Studio 303

Studio 303, photo by Sasha Kleinplatz

Studio 303 began operations in 1989 when three independent choreographers created a communal space where dancers could train, rehearse and perform from under one roof. Today, Studio 303 has blossomed into Québec’s most versatile, accessible and diversified centre for research in dance and interdisciplinary practices, and is the professional entry point to the Montreal performing arts milieu for emerging and visiting artists.Since its beginings up to June 2010, Studio 303 has:

Today, Studio 303 has blossomed into Québec’s most versatile, accessible and diversified centre for research in dance and interdisciplinary practices, occupies the role as professional entry point to the Montreal dance milieu for emerging choreographers & visiting artists, is a trial laboratory for experienced artists and a central meeting place where artists working in different milieux may exchange ideas.

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