Following the enthusiastic response to our inaugural International Show, FASS is delighted to present the event once again this year.
Marie Chouinard ushers us into her vast universe with two important, compelling works.
After years of filling theatres and churches all over North America and Europe, the Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir brings its passion and power to Saint-Sauveur.
Founded in 1926 by Martha Graham, a modern dance pioneer, the Martha Graham Dance Company has performed to rapturous acclaim the world over and is now dancing on Quebec soil for the very first time.
One couple, two gifted voices, and a real-life marriage between a tenor and a soprano!
A draw with two exceptional prizes to be won, offers to the Laurentian collectivities and to our public, a chance to support FASS's local, national and international program.
When a performance ends, the dancers take a bow. When a career comes ti an end, one bow out. That's what I am about to do.
After 10 years as the artistic director of FASS, I've decided to step down. I've loved every minute of my time with the Festival, from our initial braisntorming meeting to those magical moments as the curtain rises. Each year has brought fresh challenges and delights. I wish all of this to my illustrious replacement, Guillaume Côté. I wish him great challenges —and immense pleasure. I know that the Festival and Guillaume have the talent to deliver the excellence for which we've become known.
The young dance students, ages 12 to 18, are offered the unique occasion to learn and train for 10 days under renowned dancer/teacher Brigitte Valette.
Dance, music, and action for all ages!
Local and regional merchants have come through again! Thanks to their generosity the Festival will hold its popular silent auction. Over 100 fabulous prizes will be available to choose from including art works, hotel and spa packages as well as various prestigious items.