BOW’T-Tio’tia:keRhodnie Désir (Montreal)Performance dates to be announced
The final phase of the great adventure BOW’T TRAIL. In a Montreal location charged with memory, Rhodnie Désir explores the heritage of Afrodescendant peoples in a powerful hymn to resistance.
O2Sarah Dell'Ava (Montreal)Performance dates to be announced
In the heart of the city, some twenty dancers weave a filter for our daily agitations. The gestures and songs that emerge are delicate, mysterious, sometimes wild. What if dance could repair the living?
La ville, des artistesHUB Studio (Montreal)26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 May and 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12 June
La ville, des artistes
Throughout the Festival, large-sized portraits of the artists taking part in the 2021 instalment hover gracefully over the Quartier des spectacles. Enormous and soothing, the artists appear, come to life, and return to the shadows. The artists are among us!
Them VoicesLara Kramer (Montreal)27, 28, 29 May
In the garden of the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal the choreographer explores the artist’s body in relation to memory, and questions the impact of our past and present actions on future ancestors.
MeshtitauSoleil Launière (Montréal)04, 05, 06 June
Uprooted too quickly, the trees, like the elders, have disappeared without passing on their knowledge. Meshtitau is an ode to ancestral roots and healing. A performance that invites us to repair the broken links with our land and ancestors.