dZouk Productions announced today that it will be attending the Dutch Zouk congress in Breda, Holland 23-27 Oct 2014. Join dZouk on this tour and take advantage of our group rate. Learn from the world’s best Zouk teachers and party to the tunes of the world’s best Zouk DJs.
Event Info and Group Rates
By popular demand we are bring back to you our signature theme party. We dance Zouk from the inside out. So, let’s have a Zouk party and dress-up inside out! Reverse your clothes, wear your underclothes on the outside – the possibilities are limitless!
Come join us at this friendly event and have fun with Toronto’s Zouk community.
- Free Intermediate Zouk lesson: 9:15-10pm
- Costume competition: 11:30pm
- Social dancing till 2am with DJ Darius, playing his finest music collection.
Dovercourt House, 3rd floor
805 Dovercourt House, Toronto ON
(Please note, there is a strict no outside alcohol in effect at Dovercourt House )
Party Theme: Inside Out!
Prize for the best costume!
dZouk Productions is proud to announce that its Vision Dance Program will be open to the entire blind community beginning on September 21st!
These 4-week social dance courses will give blind and partially sighted people the tools to participate in our vibrant, social Zouk community.
- Sundays 11am-12:30pm
- Sept 21, 2014 – Oct 12, 2014
- Nov 2, 2014 – Nov 23, 2014
Location: CNIB Offices, 929 Bayview Ave, Toronto
Cost: $40 for 4 lessons
Registration: vision @ dzouk.com or contact us
Featured Zouk stars Gert & Charlotte from Amsterdam taught a sold-out rooftop workshop last week in Toronto!
With over 30 people in attendance, the atmosphere, BBQ, and people worked in perfect harmony to create an unforgettable night. We are so happy to have hosted these wonderful people and instructors in Toronto!
The August 8th Around the World Zouk Party was a RESOUNDING Success!
One of the largest Epic Theme Parties to date, the party featured many people dressed up in their country’s colors or flags and foods from all around the world. Community members also showcased different dance styles from around the world in our Dance Parade!
Highlights of the parade:
- Lindy Hop
- West Coast Swing
- Argentine Tango
- Brazilian Zouk (by Guests Gert and Charlotte from Amsterdam)
- Hula Hoop
- Cha Cha
Darius and Laura of dZouk Production will perform and teach at Toronto Open Swing and Hustle Championships 2014.
RSVP and Details: Facebook Event
Join dZouk for another epic Zouk Party in Toronto.
RSVP: Facebook Event
dZouk is expanding its cast for the acclaimed “See Inside Me” dance production! After a successful and extremely well received debut performance, it’s time for more. Are you interested in performing Zouk locally and out of town? Do you like being part of a show that fuses dance genres and has a strong element of theatre? Then come audition!
This production is also a charity, with all profits benefiting the CNIB and those living with full/partial vision loss. Furthermore, you will be part of the first cast in the world featuring blind Zouk dancers! We are auditioning dancers from all backgrounds, as well as actors/actresses with a strong interest in dance!
Audition Dates: Friday, June 27 9pm @ Dovercourt House or Monday, June 30 7pm @ Trinity St. Pauls
The “See Inside Me” Dance Production will return to the Canadian stage once again. Following the great success of its inaugural performance at Vision Dance Encounter, this acclaimed production will now begin its Canadian tour!
“See Inside Me” will continue to be a fundraiser for the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB), with all proceeds being donated to support those living with full or partial vision loss. The production will also continue to showcase the blind “Vision Dancers”.
In order to effectively execute this project, dZouk Productions is doubling its crew and will hold open auditions for dancers in the community who would like to be part of this production. Audition dates and location will be announced shortly.
“This is a very exciting new adventure for dZouk, and we are thrilled to have the support of the dance community and CNIB moving forward,” says Darius Zi, artistic director of the production. He feels that the doors are just beginning to open, and that the production, performers, and blind dancers all have a very bright Zouk future ahead of them. He adds, “It is truly an honor to be behind this adventure.”
If you would like more information about auditions or the production, please contact Darius Zi.