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Angela Blumberg Dance

Angela Blumberg founded Angela Blumberg Dance in 2012 and has since choreographed and produced over 20 works. Angela Blumberg's choreographies have been presented by Fall for Dance North’s International Presenters Program, Canada’s National Arts Centre, The University of Toronto’s Annual New Music Festival, The World Dance Alliance Americas, d:mic/fac’s WYSIWYG, DanceWorks CoWorks, and Toronto Metropolitan University’s Springworks.


In 2012, Angela began collaborating closely with Canadian composers. Highlights include Composing for Dance, an accredited course at the University of Toronto's Composition Department. The course brought together graduate composition students and professional choreographers to engage in collaborative practices. Numerous collaborations with some of Toronto's up and coming composers followed, including a close partnership with Domenic Clark.


Angela choreographs for the stage and the screen. Her films have been presented by Michigan’s Screen Dance International Film Festival, Canadian Brass, Canada’s National Arts Centre, and the New York City based chamber music ensemble Founders. In addition to her artistic work, Angela is passionate about education and teaches contemporary dance and improvisation at the Young Dancers Program at Canada’s National Ballet School. She is also the founder of DaCo: Dance Collaboration Lab, a program that foster choreographic practices in Toronto.



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