Thursday, March 6, 2014

French folk dancing is alive and well in Toronto

"On an especially freezing Monday night, roughly 20 people braved the elements and made their way to the Hogtown Cure on the corner of Dufferin and Dundas. But it wasn't to sample the little cafe's coffee or pastries. They were there to dance and play music.

"Balfolk Toronto brings Western European folk dancing and music across the pond and offers Torontonians a taste of the lively Breton tradition that resembles a square dance. Emilyn Stam and Tangi Ropars founded Balfolk Toronto because of a shared love for the Balfolk tradition that each experienced while living in Europe..."

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