La Valse des Invalides

Photos: Michael Slobodian & Maaike Sears


La valse des invalides, the latest production of Ballet Ouest de Montréal, revisits the famous novel Notre-Dame de Paris by Victor Hugo. This ballet tells the story of a young man who is different, misunderstood and ostracized by his family and society, and that of a young woman, the only one who sees in him not only his limitations. La valse des invalides highlights and confronts very current values and questions: our relationship to inner and outer beauty, intolerance, acceptance of differences and our capacity to love.

 Classical technique is combined with the creative choreography of Ballet Ouest's artistic director, Claude Caron, who creates a contemporary work with eight talented dancers and an original musical composition, to the delight of the eyes, ears and soul.


Ballet Ouest de Montréal thanks the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec for their financial support.

Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec

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