Graduated from UQAM’s Dance department, Sébastien Provencher evolves in the contemporary dance field as a choreographer and a performer. He recently joined the company Lorganisme, a structure for independant choreographers. He is interested in inter-disciplinary work, where body and movement are at the heart of the artistic proposal. As of today, his work has been presented in Canada (Agora de la danse, Tangente, Dance Matters, Citadel + Compagnie), in France (Auteurs de troubles) and in Germany (Made in Potsdam). He is currently working on two new co-creation Bones and Wires (co-created with Mathieu Leroux) and What Will come (co-created with Julia B. Laperrière) that will premiere in Montréal in 2021.
As a performer, he has worked with choreographers from Montreal and Toronto like Louise Bédard, George Stamos, Manon Oligny, Helen Simard, Emmanuel Jouthe, Sasha Kleinplatz, Martin Messier, Maïgwenn Desbois, DA Hoskins/Dietrich Group, Riley Sims/Social Growl Dance and Marie Lambin.
Photo : Alain Wong