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Three choreographers: three world visions spanning more than twenty-five years. Such is the proposition offered by Les Grands Ballets Canadiens currently underway at Place des Arts. Three works that also differ greatly from one to the next, ensuring a pleasant and surprising evening.

Three choreographers: three world visions spanning more than twenty-five years. Such is the proposition offered by Les Grands Ballets Canadiens currently underway at Place des Arts. Three works that also differ greatly from one to the next, ensuring a pleasant and surprising evening.

In a decision that retrospectively makes sense, Christopher Wheeldon’s Polyphonia opens the evening. It is a work that is stripped to its strictest physicality, with very little theatricality and a single live pianist playing selections from Gy

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