Market dancing…

<–Photo by Dylan

Pedestrian Sundays in the market was really a good time. After watching some of Toronto’s local bellydance talent, Serpentina North Ensemble stepped into the blistering sun to perform two improv numbers. It was a nice size crowd and definitely appreciative. Next was the show at Akram’s Shoppe with Victoria and Jaash on drums. This show was a little more on the traditional side of bellydance with a bit of a tribal fusion feel. Onour accoustic number Jaash drummed on doumbek and djembe and it sounded amazing –there’s nothing quite like live sound for street performance! After the shows it was all wandering around drinking sangria at Embassy, vegan icecream at Sadies, hanging out front of Playdead and finally lounging in the grass at the park until dusk for fire spinning. Its days like this that get me through the cold Toronto winters –I do love summer in this city. If you missed all the dancing this time, come back the last Sunday in August when we’ll do it over again. See you there…

 

<– Photo by Ken Dobb

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