Thanks to their extraordinary musical performances, Kleztory manages to reach the public by the warmth of klezmer and to transport us in a second state of febrility. On a world tour in Europe, Asia and America, Kleztory offers a unique sound and a life-changing concert.



Mathilde K. Richer is a young Montreal-born, up-and-coming circus artist specializing in aerial straps and aerial rope. Through her practice, she seeks to broaden the possibilities of expression using her body in the hope that it will allow for a more expansive reading of acrobatic language. She tries to push beyond the standards of beauty by intuitively translating energy to gestures. Initiated to classical music as a child, her approach leans towards the creation of an intimate, lyrical and eclectic vocabulary rooted in a state of authentic presence through performance, acrobatics and dance. She is a graduate of the National Circus School of Montreal since june 2021.



Prepare for a more active listening to the Klezmer meets Circus concert by learning more about the peculiarities of the program.



— Q&A

How to get to the Pierre-Mercure hall?
Planning to drive here? 4 paid parking options are available to you (Parking of the Centre Pierre-Péladeau of UQAM, parking of the Grande Bibliothèque, parking of the Cégep du Vieux-Montréal, parking Cinéplex Quartier Latin). For specific instructions on available parking spaces, please visit our website.

Planning to come by public transit? Berri-UQAM Metro Station, accessible from the Société de Transport de Montréal (STM) Green, Yellow and Orange line, is a 4-minute walk from the Pierre-Mercure hall.

Will the face mask be mandatory?
Yes. The face mask is mandatory at all time as well as during the concert.

Is the vaccine passport mandatory?
As of September 1, 2021, spectators aged 13 and over must have a vaccination passport to attend the concerts and present it at the entrance of the Pierre-Mercure hall, accompanied by an ID. Ticket buyers who do not have a vaccine passport are invited to contact the Pierre-Mercure office at 514-987-6919. To download your vaccine passport, please visit the following page.

How long is the concert?
The concert lasts about 80 minutes.

Is it accessible to people with reduced mobility?
Yes. For people with reduced mobility, an elevator at UQAM’s Centre Pierre-Péladeau provides easy access to the various levels of the venue.


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