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CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED FALL FOR DANCE NORTH RETURNS TO THE SONY CENTRE OCTOBER 5-7, 2016

Last fall, Toronto welcomed its first three-day dance festival to critical acclaim and an enthusiastic, sold out audience of nearly 10,000 people. Returning for its second season, Fall for Dance North will take over the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts from October 5-7 and will feature 11 acclaimed Canadian and international dance companies, including two festival commissions by Ottawa-based dancer/choreographer Natasha Bakht, and Toronto-based competitive ballroom dancer Maria Shalvarova and her partner Alon Gilin.

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FALL FOR DANCE NORTH AND UNION ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP TO EXPAND ANNUAL FESTIVAL TO COMMUTERS

Toronto’s commuters will have a little “pep in their step” this fall as Canada’s renowned dance festival, Fall For Dance North (FFDN) announces a partnership with Union to deliver extended programming in the station’s West Wing. “FFDN at UNION” will offer free dance and music programming at peak times beginning Sept. 16, 2017 – all part of FFDN’s mission to help promote and support the dance artform.

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FALL FOR DANCE NORTH ANNOUNCES PROGRAMMING DETAILS FOR ITS THIRD SEASON OCTOBER 4 – 6, WITH TICKETS ON SALE STARTING JUNE 21 AT 10AM

One of the most anticipated festivals in Toronto returns for its third season and the programming lineup will have audiences “jazzed” up. Fall for Dance North (FFDN) announces a dynamic lineup of performances taking place over three nights at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts from October 4 to 6, 2017.

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FALL FOR DANCE NORTH ANNOUNCES PROGRAMMING DETAILS FOR ITS SECOND SEASON OCTOBER 5 – 7, WITH TICKETS ON SALE STARTING AUGUST 12 at 10am

Fall for Dance North announces a dynamic lineup of performances for its second season at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts from October 5 to 7, 2016. This year’s event, co-presented by the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, features 10 internationally acclaimed dance companies from Canada and around the world, along with free workshops by all participating companies and key Artist Talks, in addition to a special matinee performance – all part of this year’s expanded programming.

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