Wed, Aug 77pm

Contemporary With Hanna Kiel 

A contemporary dance performance created by esteemed choreographer Hanna Kiel.
Contemporary

part of Dancing On The Square

Free Admission
No tickets required

 

Wed, Aug 77pm

Contemporary With Hanna Kiel 

A contemporary dance performance led by esteemed choreographer Hanna Kiel.

Contemporary

part of Dancing On The Square

Free Admission
No tickets required

 

About

Join us as we present an excerpt of BODY, Hanna Kiel’s latest dance creation and performed by Human Body Expression. BODY brings together a talented ensemble of dancers, each bringing their own life stories, movement backgrounds and physical wisdom to the stage. Their past, present and future are woven into the fabric of their movement, delving into the rich tapestry of human physicality.

Following the performance, you will have a chance to dive into the world of contemporary dance against the stunning backdrop of Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre in an exploratory outdoor workshop led by renowned choreographer Hanna Kiel. Through a fusion of technical precision and organic expression, participants will be guided through a series of exercises and improvisational prompts designed to unlock creativity and deepen connection with both body and environment.

About Human Body Expression

Founded by choreographer Hanna Kiel, Human Body Expression (HBE) strives to break the mould of traditional dance aesthetics to create hybrid movement forms and cultivate artistic individuality. HBE seeks to tell stories and explore narratives that pulse from the heart of human feelings. HBE’s artists embody the raw and chaotic force of human emotions to impact audiences viscerally. Drawing on the ever-evolving distinctive personal dance style that Kiel has developed over more than two decades as a dance professional, her company aims to present technically intense and accessible choreography with high production values, inspiring audiences of all backgrounds to become more engaged with dance. 

Photo by Kendra Epik.

Dates & Times

Wed, August 7
7:00pm 8:30pm

Tickets

Free admission
No tickets required