M-DO is now capable of accepting e-transfer payments for class and, as it is set up with auto deposit, NO security answer is needed!
Simply click on firstname.lastname@example.org and you are done!!
In keeping with our mandate of kathak creation that is fresh and imaginative, our 2018 Traditions Alive recital presented KETEVAN, on December 14, 2018.
This TRUE story of a resolute 15th Century Queen from Eastern Georgia, was a success! Our sold out audience loved the continuity of a story, and a story they were completely unfamiliar with. Seemlessly woven together with images and narration, the story traveled from the queen as a young girl named Maia, to the exiled Queen, protector of her people.
Our school continues to train kathak dancers at the highest artistic level and our new spring 2019 sessions begin the week of March 25. Winter has been tough – Spring will be glorious!!!
M-DO/KathakToronto is pleased to announce an artistic collaboration and partnership close to our heart, a festival of STORYTELLING!
One of Kathak dancers favourite things to do!
You may find out information on the entire festival, now in its 40th year. Venues throughout the city come alive from March 2-24, 2019 with storytellers that are local, national and international. www.torontostorytellingfestival.ca
On Monday March 18 see KathakToronto dancers as we open for a fantastic collaboration of storytelling, DJ-ing and dance, at the Alliance Francaise
24 Spadina Ave. Show begins at 7:30 pm
This intimate space is filling up BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW!!!
Excerpts of our two newest works are posted in our GALLERY! Check them!
1- AMALAGAM -the newest work by flamenco dancer Esmeralda Enrique and kathak dancer Joanna de Souza -with stellar musicians Ian de Souza, Maryem Hassan-Tollar, Caroline Plante and Santosh Naidu
Many thanks to the Toronto Arts Council and Danceworks
2-BARDO, our largest collaboration to date, which toured India in January/February 2018!
Many thanks to Canada Council for the Arts
Simply click on our Gallery button and enjoy!