After much success in Italy at the Torinodanza Festival in October 2016, Paradoxe Mélodie will continue its run in two cities in March.
The work will be performed at the TanzMainz Festival in Germany, the second time that Danièle Desnoyers has presented a piece in Mainz. In 2014, in a dual program with choreographer José Navas entitled Montréal, commissioned by artistic director Honne Dorhrmann, Danièle Desnoyers presented Blue Hour: Stunde der Wölfe. Next, on March 31, audiences will be able to discover Paradoxe Mélodie at the Stadsschouwburg Sint-Niklaas.
Choreographer Danièle Desnoyers Dancers Karina Champoux, Paige Culley, Molly Johnson, Jean-Benoit Labrecque, Jason Martin, Brice Noeser, Pierre-Marc Ouellette, Nicolas Patry, Anne Thériault, Élise Vanderborght Musician Éveline Grégoire-Rousseau
I want to watch an excerpt from Paradoxe Mélodie
Danièle Desnoyers awarded a grant from the Fonds de recherche Société et culture du Québec
In 2017 Danièle Desnoyers is launching an important research project on the documentation of the research process of her next choreographic project for Le Carré des Lombes.
Funded for three consecutive years by the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture, and supported by the Dance Department of UQAM, where the choreographer teaches, the project aims to develop the most effective tools for documenting a work-in-progress, from various perspectives. The project also aims to develop new platforms to reproduce the constitutive elements of works in the performing arts, and to design new and dynamic forms of public sharing.
The Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault is launching its new digital platform, EC2_Espace chorégraphiques 2, and its unique digital collection of choreographic toolkits, including that of Duos pour corps et instruments, based on its original version performed in the winter of 2014.