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New event for the dance community: Expanded Workshops

We are launching a new activity aimed towards the dance community: Expanded Workshops. Nous lançons une nouvelle activité destinée à la communauté de la danse: Ateliers Augmentés. It’s a collective experiment guided by Alys Longley …

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Live stream – Moe Clark

As part of the 6 Moons concert and performance series, we are pleased to collaborate with Suoni per il popolo to present Moe Clark on Wednesday November 2020. Her performance will be followed by an …

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Live performance – Kizis & Christopher Marlot

We are very proud to be associated with the 6 Moons event, a series of online concerts and performances that will honour six Indigenous artists from across Turtle Island (North America). The CCOV, in association …

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Gradual reopening of the studio and sanitary measures

The CCOV studio will gradually reopen its doors this summer for the resumption of residences, rentals and rehearsals. However, the CNESST requires the application of certain sanitary measures. Based on their recommendations, we have created …

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Tea Dance Party is back!

Mark your calendar, because the most popular event of our online programming is back and bigger than ever! Serving as our end-of-season event, the Tea Dance Party (Coast to Coast to Coast Edition) aims to …

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Last post-residency discussion!

Join us on Thursday, June 11 at 4PM for our fourth and last post-residency at a distance discussion, which brought together Nien Tzu Weng and Naoto Hiéda. The artists have been experimenting with different online platforms, questioning …

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Post-residency discussion #1 – Karen Fennell & Dong Hoon Jun

Karen Fennell and Dong Hoon Jun of Montreal and Los Angeles respectively, are the first artists to take part in the CCOV’s Residency at a Distance project. On Thursday, May 14, at 5PM (EDT), you …

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The short-term residency call for projects (July 27, 2020 – January 29, 2021) is launched!

***Please note that we now have 2 calls per year to our short term residency programs. We are testing this method with the hopes that it will permit artists to have more confirmed details to …

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Sorry Showing on October 17

The CCOV is pleased to welcome its new long-term artist in residence for 2019-2021, Crazy Smooth. As a welcome, and to allow the Montreal public and CCOV’s regular visitors to meet him, we will present Sorry, a …

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Crazy Smooth is looking for dancers!

Crazy Smooth, our 2019-2021 long-term resident, is organizing auditions for his next large-scale work produced by the CCOV. If you have B-boying/B-girling experience, this is for you! All the details here.

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