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Baladi Belly Dance and Roma Gypsy Dance in the Greater Sudbury, Ontario

Lucie De La Fontaine and the National Baladi School

In 2000 Lucie De La Fontaine opened the National Baladi School in Greater Sudbury and brought this amazing form of dance to cheer our northern winters.

Lucie De La Fontaine worked 14 years as a professional dancer, instructor, and choreographer in Quebec before moving to Northern Ontario. 

Lucie De La Fontaine is somewhat reserved but watching her warm up a class one can't help but think “she has music in her soul.”

Belly Dance Sudbury Ontario

Several of Lucie's students have gone on to become our country’s best performers and instructors themselves. 

 

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