Trillium dancers take to Capitol stage Saturday

Jennifyre’s Trillium School of Dance will present For The Love of Dance, its annual year end performance on Saturday.

For The Love of Dance appears at the Capitol Theatre in two shows Saturday.

Jennifyre’s Trillium School of Dance will present For The Love of Dance, its annual year end performance on Saturday at the Capitol Theatre with a matinee at 2:30 p.m. and evening show at 6:30 p.m.

With dancers from the Slocan Valley, South Slocan, Nelson, Ymir, and Salmo, For the Love of Dance provides a platform to present new works of all styles of dance, including modern, ballet, jazz, folkloric, hip hop, African, belly dance, Bollywood, improv, authentic movement and contemporary dance to create physically heartfelt and whimsical choreographies.

Featuring dancers of all ages, students will be sharing the culmination of this past year’s dance studies, expressing their love of dance while working across contemporary and cultural genres.

The evening show will also be showcasing special guests. In The Sticks is an Afro-sassy drum/dance collective and high energy performance troupe influenced by the drum and dance traditions of the culturally rich regions of West Africa.

Soul Fire Dance, founded by Shauna Robertson, will engage and inspire by bringing music to life with dynamic, traditional creative movement. Soul Fire is passionate about honouring the integrity of traditional and contemporary styles of dance.

This community of passionate dancers looks forward to sharing a rich and soulful evening with you.

 

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