In its commitment to democratizing ballet and ensuring inclusion and accessibility to art for everyone, Les Grands Ballets is inviting different types of audiences to performances of the double bill The Four Seasons.
250 refugees and newcomers will be invited to the premiere on September 22, 2022, as part of the Gratitude and Generosity series so that they can enjoy a moment of happiness and calm for at least the duration of the program. The next afternoon, 1,000 people with special needs (Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, intellectual impairment, physical disability, etc.) will be welcomed to a “laid-back performance” – a way for them to attend a ballet in a relaxed manner. In the same evening, 200 CEGEP students will be invited to the show thanks to the support of the Aisenstadt Fund, which seeks to raise young people’s awareness of the performing arts.
To learn more about our different programs involving accessibility to the arts:
• Gratitude and Generosity
• Laid-back performances
• Aisenstadt Fund