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A repertoire of dance-related content

Discover exclusive content! Some of it are related to our dance shows, while others document activities of our Cultural Action program. Get a glimpse of the creation, discover the works in a different manner, follow the dancers in rehearsal and from backstage to the stage, and watch documentary videos about various facets of dance.

 JOAT Battle | BopnGeek

JOAT Battle | Abnormal & BopnGeek

Popper Abnormal has influenced the national and international scene. Learn more about his dance style that mixes robot and mime with a touch of humor. Vancouver-based street dance artist BopnGeek explores the finer points of animation and talks about his style, bopping.

WIth Abdel-Hanine Madini (Abnormal) and Michael Browne (BopnGeek), dancers at JOAT Battle 2020.
Produced by Handy "MonstaPop" Yacinthe for Danse Danse.
Duration : 2 minutes

JOAT Battle - Phoenix Bright Light

JOAT Battle | Phoenix Bright Light & Ignite

Phoenix Bright Light, who integrates conscious movement, African dance, martial arts and sacred geometry, tells us how he overcame an injury to continue dancing. Ignite, a student at the Montreal School of Contemporary Dance and a popping artist, talks about his inspirations and artistic aspirations.

With Mecdy Jean-Pierre (Phoenix Bright Light) and Valmont Harnois (Ignite),dancers at JOAT Battle 2020.
Produced by Handy "MonstaPop" Yacinthe for Danse Danse.
Duration : 2 minutes

Phan Hoi Do (Grim), JOAT Battle 2020.

JOAT Battle | JSTYLE & GRIM

J.Style, a member of Montreal's Ebnflōh company, has been practicing street dance since childhood and continues to push the boundaries of his art, which he has perfected abroad. Specializing in popping and a member of the iconic California collective Funny Bones Crew, Montreal artist Grim shares his passion by getting involved in the community side of dance in his borough St-Michel.

With Mukoma K. Nshinga (J.Style) and Phan Hoi Do (Grim), dancers at JOAT Battle 2020.
Produced by Handy "MonstaPop" Yacinthe for Danse Danse.
Duration 2 minutes

JOAT Battle - RAWSS

JOAT Battle | RAWSS & ICY

A graduate of the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal and a member of Ebnflōh dance company, Rawss is one of the few women specializing in popping who frequently competes in international battles. Icy, a filmmaker and member of the Toronto Moon Runners, has 15 years of experience in dance, particularly in popping and tutting, and is a pioneer in the community. Learn more about these artists and their art.

With Élie-Anne Ross (Rawss), and Steve Ndacyayisenga (Icy), dancers at JOAT Battle 2020.
Produced by Handy "MonstaPop" Yacinthe for Danse Danse.
Duration : 2 minutes

Richard St-Aubin  (Shash’U)

JOAT Battle | Shash’U

Shash'U is considered by many as a legend of the Montreal music scene. Afrofuturist B-Boy, remix alchemist, legitimate funk phenomenon... His remixes and EP's have earned him an international reputation taking him as far as Australia. Shash'U talks to us about his role as a DJ and his creative process.

With Richard St-Aubin  (Shash’U), DJ at JOAT Battle 2020.
Produced bu Handy "MonstaPop" Yacinthe for Danse Danse.
Duration: 2 minutes

Montreal celebrated by its dancers / Joanie

Montreal celebrated by its dancers / Joanie

Joanie Michaud gives us a new look at the architecture of downtown Montreal. A sensitive dance that transports us beyond the streets and businesses.

With Joanie Michaud
A summer project by Danse Danse with the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal (2018)
Duration: 1:57 minutes

Montreal celebrated by its dancers / Alexandre

Montreal celebrated by its dancers / Alexandre

Alexandre Leblanc immerses us in a poetic and enchanting dance at St. Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal. What better way to discover Montreal than through the beauty of its architectural heritage?

With Alexandre Leblanc
A summer project by Danse Danse with the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal (2018)
Duration: 2:49 minutes

Montreal celebrated by its dancers / Philippe

Montreal celebrated by its dancers / Philippe

Philippe Dépelteau dedicates this sunny dance to the Biosphere, in Jean-Drapeau Park on Île Sainte-Hélène. One of the city's most beautiful emblems is magnified by this poetry of the body.

With Philippe Dépelteau
A summer project by Danse Danse with the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal (2018)
Duration: 1:22 minutes

Montreal celebrated by its dancers / Christophe

Montreal celebrated by its dancers / Christophe

Christophe Benoit-Piau takes us with him along the water and the sun, around the Lachine Canal to the Atwater market.

With Christophe Benoit-Piau
A summer project by Danse Danse with the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal (2018)
Duration: 2:05 minutes

Montreal celebrated by its dancers / Constance

Montreal celebrated by its dancers / Constance

Constance Gadan dances in the Mount Royal Park, emblem of Montreal, in its green setting. An inspiring place for artists and walkers of the metropolis.

With Constance Gadan
A summer project by Danse Danse with the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal (2018)
Duration: 2:28 minutes