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[Press Release] Cheremosh to Perform in Rochester New York


A Kaleidoscope of Ukrainian Dance: Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Company featuring local guests
The Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Company shares the stage with Rochester talent for a highly entertaining performance
Rochester, NY. Internationally acclaimed Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Company from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada brings their Kaleidoscope of Ukrainian Dance tour to Rochester this fall. Cheremosh will feature performances from the Ukrainian Arts Foundation of Greater Rochester Dance Group, uniting Ukrainian communities from opposite sides of the continent. Read more…

Cheremosh School of Dance Expands Across the Edmonton Area

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The Cheremosh School of Dance has announced that it will be offering its high quality Ukrainian dance instruction in the City of St. Albert, expanding its recreational program in their Southside location, and piloting a new Affiliate Dance School Program.
Following the success of their new Southside studio, the Cheremosh School of Dance will be adding a St. Albert Studio for children aged 4 to 11.  This studio will be based out of the St. Read more…

Cheremosh with Summer Jobs Canada is seeking a well organized, proactive individual for the position of Community Outreach Worker

The Community Outreach Worker will assist in marketing and promoting the Ukrainian Cheremosh Society’s upcoming fundraising events and the School of Dance programs, updating community information; and facilitate summer programming.
Eligibility: Must be currently enrolled as a full-time student at a community college or university and returning to  full-time studies in the following year. Read more…

Cheremosh Festival: Calling All Vendors


The Cheremosh Dance Festival is planning its second annual Cheremosh Market at the Festival.  Vendors selling homemade or handcrafted goods, Ukrainian dress and decoration, and food items are invited to be a part of the Festival Market.
The Cheremosh Festival is expecting to attract over 5000 people this year over the 4 days, and is the largest Festival of its kind.  The Festival is open to the public and there is no admission cost to attend or watch the performances. Read more…