Born in 1952 in Quebec Canada, Daniel Léveillé abandoned his architecture studies to begin his dance training in 1976. From 1978 he works closely with Françoise Sullivan, a visual artist and dancer who challenges the traditional values of Quebec society.1991, after many years working as an independent choreographer, he founded his own company, Daniel Léveillé Danse. Since 1988 he has also
held the position of professor at the Dance faculty of the Université du Québec à Montréal. Daniel Léveillé's art shows his constant desire to take a point of view to its conclusion – on the human condition, dance, the body, the world, society - to the point of making works that are obsessive or provocative, or at least considered as such.
14:00-/20:00- April 11th(Sat）, 2015
At Kiosaki International Arts Center, Hall
Admission free/ Advance reservation not required
Address & Inquiry
Kinosaki International Arts Center1062 Yushima Kinosaki-cho Toyooka Hyogo, 669-6101 Japan
TEL : +81(0) 796-32-3888 e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org