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The fall 2016 guide to Montréal dance

Montréal’s dance scene is bubbling with innovation. Over the course of 2017, Tangente, Agora de la danse, the Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal and the École de danse contemporaine de Montréal will move into the new Espace danse in the Wilder Building (1435 Bleury Street) at the Place des Festivals. In the meantime, they’ve been drawing from their deep well of creativity to offer you a truly breathtaking program. Here’s a look at the shows this season. Les Grands Ballets The Grands Ballets 60th marks a turning point in its history. Gradimir Pankov, Artistic Director of the company for the past 18 years, will be handing the reins over to Ivan Cavallari, current Artistic Director of the Ballet de l’Opéra national du Rhin in July 2017. As a farewell gift, Pankov invites audience to relive some of the pivotal moments in the Grands Ballets history as well as the company’s greatest triumphs. The season opens up with the neoclassical Roméo & Juliette by Jean-Christophe Maillot (October 13 to 28), followed by masterpieces such as Swan Lake danced by the Perm Opera Ballet (February 22 to 26, 2017) or Le Mariage de Figaro performed by the National Ballet of Ukraine (April… / Read More →

Experience Montréal in the lap of luxury

Looking for pampering? You’re in the right place. Montréal gets a ton of high-fallutin’ international guests every year, whether it’s Jazz Fest musicians, pop superstars, Formula One racers or star hockey players. Hell, even visiting comedians need paraffin mani-pedis! The result? Our service industry is poised to satisfy your every need and make your trip to La Belle Ville the most memorable it can be. Here’s your cheat sheet to the best things in life. SLEEP WELL High-end stays abound in Montréal, for all the reasons mentioned above. From Madonna to Aretha Franklin to Lady Gaga, we’ve hosted all the divas! Exacting guests flock to the gorgeously redesigned Ritz-Carlton Montréal, where you can leave your classically appointed suite and be at La Maison Ogilvy in five minutes flat.
 Hôtel Le St. James is probably the city’s most luxurious stay, nestled in a historic Old Montréal building appointed with priceless antiques. Loews Hôtel Vogue, Hôtel Le Crystal and InterContinental Montréal are perfect downtown pied-à-terres, with incredibly comfortable rooms and great bars and restaurants. To be within seconds of the Old Port, you’ll want to stay at either the sleekly contemporary Hotel Gault, Hotel Nelligan (the rooftop terrasse bar is a must),… / Read More →

Things to Do in Montreal: December 6-12

The city lights up indoors and out this week with a sparkling public art exhibition along with giant Christmas trees, illuminated skating rinks, sports competitions and films, and delightful dance, theatre, and live music…