AI 2013 Event Calendar

All times are shown in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT / UTC - 4 hours)

Time Activity
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM Student Orientation with student hosts Student Orientation with student hosts Student Orientation with student hosts
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM Ballet Class – blended groups of students from each school Ballet Class – blended groups of students from each school Ballet Class – blended groups of students from each school Studios
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM Lunch Lunch Lunch
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Program A Rehearsals (9 schools) Program A Rehearsals (9 schools) Program A Rehearsals (9 schools) Studios
1:15 PM - 6:15 PM Spacing on Stage for Existing Repertoire Program A & some Program B Spacing on Stage for Existing Repertoire Program A & some Program B Spacing on Stage for Existing Repertoire Program A & some Program B BOT
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Program B Rehearsals (9 schools) Program B Rehearsals (9 schools) Program B Rehearsals (9 schools) Studios
Live broadcast

Images from April 28

From the Blog

The feeling of unison in the halls was contagious.

Posted: June 20
by Thomas Leprohon/Canada's National Ballet School

Genius, mad, daring, intelligent. Call it what you will, Assemblée Internationale is a revolutionary concept that is changing the relationship between dance schools.

The Assembleé Internationale 2013 was about collaboration, and coming together through dance.

Posted: June 20
by Sarah Branch/Canada's National Ballet School

The fearless and amazingly talented dancers taking part in this festival truly embraced the challenges of time, space, and technology ...

We had a chance to see the future of our ballet generation which AI 13 brought together in our school.

Posted: June 20
by Masha Shcherbyna/Canada's National Ballet School

My whole experience at Assemblée Internationale was truly eye opening and changed my attitude towards every day efforts and what it takes to be a dancer.

Ryerson University & Canada's National Ballet School

Posted: May 07
by Garrick Filewod/Ryerson University

Audio Blog: Garrick Filewod, Associate Professor of Image Arts at Ryerson University, talks about Ryerson’s partnership with Canada’s National Ballet School for the AI 13.

The intent of the Creative Challenge is to explore ways to make ballet more accessible.

Posted: May 04
by John Dalrymple/Canada's National Ballet School

Audio Blog: The Creative Challenge is a call to action that we've put forward for all participants as a way to keep the amazing spirit, energy and creative excitement going as we return back to our home schools.

Locations

Locations

All performances take place at:
The Betty Oliphant Theatre,
404 Jarvis Street,
Toronto

All other activities take place at:
Celia Franca Centre,
400 Jarvis Street,
Toronto

Celia Franca Centre

Celia Franca Centre

The School's ballet training facilities are located in the new Celia Franca Centre and the adjoining R.A. Laidlaw Centre on Jarvis Street. There are 12 double-height, light-filled studios. Learn more >>

Betty Oliphant Theatre

Betty Oliphant Theatre

Located in the R.A. Laidlaw Centre, the Betty Oliphant Theatre (BOT) is a 265-seat proscenium arch theatre with a Georgian Court-style auditorium and a large fly tower. Learn more >>