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Sadness Quartet

Daniel Léveillé

Proud, fragile and luminous dancers. A choreographer in full mastery of his technique and his art presents a work where sadness loses its solemnity.

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Daniel Léveillé (Montreal) Daniel Léveillé Danse

Daniel Léveillé initially studied architecture before taking dance training with the Entre-Six company and also with the Groupe Nouvel Aire.

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Media Coverage

“This is a dance that, wherever it goes, plants itself firmly in that place.”

Siobhan Burke, The New York Times, 2015-02-01, about Solitudes Solo

“For those who relish the power of movement to probe what it is to be human, it’s a definite must-see.”

Michael Crabb, Toronto Star, 2015-10-21 about Solitudes Solo

“It is as if all of humanity is nakedly displayed on stage.”

Jana Perkovic, Real Time, Winter 2016, about Solitudes Duo