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Rony Joaquin Figueroa

Photo ©Zach Phan

Workshop - Voguing

Voguing workshop (women's vogue) which will explore the basis of this dance style, its five elements as well as its history.

Rony Joaquin Figueroa

Workshop Voguing

June 14

6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

(1.5 hours)


Place: Wilder Studio Building: to be confirmed

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Free workshop for TransFormation 2023 participants

Rony Joaquin Figueroa


Rony Joaquin (Kuntiana) is a dancer/artist working in urban and contemporary dance in Montreal. Born in Moca in the Dominican Republic, he moved with his family to Montreal at the age of 13. Speaking neither English nor French, he discovered dance during his stay in a francization summer camp at the Loyola community center for teenage immigrants to Canada. In 2019, Rony begins his studies in contemporary dance at the EDCM. He has the chance to learn from many talented teachers and choreographers such as José Navas, Virginie Brunelle, Part+Labors, Anne Lebeau, Jessica Serli and Alisia Pobega. It was in 2018 that he discovered the culture of the Ballroom, a universe from the communities of black and Latin x transgender women from Harlem to New York. Voguing, his discipline, leads him to train at the Urban Element Zone studio and to participate in competitions in Toronto, Montreal and New York. Rony identifies as a queer artist and it is above all his roots and his identity that push him to share his art. 

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