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• Hozhro, 2010
• La Lecture, 2008
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• Vasistas 1, 2007
• Ectoplasmes 5 X 2, 2005

The Hozhro project, a theatrical cantata by Michel Gonneville, began in 2008. It brought together Isabelle Bozzini of the Bozzini Quartet, the choreographer Danièle Desnoyers, the architect and set designer Pierre Thibault, the lighting specialist Jean Gervais, and the videographer Mario Côté. The work addressed environmental questions through the character of a young woman (soprano) seeking a form of personal harmony (“hozhro” in Navajo).

The multidisciplinary show took place from February 22nd to 27th, 2009 at the Darling Foundry in Montreal. The performers were the soprano Éthel Guéret, the saxophonist Marie-Chantal Leclair, the members of the Bozzini string quartet were Nadia Francavilla on violin, Clemens Merkel on violin, Stéphanie Bozzini on alto violin, Isabelle Bozzini on cello; the dancers were Pierre-Marc Ouellette and Siöned Watkins; the performers, Christian Bujold and Caroline Dubois. The sound engineer was Jean-François Blouin, the lighting engineer was Nancy Bussières, and the technical direction was undertaking by Martin Boisjoli.

Photo credit Mario Côté

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