Dragon Ball - 2015

Canada’s largest Chinese New Year Gala will feature performances by singer Jully Black, flutist Ron Korb with the Toronto Yuefang Ensemble, and dinner by Celebrated Michelin Chefs.
The Dragon Ball is in its 26th year and is one of the most important benefit galas in North America— regularly appearing on BizBash Magazine Top 100 lists.  The 2015 Dragon Ball will be held on Saturday February 21 2015 at the Allstream Centre, Exhibition Place, 105 Princes' Blvd. Toronto, ON  M6K 3C3.  
The opening performance will feature music by Canadian flutist and composer Ron Korb with the Toronto Yuefang Ensemble, dragon dance by Sunny Tang Performance Troupe, and ribbon and golden Buddha dance by the Chinese Collective Arts Association.

(photo by Steven Su)

Canada’s Queen of R&B, Juno Award singer Jully Black, will be featured as the closing performance. Jully was chosen by CBC Music as one of the top 25 greatest Canadian singers. 
The dinner will be prepared by the 3-star Michelin Chef Alvin Leung the first-ever MasterChef Canada winner Eric Chong of Toronto and Michelin Star Chef Lai Wai-Hung.
This annual event attracts over 1200 guests and the funds are raised to support quality care for seniors at the four Yee Hong Centres. Yee Hong serves 16,000 seniors across the GTA on a daily basis and fulfills 200,000 service requests every year.

Dragon Ball benefactor tickets are priced at $600; supporter tickets are priced at $480. 

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