Sébastien Provencher

Sébastien Provencher is interested in inter-disciplinary work, in hybrid forms at the confines of several disciplines, where body and movement are always at the heart of the artistic proposal. He approaches performing art as an object of socio-political engagement, proposing a choreographic art that confronts, questions and moves.

Graduated from UQAM’s dance department, Sébastien evolves in the contemporary dance field as a choreographer and a performer. As of today, he has created l’Apologie du Prince Charmant (2015), Children of Chemistry (2017), Two Skeletons (2019) and he is now working on two new co-creations Bones&Wires (2020) and What will Come (2020). His work has been presented in Quebec (Agora de la danse, Tangente, ZH Festival), in Ontario (Dance Matters, Citadel + Compagnie) and in France.

As a performer, he is currently working in between Montreal and Toronto. He also performed for Louise Bédard, George Stamos, Manon Oligny, Helen Simard, Emmanuel Jouthe, Sasha Kleinplatz, Martin Messier, Maïgwenn Desbois and DA Hoskins/Dietrich Group, Riley Sims/Social Growl Dance and Marie Lambin.

Portrait du chorégraphe Sébastien Provencher

Sébastien Provencher © Alex Tran