetic Elements is happy to announce that they will be performing at Pearson Airport, Terminal 1 on Thursday April 29th- International Dance Day. See you at 1:oopm!
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Here is the latest video from our Launch Party that we had a month ago TODAY! Thanks to all who came out and showed their support! Stay tuned for more!
We are giving you a behind the scenes look! Check out Kinetic Elements at rehearsal.
We had a great time last night. Thank you for all the supporters who came out in the cold rain to see Kinetic Elements. A big thank you to the companies who donated services and goods:
QIP – Burlington
Rhythm Spa – www.rhythmspa.ca
OIP Dance – www.oipdance.com
Me to We Style – www.metowestyle.com
It was a fun night full of dance, music and fun. Stay tuned for what is coming next!
Here are some pictures from the night…
Photo Credit: Anil Phulesar
Kinetic Elements Launch Party
Where: Dovercourt House
805 Dovercourt Rd
When: Doors open at 6:30pm and Performances start at 8pm
Get ready to launch!
Kinetic Elements is in the Toronto Fringe Festival this year. Come on out for fun, drinks and see some of our current works in progress and finished pieces.
Drinks, dancing and mingling afterwards.
Kinetic Elements is pleased to announce some wonderful prizes to give away at the launch party!
Free Dance Classes
Free Massage and other spa services!
Free Photo shoot
ANNNNNND lots more!! Don’t miss out!
See you tonight!
Kinetic Elements will be performing Antevasin full length for the first time ever. Come out to see this World Premiere! We are a part of the What Are You Doing Down There? Festival. Some things got switched around, but 100% we are performing on Sunday, February 21st! People have been saying many great things about Antevasin, you don’t want to miss it!
Find out more about this wonderful festival here!
Ashley has been studying, creating and performing in dance for over 15 years. She received her professional dance training at York University where she had the experience of performing with diverse choreographers from the Canadian dance community.
Ashley spent several years traveling and competing in dance across Canada and the United States with great success, receiving numerous awards and scholarships. She has taught locally as a youth and teen dance instructor, and has choreographed several high school student theatre productions.
Ashley has performed across the GTA in festivals and events, including the Fringe Festival of Independent Dance Artists (fFIDA). Her involvement with renowned artists, including the Peggy Baker Dance Projects and the National Ballet School of Canada continues to influence her growth as a performer, teacher and choreographer.
Any of the classic ’50′s musicals – High Society, Singin’ in the Rain….
Martha Graham expressed it best in a letter to Agnes DeMille:
“No artist is pleased.
There is no satisfaction whatever at any time.
There is only a queer, divine dissatisfaction;
a blessed unrest that keeps us marching
and makes us more alive than the others.”
Becoming a Mum
Sleeping in, Starbucks, sunshine, a little solitude, a lot of laughter, a great meal, good friends. An adventure, a surprise, a challenge. Cupcakes. An amazing technique class, an inspiring rehearsal, a moment on stage, or a slow dance in my kitchen… as long as I’m dancing!
Daniel started dancing at the age of five when he was first introduced to Polish folklore dance through the Lechowia Polish-Canadian Folk Dance Company. He was then introduced to Latin ballroom dance within the Company and has continued it passionately ever since. Daniel has traveled to Europe, South America, Mexico, Canada and several U.S. states for dance festivals and competitions.
Daniel is currently a dance major at York University studying mainly Ballet and Modern. As part of his program, he has taken and continues to practice conditioning for body strength, improvisation, and performance classes.
His goal is to eventually perform on stage, whether it be dance, theater or musicals.
Pasta. Especially when I get to create my own sauces from scratch!
My entire family had danced in a Polish folklore dance company. From there I was introduced to Latin Ballroom where I finally felt a connection to something where I could express myself. And I have been dancing ever since!
People who support me
Can you imagine?
Alarm clock beeping in the mornings!