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Young Centre’s Waves Festival

June 3rd, 2010     by Desirée O     Comments

A collaborative explosion of creativity between Toronto and its artists.

June 18th, 19th and 20th. ALL EVENTS FREE!

Over a hundred of Toronto’s established, emerging and youth artists come together under one roof for a multidisciplinary explosion of original works and creative happenings. Artistic disciplines, cultures, and generations blur as Toronto audiences and artists share their creative spark.

Ranging from choreographed pieces inspired by simple, everyday tasks, to vocalists disguised as architectural wonders, to bedtime stories and site-specific theatre, New Waves offers something for all ages and interests, free of charge.

Programmed by the Young Centre’s 12 Resident Artists including Waleed Abdulhamid, David Buchbinder, Roberto Campanella, Andrew Craig, Weyni Mengesha, John Millard, Cluaida Moore, Andrea Nann, Patricia O’Callaghan, Soheil Parsa, Noah Richler, and Suba Sukatran (who will be featured in Shameless Women next week).

Filling every corner of the building, the festival will feature a vast array of new, original 15-minute works in that will engage every age and every taste in every imaginable way!

To find out more, you can visit the Young Centre website or the Luminato website.

You can also become a fan of The Young Center on Facebook or follow them on Twitter.

Mood Swings.

Kate Alton and Waleed Abdulhamid in Virtuosic Toronto.

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