[Video] Heritage Ballet and Julie Barban present Swan – err, Goose Lake

Dusk Dances at Head Lake Park? Beautiful, funny and bright – Don’t let the dusk get in the way

By Terrance Gavan – HN.ca Entertainment

The video above features choreography by the very talented Julie Barban.

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Dusk Dances - a revival of sorts. The stage? The world. Fantasy, fun, funk, fact and fiction. Fan-a-tastic! So still a weekend of Dusk Dances to catch. Photo by Terrance Gavan.

And of course the wonderful dancing of a troupe of young Haliburton and area dancers.

Give it up for Goose Lake and those multi-talented boys and girls.

Julie Barban manages Heritage Ballet in Haliburton. The Ballet is an institution in the Highlands and celebrated its 10th anniversary just last month.

The video is introduced by some of the Dusk Dance performers including Jazz Kitchen who provide the lovely pre-show musical entertainment.

As usual it’s a lovely night and all age friendly.

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