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“ARAGUANEY”  Venezuelan Folk Dance Group is a non-profit organization committed to the preservation, study and diffusion of Venezuelan folk dances and traditions within the Canadian community.
Cantata Singers of Ottawa

P.O. Box 4396, Station E
Ottawa, Ontario
K1S 5B4
Cantata Singers of Ottawa, founded in 1964, is one of the foremost choirs in Eastern Ontario. The choir presents classical and contemporary music from around the world in its own choral concert series.
Cross Town Youth Chorus

1391 Sault Street
Orléans, ON
K1E 1G8
A non-auditioned children's choir that provides an opportunity for children and youth aged 5 to 10 and 11 to 15 years of age, in Orleans, and Alta Vista, and surrounding areas to join together in friendship and song.
Cumberland Community Singers

Resurrection Lutheran Church, 1325 Gaultois (off Orleans Blvd.)
The choir presents a wide variety of repertoire from classical to folk songs, show tunes to gospel music. Something for everyone. All are welcome - no auditions.

The Cumbrae School of Dancing opened its doors in the spring of 1979 to provide high quality training to people of all ages living in Orleans/Gloucester and surrounding Ottawa areas.
Gharana Arts

752 Princess Louise Drive
Ottawa, Ontario
An expressive Tabla Player - Ravi S.K. Singh has also founded Gharana Arts, an energetic, pro-active not-for-profit classical arts organization dedicated to teaching, promoting, and developing Indo-Canadian arts throughout Canada.

GOYA Theatre Productions Inc. was founded and incorporated in 2001, and is now a resident theatre company at Centrepointe Theatre. The company has two specific mandates: namely to produce exclusively Canadian works of theatre and secondly, as the acronym GOYA, suggests Giving Opportunities to Young Artists.
Great Canadian Theatre Company

1227 Wellington St West
Ottawa, ON
K1Y 0G7
Your City. Your Theatre
Claire Lamarre-Goyer

2339 chemin Ogilvie, Case Postale 46023
Ottawa, ON
K1J 9M7
This francophone musical ensemble performs the music of French-Canadian chansonniers, popular music and international folklore.
Terrie Kember
(613) 824-6776 or studio (613) 824-4747

1163 St. Moritz Court
Orleans, ON
K1C 2B2
The Loch Murray Dancers perform regularly at community events, charities and seniors homes. As well as supporting service groups, our Irish and Highland dancers have won at the Provincial, National and International levels in both traditional dance and choreography.
Heather Forbes
613 833 1249

2502 Trim Rd
K4A 3R5
Classes at the Navan/Orleans Branch of the MacCulloch School of Dancing are run under the direction of Heather MacCulloch Forbes. All directors and teachers are certified with the British Association of Teachers of Dancing. In addition to their teaching experience, they have all performed both locally and internationally with our performing troupe The MacCulloch Dancers Our students generally train with us from the ages of four to twenty-five. Rae MacCulloch founded the MacCulloch School of Dancing in the Fall of 1954. Over the years we have taught over 4000 students. We provide training in Highland and Traditional Celtic-Canadian Step Dancing. Our program caters to the individual needs of each of our students. We are welcoming new students, children and teens, boys and girls, from beginner to advanced levels in September 2010. Links: Website: Youtube "MacCulloch Dancers Ontario," Facebook Fan Page!/pages/MacCulloch-Dancers-Ontario-Canada/107588199140
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