Early Spanish Dance in Canada Artifact of the Month, January 2014
Beginning in the 1930s in particular, major Canadian cities, such as Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver, saw an influx of performances by international touring artists. See how this artifact reveals more about the story of Spanish dance in Canada.
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Broadsheet for performance of José Cansino and Tonia de Aragon at Eaton Auditorium, Toronto, 1935, Alison Sutcliffe Portfolio
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