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Léa Tremblay Fong

Insomniac

Performance | Spectacle

Montréal QC
May 27 mai 2017
10:00 | 22:00
Asian

 

Perles d’ailleurs

Performance | Spectacle

Montréal QC
May 25-28 mai 2017
Various days and times
Asian

 

Middle Eastern Dance Competition

Competition | Compétition

Montréal QC
May 20 mai 2017
8:00 | 20:00
Asian

Festival Accès Asie
 
Various Artists

Festival Accès Asie

Festival | Festival

Montréal QC
May 2-28 mai 2017
Various dates and times | Spectacles à différentes dates et heures
Asian, South Asian, Indian

 
On the Ground

Dance at Montréal’s Festival Accès Asie during Asian Heritage Month

By Isabelle Gagnon

May was Asian Heritage Month in Canada and Festival Accès Asie in Montréal programmed a month-long festival celebrating Asian-Canadian contributions to Canadian culture.

 

Festival Accès-Asie 2016

Festival | Festival

Montréal  QC
May 5-29 mai 2016
Various days and times | Spectacles à différentes dates et heures
Asian, South Asian, Various

U-Theatre

Sword of Wisdom

Performance | Spectacle

Ottawa  ON
November 24 novembre 2015
Dance Theatre, Asian

CanAsian International Dance Festival 2015

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
April 30-2 mai 2015
8:00 | 20:00
Asian

 

Enter the Phoenix

tiger princess dance projects By Bridget Cauthery SoloDuet

In her letter from the artistic director, Ng explains the genesis of Metamorphosis of a Solitary female Phoenix and Magnetic Fields, the two pieces in SoloDuet. Metamorphosis first debuted as part of Christopher House’s 12 Solos commissioning project for Toronto Dance Theatre in 2007 while Magnetic Fields, on the other hand, is a new work for dancers Mairéad Filgate and Luke Garwood.

Venom of Love

Inspired by the Chinese mystical legend of the White Snake, choreographer and Little Pear Garden artistic director, Emily Cheung recreates the story that focuses on sensational romance, jealousy, abandonment and sacrifice.

Festival Accès Asie: From Sci-Fi Dance Rock Opera to Belly Dance

Festival Accès Asie honours Asian arts and culture events, including dance rock opera and belly dance.

 

Accès Asie Style

By Andrew Guilbert

The Accès Asie Festival, which promotes Asian arts and culture of every vein from dance to documentaries to degustations, wrapped up in Montréal recently with public, open-air performances at the Quartier des spectacles.

Various Artists

CanAsian International Dance Festival

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
May 1-3 mai 2008
Asian, Contemporary

LuminUs

Performance | Spectacle

Courtenay BC
March 27 mars 2010
Contemporary, Asian

Various Artists

CanAsian International Dance Festival: Museum Dances - Ancient Inspiration, Contemporary Interpretation

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
May 7-16 mai 2010
Fri-Sun | vendredi-dimanche
Contemporary, Asian

Various Artists

QuébéAsia Dance Performance Series: First Edition

Performance | Spectacle

Montréal  QC
October 22-24 octobre 2009
Contemporary, Asian

Various Artists

Festival Accès Asie, 18e édition

Festival | Festival

Montréal  QC
May 2-19 mai 2013
Asian, South Asian, Japanese

 

For Japan 

By Kathleen Smith Dai Don Den 3 Green Tea Collective  

It was with a heightened sense of occasion that a small opening night audience gathered at the Winch to share in the choreographic riches of the third edition of Dai Don Den.  

 

Routes and Roots 

By Penelope Ford CanAsian International Dance Festival  CanAsian International Dance Festival

In its tenth year, the CanAsian International Dance Festival does more than recognize the multiculturalism of Canadian dance; it reveres the place of tradition in dance.

 

Peter Chin: ethno-choreographer  

By Megan Andrews “Transmission of the Invisible” Peter Chin, Tribal Crackling Wind

The inimitable Peter Chin is known for his multi-disciplinary work and particularly for his interest in Asian cultures and dance forms. The Jamaican-born, Toronto-based choreographer’s latest work, “Transmission of the Invisible”, carries this interest forward.  

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