As part of its commitment to raising awareness of and increasing access to the performing arts, Danse Danse develops inclusive projects to share the joy of dance with an ever-growing audience! 

“Some educators claim that exposure to beauty and art uplifts the soul and inspires us to be our best selves. This wonderful opportunity really hit the mark and touched the hearts of these young people. Thank you!” - Magali Poveda, teacher 

Many thanks to our partners for their support : 

Fondation Chamandy, Commission scolaire de Montréal, Fondation Cole, Fondation de la famille Zeller, Fondation familiale Trottier, Fondation Famille Godin, Fondation R. Howard Webster, Hydro-Québec, Société de Saint-Vincent de Paul De Montréal.


Engage Youth in Dance

Amenez un jeune à la danse

This access to dance program allows young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to attend Danse Danse shows free of charge, and to benefit from personalized guidance.

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The Parcours

Parcours des jeunes spectateurs

The Parcours invites young people to discover and engage in the creative process in contemporary dance.

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Welcoming newcomers
to Canada

Laissez-passer culturel

In partnership with the Institute for Canadian Citizenship, Danse Danse welcomes newcomers to many of its shows to encourage their participation in Montreal's cultural life.

Caroline Laurin-Beaucage and Les Petits Frères 

Caroline Laurin-Beaucage et Les petits frères

This project adapted with choreographer Caroline Laurin-Beaucage allowed a group of seniors to participate in a meaningful and sensitive contemporary dance experience. 

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Everybody Dance with Sylvain Émard 

Tout le monde danse - projet Sylvain Émard

In the spring of 2020, Montreal students learned a choreography by Sylvain Émard. Watch our tutorial to learn it yourself! 

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International Dance Day 2020 

International Dance Day 2020

To celebrate International Dance Day 2020, while we were all in lockdown, Danse Danse invited the public to learn a choreography by Sylvain Émard and film themselves dancing it. 

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La Nelken Line, sur les pas de Pina Bausch

Nelken Line

A mythical choreography, learned and performed by dozens of participants from Quebec to France to celebrate Pina’s art and spirit. 

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