CFAC International Folk Dance and Music Virtual Festival 2021


Join live the world for the CFAC International #Folk Dance and Music Virtual Festival 2021 Feb 20 & 21, 2021

Streamed on the Community Folk Art Council Facebook page  And the Youtube Channel

For the Day 1 Program, click here. featuring performances from Canadian and International artists beginning at 1:00pm EST
For the Day 2 Program, click here. featuring seminars on Intangible Heritage and will also begin at 1:00pm EST.

Day 1:  (February 20) Canadian Folk Music and Dance Ensembles Showcase

The Canadian Arabic Orchestra

Ensemble Topaz

Fiesta Filipina Dance Troupe

Habeeba’s Egyptian Dance Ensemble

The Hawaiian Pacific Dance Ensemble

The Heritage Singers

Kodály Ensemble

Mi Young Kim Dance Company

Les Mutins de Longueuil

Ot Izvora Bulgarian Folk Choir

Radość-Joy Vocal-Dance Group

Sassoun Armenian Dance Ensemble

Tonatiuh Mexican Folkloric Group

International Folk Dance Showcase
Al Marwa Folk Art Ensemble (EGYPT)

Bi-Communal Music and Folk Dance Association (CYPRUS)

La Compañía de Danza Centro Cultural Bacatá de Colombia (COLOMBIA)

Diyarbakir Melody Youth Dance and Music Association (TURKEY)

Nexus Performing Arts Company (JAMAICA)

Om Shiv Arts (INDIA)
Tarumbeta Africa Cultural Group (KENYA)

Tequexetéldere (SPAIN)

Wind Horse Dance Troupe (INNER MONGOLIA, CHINA)

Day 2 : (February 21) presents seminars on Intangible Heritage and Intangible Heritage during the Digital and Pandemic Age! Please join us for these seminars hosted by leading artists and scholars in this field!
Featuring welcoming remarks by CFAC Chair Dr. Mary Jane Warner
and Board Member Catherine Limbertie

and presentations by artistic directors

Fethi Karakecili from Dilan Dance Company

Emily Cheung from Little Pear Garden Dance Company

John Mayberry from Toronto Morris Men

Ramin Shadpour from Tabriz Azerbaijani Music & Dance Ensemble – Toronto

Dilyar Askar from Uyghur Canadian Learning Centre

Andrea Kuzmich from Ori Shalva & Co.


Tamar Ilana

and Keynote address by Dr. Judith Cohen.

This event is made possible by their partners : the Ministry of Canadian Heritage.

Media Mayor Inc.

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