TradNation on Disney’s Mill Stage at Epcot Center
Members of the TradNation Project will be missing out on a cold, snowy Québécois winter when they spend three months (January-April 2016) performing at Disney World’s Epcot Center in the Canadian Pavilion. Musicians Claude Méthé, Denise Levac, Nicolas Babineau and dancer/caller Pierre Chartrand are proud to introduce Orlando audiences to traditional Québécois music. In addition to stepdancer-caller Pierre, TradNation members Mélissande Tremblay-Bourassa and Normand Legault will also join the troupe over the three-month stay. The ensemble will perform six sets per day, five days a week. Stop by and say hello if you are in Florida!