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An Electric Bolt of Messy

Helen Simard’s Requiem Pop By Philip Szporer

Helen Simard explores the life and work of music icon Iggy Pop in her newest creation called Requiem Pop, which tackles the notions of hero worship, fandom and the cultural icons we don’t know but love. The work unleashes an electric bolt of messy, self-destructive Iggy chaos onto the stage.

REQUIEM POP / Helen Simard. Photograph by Mathieu Desjardins
 
Helen Simard

REQUIEM POP

Performance | Spectacle

Montréal  QC
April 10-13 avril 2019
7:00 | 19:00
Contemporary

Compagnie Odd/ Photo by Ben Welland
 
Compagnie Odd

Odd is On

Fundraiser | Levée de fonds

Ottawa ON
April 17 avril 2018
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

 
Sylvain Émard Danse

Ce n'est pas la fin du monde

Performance | Spectacle

Montréal  QC
February 16-17 février 2016
20:00 | 8:00
Contemporary

 
Daniel Léveillé Danse, Daniel Léveillé

Solitudes Solo

Performance | Spectacle

Québec City QC
March 30-31 mars 2016
20:00 | 8:00
Contemporary

 
Daniel Léveillé Danse

Solitudes Solo

Performance | Spectacle

Montréal  QC
November 17 novembre 2014
19:30 | 7:30
Contemporary

 

The Subtlety of Solitude in Solitudes Solo

By George Stamos Solitudes Solo Festival TransAmériques 2014

It’s been said that placing classical music in a performance will bring it instant cultural value. It’s a device often used in dance and performance milieus. However, in contemporary dance it can be a problematic choice, as the work will undoubtedly inherit the cultural context of the classical reference and challenge the contemporaneity of the dance.

Daniel Léveillé Danse: Solitudes Solo

Coming up September 26th through 29th at Agora de la danse in Montréal, Daniel Léveillé Danse presents Solitudes Solo, a series of minimalist sol…

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