Dancers

First soloists

Hervé Courtain

Versailles, France

Jean-Sébastien Couture

St-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Quebec). Canada

Mahomi Endoh

Nara, Japan

Jéremy Galdeano

Nîmes, France

Emma Garau Cima

Tarragone, Spain

Marcin Kaczorowski

Warsaw, Poland

Valentine Legat

Uccle, Belgium

Vanesa Garcia-Ribala Montoya

Madrid, Spain

Jeremy Raia

Queens (New York), U.S.A.
Soloists

Raphaël Bouchard

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Rubén Julliard

Le Puy en Velay, France

Sarah Kingston

Vancouver (British Colombia), Canada

Sahra Maira

Toronto, Canada

Chen Sheng

Shanghai, China

Stephen Satterfield

Glens Falls, NY, United States
Demi-soloists

Leigh Andrew Alderson

Portadown, Northern Ireland

Célestin Boutin

Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France

Renata Commisso

Sydney, Australia

Chisato Ide

Shizuoka, Japan

Vera Kvarcakova

Ostrava, Czech Republic

Marie-Ève Lapointe

Montreal (Quebec), Canada

Jacqueline Lopez

Vancouver (British Colombia), Canada

Éline Malègue

Saint-Étienne, France

Anya Nesvitaylo

Kharkov, Ukraine

Christie Partelow

Hawthorne (New York), U.S.A

Ryo Shimizu

Chiba, Japan
Corps de ballet

Corwin Barnette

Mesa, USA

Esabelle Chen

Taipei, Taïwan

Émily He

Shanghai, China

Troy Herring

United States

Myles Lavallee

Arizona, USA

Diana Léon

Mexico City, Mexico

Jerimy Rivera

New York (New York), USA

Andrew Wright

Halifax, Canada
Apprentice

Matthew Cluff

Prince George, British Columbia, Canada

Eléonore Thomas

France
Moving the world. Differently.

Édifice Wilder Espace Danse

In 2017, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal, Tangente, the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal and Agora de la danse will be taking up residency in the Wilder Building. Renovated and expanded, the edifice will be equipped with infrastructures meeting international standards: equipment and facilities that are indispensable for positioning Montreal and Quebec as world leaders in dance creation and innovation.

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