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Summer is the perfect season to get acquainted with dance, even though it is ironically the dead season. This is because we’re in Montreal, the city that is so frustrated by being buried under snow for half of the year that it compensates by living twice as hard in the summer, hence our countless overlapping festivals and many opportunities to see dance for free.

Summer is the perfect season to get acquainted with dance, even though it is ironically the dead season. This is because we’re in Montreal, the city that is so frustrated by being buried under snow for half of the year that it compensates by living twice as hard in the summer, hence our countless overlapping festivals and many opportunities to see dance for free.

The dance schools of Montreal start the ball rolling with their year-end shows. UQAM goes first, at Agora de la danse, from April 11 to 21. The first week they present a work by Louise B

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