Théâtre Maisonneuve From March 19 To 28, 2020


Three choreographers, each former or current dancers with Les Grands Ballets, find inspiration in the cycle of the moon and tides to create a unique evening that translates man's humility before the grandeur of the natural world.

Adoptive Montrealer Andrew Skeels, winner  of  a  2018  Grand  Prix  de  la Critique in Paris, presents a  reflection  on  humanity,  Vessel,  a  contemplation on grace and compassion, while Les Grands Ballets principal dancer Vanesa G.R. Montoya offers a rich and dense work whose central theme is heritage, spirituality and the connection among human beings: “When we work together, we accomplish great things.” Vancouver-based artist Lesley Telford works with       a thought-provoking approach, refined by her career with the Nederland Dans Theater, as she explores using the moon as a metaphor for the goals that appear to be beyond our reach.

Luna provides a consideration of the forces that surround us and the energy that emanates from them, a triptych of visions with common ground in hope and resilience, a clear-eyed but optimistic look at what’s to come.

Individuals Tickets Sale start on October 21, 2019


  • Producer / Presenter : Les Grands Ballets
  • Venue : Théâtre Maisonneuve
  • Choerography : Andrew Skeels, Vanesa Garcia-Ribala Montoya and Lesley Telford
  • Music : Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
  • Scenography : Yoko Seyama
  • Lighting : Alan Brodie
Les Grands Ballets
Season Packages 19/20
Program for youth 30 & under - Save 40%
Program for youth 30 & under - Save 40%

An exceptional price of 15$!

The "Je me Pointe" program allows people of 30 years old and younger to enjoy a 40% reduction on show tickets for the 2019-2020 season!

Take advantage now of this discount on Carmina Burana! With your card, you can then enjoy the same discount on the other five shows of the season right from the start of their individual tickets sales.

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