GRAND PRIX DE LA DANSE DE MONTRÉAL
The GRAND PRIX DE LA DANSE DE MONTRÉAL is awarded to dance artists (individual, group or dance company) to honour an exceptional contribution to the artform, and whose work was seen in Montreal during the previous season (period between July 1 and June 30). It comes with a $25,000 grant.
PRIX INTERPRÈTE DE LA DANSE DE MONTRÉAL
The award, which comes with a $10,000 cash prize partly funded by Caisse de la Culture, is awarded to a Quebec performance artist whose professional dance work presented in the province during the previous year, was deserving of special note. RQD has entrusted the PRIX DE LA DANSE DE MONTRÉAL jury with selecting a winner on the basis of artistic approach, interpretation quality and commitment to choreographic work and the community of dancers.
PRIX RÉVÉLATION DE LA DANSE DE MONTRÉAL
The Prix RÉVÉLATION de la danse is presented by Agora de la danse and Tangente. It comes with a prize of $5000. This new award pays tribute to a Quebec choreographer, dancer or a collaborator (in lighting, sound, set design, etc.) who stands out as a revelation within the dance milieu.
PRIX ETHEL BRUNEAU
The Prix Ethel Bruneau was created in honour of this dance artist who has had a profound impact on history. This new award will be dedicated to highlighting, year after year, dance artists and artisans whose contribution is little known. Its purpose is to present an accurate and current narrative of the world of dance. Together, the MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) and Danse Danse are joining forces to sponsor the Prix Ethel-Bruneau.
PRIX DIFFUSION INTERNATIONALE DE LA DANSE DE MONTRÉAL
As part of its 35-year anniversary, CINARS has created a 8th Price : Le Prix de la Danse de Montréal, catégorie DIFFUSION INTERNATIONALE. Awarded by CINARS, the prize is dedicated to a Canadian Dance Company that has put together an outstanding international tour. CINARS is pleased to offer a $ 5,000 grant to the recipient.
PRIX DU CALQ POUR LA MEILLEURE OEUVRE CHORÉGRAPHIQUE 2019-2020 SEASON
The CALQ award, accompanied by a $10,000 cash prize, recognizes an outstanding choreographic work performed in Québec for the first time during the previous season. Choreographers from all regions of Québec are eligible. The winner is chosen by a CALQ-selected jury.
This award comes with a prize of $10,000 and is given to an individual, a collective or an organization that embraces cultural diversity or inclusive practices, in recognition of a significant contribution to the dance scene or an outstanding achievement during the previous season (from July 1 to June 30).