BC Culture Days

Broken Rhythms artistic/executive director Dyana Sonik-Henderson has been selected as one of 10 artists from across the province to be a Culture Days ambassador. Each artist will be presenting an activity during the Culture Days weekend and act as a spokesperson for Culture Days in their community, creating valuable connections and opportunities for collaboration. To find out more about Culture Days, go to www.culturedays.ca. To connect with Dyana about Culture Days events, email brokenrhythmsvictoria@gmail.com

We will be offering two events in Victoria for Culture Days!!!

Rust- Dance class for 60+

Location: Raino Dance 715 Yates Street, Victoria, BC V8W 1L6

Time: Friday September 27 9:30-10:45 am

This event is free

Rust is a contemporary dance class designed for dancers and movers over the age of 60+. This low impact class focuses on body awareness, healthy body patterns and the use of one’s body in storytelling. Taking place at Raino Dance, this class includes a warm up, cross floor and a combo. Led by Lynda Raino and Dyana Sonik-Henderson this class helps bridge the generations while making dance accessible to anyone who wants to dance or continue to dance in a supportive and safe environment.

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Rhythmical Contemporary open level Dance Class

Location: Dance Victoria 2750 Quadra St, Victoria BC V8T 4E8

Time: Saturday September 28 6-7:15 pm

This event is free

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Created by Broken Rhythms artistic director Dyana Sonik-Henderson, Rhythmical Contemporary is a style that was born and developed in Victoria, BC. Influences include Jazz, Contemporary and Hip Hop with inspiration from animalistic movement and a focus on connecting mind, music and body.
*(MUST PRE REGISTER) email: brokenrhythmsvictoria@gmail.com

**Can’t make the workshop? Don’t worry we will be live streaming it through the Broken Rhythms Victoria Society Facebook page.

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We invite you to take part in Canada’s largest public participation campaign for the arts! Celebrate arts, culture, and heritage in your community through free interactive events on the last Friday of September and subsequent Saturday and Sunday each year!

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