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Public Energy Performing Arts & Fall For Dance North
Toronto’s premier international dance festival returns to Peterborough for playful celebration of contemporary dance, circus, and juggling, set to live music. Fall for Dance North (FFDN), in partnership with Public Energy Performing Arts, presents the return of its striking outdoor performance series, Heirloom, at the Peterborough Square courtyard (340 George St. N.) at 4pm on Sept. 25, 2022. Full of whimsical and genre-blending choreography by Montréal’s visionary multidisciplinary artists Zack Martel and Santiago Rivera, this year’s full-length program, In Blue Rooms, features a fusion of juggling, contemporary circus, dance and object manipulation, set to a creative arrangement of familiar compositions from The Royal Conservatory musicians Daniel Hamin Go (cello), Michael Bridge (accordion) and Brad Cherwin (clarinet).
“Fall for Dance North is thrilled to be returning for its second annual presentation of Heirloom, in partnership with Public Energy Performing Arts,” says Ilter Ibrahimof, Artistic Director of Fall for Dance North. “What was born out of creative necessity in 2021, due to indoor gathering restrictions dictated by the global pandemic, grew into an inspirational and acclaimed outdoor performance series that we are all incredibly proud to be a part of. We are overjoyed to return with a new highly imaginative, full-length performance that promises to delight the senses in a beautiful new outdoor space in downtown Peterborough.”
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