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A tribute to the genius that was Sergei Rachmaninoff; Ken Ossola leads into the mind of the famous Russian composer and pianist, exploring the light and darkness that inhabit us all. It is a lyrical and romantic new work full of emotion.

The sun rises. The first glimmers of the day appear, nestled in a sea of blue. Nature awakens from its sweet somnolence. In the distance, Rachmaninoff’s melancholic and powerful piano can be heard.


La Lueur de l’Aube (Dim Light of Dawn) offers the spectator a contemplation of light and darkness, a lyrical and romantic new work, filled with emotion.


Choreography: Ken Ossola

Length: 16 min. 

Music: Sergei Rachmaninoff

Light: Marc Parent

Photo shot: Damian Siquerions

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