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The Citadel

304 Parliament Street

Toronto, ON M5A 4L2

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Choreographer: William Yong / Zata Omm Dance Projects
Dancer: Johanna Bergfelt


SKOW is an acronym derived from 'Some Kinds Of Wonder'. This choreographic work is inspired by those things in Johanna Bergfelt's life that define a sense of wonderment and fascination. It is an imaginative, theatrical and visually intense choreographic work creatively exploring these fascinating and wonderful aspects of life.

...Yong, who is gifted at transforming the familiar into something fresh and provocative, laced with sharp irony and driven by a strong musical connection. - Patricia Van Bolderen

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The Citadel

304 Parliament Street

Toronto, ON M5A 4L2

Canada

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Citadel + Compagnie is a dance organization with its home, The Citadel: Ross Centre for Dance, embedded within the Regent Park community of downtown Toronto. Through its creation, curation and cultivation of contemporary dance, C+C’s mission is to make a significant and lasting contribution to dance in Canada.The company’s vision is for exceptional dance to reach diverse communities and audiences and foster ongoing dialogue between artists and the public.

 Led by Artistic Director, Laurence Lemieux, the organization supports the artistic activities of its dance company, its performing arts series, and its training program. At its core, the company commits to the creation and production of innovative and accessible original works of dance, emphasizing the development of new work by resident choreographer James Kudelka and by Laurence Lemieux. Through remount initiatives, the company dedicates itself to the preservation of important Canadian dance work, making available iconic repertoire to a new generation of dancers. 


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