Conservatory Performances and Outreach 

The Conservatory is dedicated to making the arts accessible for the enjoyment, enrichment and education of all community members, irrespective of age, ability, race, ethnicity, gender identity or socioeconomic status.  

 

Our dancers are delighted to share their artistry with the community.

We are frequent performers at festivals, senior residences, schools and community centres, and at events like Culture Days, Family Day, International Dance Day and Kingston Pride. 

We offer performances and cultural engagement services on a no-cost or donation basis.  

We believe that finances should not be a barrier to sharing dance with our community.

UPCOMING  CONSERVATORY COMMUNITY EVENTS AND PERFORMANCES

June 13th, 2020: Kingston 2020 Pride Parade.  The Conservatory is celebrating love, inclusion, equality and the tremendous contributions of the LGBTQ+ community to dance and the arts as we march in the annual Pride Parade.  Come out and cheer us on -- or better yet, join us!!!  All are welcome.  Time and Parade mustering details to come as we receive details from organizers.

June 21st, 2020:  The entire Conservatory community performs in our annual gala performance, Ad Lucem, a celebration of light, hope, truth and inspiration, featuring the ballet Giselle.  Time:  3:00 p.m. Location:  The Grand Theatre.  Tickets on sale at the Grand Theatre website on May 1st, 2020:  www.kingstongrand.ca.

PAST CONSERVATORY PERFORMANCES

The Conservatory was thrilled to invite the entire Kingston community for a celebration of courage, kindness, love -- and a whole lot of magic -- at our gala performance Happily Ever After, at the Grand Theatre.  This family-friendly, inclusive performance was presented by Conservatory dance artists of all ages and abilities, and culminated in a presentation of the full-length fairytale ballet, Cinderella.  Audience members were transported to a land of tiny dancing pumpkins, mischievous mice, brave bluebirds, winged horses, regal princesses and noble fairies who helped Cinderella to see that she had all the magic she needed right inside.  Enjoy this clip from Cinderella, courtesy of Tony Hicks, to see the the wonder, beauty, joy and friendship that The Conservatory shares with the community.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT, EDUCATION AND OUTREACH

The Conservatory is pleased to offer dance outreach, education and engagement experiences, such as Ballet Behind the Scenes talks, lectures, demonstrations, classes, interactive dance events and community workshops for all ages and abilities.  

 

For example, in Ballet Behind the Scenes, we peek behind the curtain into the magical world of ballet and its timeless fairytale classics, such as CinderellaThe Nutcracker and The Snow Maiden.  Join us as we journey to magical lands full of Waltzing Flowers and Dancing Snow to watch enchanted characters like the Fairy Godmother, Cinderella, Prince  and Sugar Plum Fairy perform.  We'll invite you join in the fun as we learn and perform together choreography from  these iconic ballets, like the lively Candy Canes or Mice dances!

 

Dancers of every age have their wishes come true, as they try on professional costumes and have their pictures taken with ballerinas and danseurs from The Conservatory. Community members can also explore how pointe shoes are made, try on tiaras, make ballet-themed crafts and enjoy the wonder of dance.  Conservatory community events are always a huge hit with all adults and kids alike!

 Experience the wonder of a Conservatory community performance with this beautiful sneak peek at our original ballet, Cinderella.  Just click on any photo for a close-up!

 

We are pleased to offer sensory-friendly performances to those with sensitivities, and will also perform in non-traditional dance and community spaces.  

 

Our sincere thanks to Eden Grove Photography for documenting the generosity and artistry of our wonderful dancers. With Courage, Kindness and Love, you can truly create Magic!

As artists, we are also committed to ongoing artistic   growth, professional development and creative exploration.

 

 We are eager to partner with other like-minded artists to create original programming and performance works that foster the growth of the arts in our region.
 

Want to learn more about working with The Conservatory, hosting an education and outreach event, or having us perform for your group?

 

Please reach out to us using the details on our Contact page,

or by clicking the button below.  

 

Let's explore how we can share the joy of dance together!

The Conservatory, at H'art Centre

237 Wellington Street

Kingston, Ontario   K7K 0B5

Telephone:

(613) 545-9269

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Eden Grove Photography, Dana Orr, 

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