• Work in Progress
  • As part of “Québec/Ontario Project”
  • Photo: Myriam Baril-Tessier
  • Photo: Myriam Baril-Tessier
  • Photo: Myriam Baril-Tessier


  • Aïcha Bastien-N’Diaye (chorégraphe indépendant)
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  • Total duration: 20 min
  • KHA’ is a word in the Huron-Wendat language that means “here”. Strength, resilience and vulnerability. This solo choreographed and performed by Aïcha Bastien-N’Diaye suggests a striking amalgam of movement and words. Her work carries a clear and current message: cultural diversity is a strength. This piece draws its inspiration from resemblance rather than differences. A powerful relationship between traditional African gestures, Indigenous, and urban dancing intertwined with a contemporary approach. Waves leading to stillness, and tremors transferring into the ground. A sole body moving through space, a pair of moccasins, a voice and percussion. Drenched in darkness, sections subtlety interlock. This short work is sure to keep both the public and the performer “here”.

    • Year of premiere: 2018
    • Target audience: Grand public
    • Choreographer(s): Aïcha Bastien-N’Diaye
    • Performer(s): Aïcha Bastien-N’Diaye
    Last update: 4 octobre 2018