Tara Luz Danse performances an interactive experience

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Feb 21, 2014 - 11:40 AM |
 Tara Luz Danse is visiting Sudbury Feb. 28 and March 1. Supplied photo.

Tara Luz Danse is visiting Sudbury Feb. 28 and March 1. Supplied photo.

The public is invited to a performance by Tara Luz Danse at Collège Boréal’s concert hall March 1 at 2 p.m.

The company will also perform for the children at Garderie Scène des tout-petits and Tremplin Carl A. Nesbitt on Feb. 28.

After attracting the attention of the Ontario presenters who have participated to Contact Ontarois 2013, Tara Luz Danse is touring Ontario in February and March.

Their En studio avec nous performances are a participatory event that combines the presentation of excerpts of the company’s pieces with active audience participation and live music.

On the tour Tara Luz Danse will present the piece Hippopotame and excerpts of Les billes.

The audience will also be invited to join Anik Bouvrette, artistic director, and dancers from the company to explore the movement concepts that led to the creation of these pieces.

“I have a strong desire to share my passion for dance with the public, to invite them to express themselves through movement by removing the barrier that too often separates artists from the audience,” Bouvrette said, in a press release.

Tickets to the March 1 performance cost $12 for adults, $11 for students or seniors, and $5 for children under 12. Phone TNO at 705-525-5606 ext. 4, or www.leTNO.ca to purchase tickets.

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