Contemporary Dance 3
The Pleasure of Dancing
Advanced technique classes and choreography that offers some challenges – and always a pleasure.
Tuesday classes will emphasize on repertoire pieces (less time will be devoted to technical work).
Discover new ways to unleash your talent and stay fit through contemporary dance. The École de danse contemporaine de Montréal offers a stimulating learning environment and access the expertise of trained professional - all in our studios located in the heart of downtown Montréal, in the Édifice Wilder-Espace Danse.
Profile: The participant must have taken the Level 2 course for 1 to 2 years or have an advanced level in contemporary dance. From 16 years old.
The class will be transmitted in French.
Teachers - Winter session: Chanelle Allaire, Élise Bergeron
Teachers - Spring session: Chanelle Allaire
**The health and safety of our employees, customers, and communities are our primary concern. Please note that several health measures have been put in place to ensure safe spaces for all.**
- Fall 2022: September 10 to December 5 | Except on October 8, 9, 10
- Winter 2023: January 14 to April 6
- Spring 2023: April 15 to May 19
|SPRING 2023 SESSION|
|7.45 to 9.15 pm||7.45 to 9.15 pm||11.15 am to 12.45 pm|
6 to 7.30 pm
|Dance 2||6 to 7.30 pm|
|Dance 3||7.45 to 9.15 pm|
|Contemporary Barre||6 to 7.30 pm|
5.30 to 6.30 pm + 6.45 to 7.45 pm
|Classes||Rates (prices include taxes)|
|One classe per week (Winter: 12 classes)||$260|
|One classe per week (Spring: 5 classes)||$110|
|Drop-in class or trial class*||$26|
*Online payment not available.
If registrations exceed the studio capacity people, priority is given to people who paid the subscription in advance.
Terms of payment
Refund: For refunds, the EDCM complies with the Consumer Protection Act (Loi sur la protection du consommateur) in effect in Quebec. Clients may at any time, and at their discretion, cancel their course by notifying the EDCM in writing. To do so, clients must complete and submit the online cancellation form by email.
Courses are automatically cancelled from the date on which written notice was sent. No fees or penalties are charged if courses are cancelled before they begin. If courses are cancelled during the term, courses that have been taken must be paid for, in addition to a penalty equal to the lesser of the following amounts: $50 or 10% of the cost of services not yet received. All refunds will be paid within 30 business days.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I take a drop-in class?
You can take a drop-in class at the cost mentionned above. To do so, please create your account on the online platform. The day of the class, check the number of spots available. However, it is not possible to book a drop-in class in advance. Registration will be done on site at the reception at the same time as payment. Your previously created account will facilitate the registration process. Participants who would like to register after taking this drop-in class will receive the same credit applied to their registration fee for the term.
Are drop-in classes available for the whole session?
Participants can take drop-in classes between session the first and penultimate lessons, with the last class being a free observation class. As the learning pace increases during the session, participants taking drop-in classes need to be aware of the difficulties and risks associated to the cadence of the class. Depending on the progression of the session, it may be preferable to follow a class of lower level.
Do I need to create an account on the registration platform if I only take drop-in classes?
All participants must complete their account online.
Participants can determine which level suits them through the following:
- Adult Beginner: profile – The participant is a beginner in dance or has not practiced for several years.
- Adult 1: profile – The participant must have taken the beginner dance course for 1 to 2 years or have an intermediate level in contemporary dance.
- Adult 2: profile – The participant must have taken the Level 1 course for 1 to 2 years or have an aintermediate-advanced level in contemporary dance.
- Adult 3: profile – The participant must have taken the Level 2 course for 1 to 2 years or have an advanced level in contemporary dance.
Photo: Julie Artacho | Dancer: Justine Dagenais-de Montigny