Alexandra 'Spicey' Landé

Alexandra 'Spicey' Landé is our Mentor with the MAI. Spicey’s mentee will benefit from 40h of free access to the MAI’s dance studios.

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Spicey is the mentor for you if you are interested in: developing your artistic practice and reflecting on how to manage your artistic career.  She also is well versed in anything relating to dance, choreography and artistic direction

​​As a Montreal based choreographer and major figure of Hip-Hop dance in Quebec, Alexandra 'Spicey' Landé’s passion for this art was born in the 80's when she was very young. The symbiotic relationship she has with Hip-Hop culture in her choreographic work is the essence of her artistic signature. In 2005, she created the Bust A Move Festival, which has become the largest street dance competition in Canada and is co-presented by TOHU. Spicey has also been a performer and teacher of hip-hop dance for over 20 years. Wanting to push her artistic aspirations and bring street dance creation to the contemporary stage, she founded the Ebnflōh company in 2015. She surrounds herself with accomplices and pairs who fuel her creative process. Today with Ebnflōh, Alexandra 'Spicey' Landé builds a choreographic language that is unique to her vision. Her artistic signature, her involvement in the community and her contribution to the artistic milieu make her a driving force in the creation of street dance in Canada.

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Recognising the generous support

This initiative is made possible by the generous support of the Peter N. Thomson Family Innovation Fund.


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