As selected by Robert Lepage, Tenth Glenn Gould Prize Laureate

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Robert Lepage, winner of the Tenth Glenn Gould Prize, has chosen the fascinating and ingenious L’orchestre d’hommes-orchestres (LODHO) to receive The City of Toronto Glenn Gould Protégé Prize of $15,000 (CAD). Mr. Lepage will present the award to members of LODHO immediately following a special performance of their work Cabaret brise-jour on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 2:00p.m. at The Theatre Centre in Toronto.

A limited number of tickets are available for sale for $50 from the Theatre Centre Box Office beginning February 20th. Call 416-538-0988 or visit to secure your seats. Patrons can also visit the Box Office at 1115 Queen Street West once the new building opens on March 19. Click here to read the full press announcement.


Founded in Quebec City in 2002, LODHO is an artist run collective led by Bruno Bouchard, Gabrielle Bouthillier, Jasmin Cloutier, Simon Drouin, Simon Elmaleh and Danya Ortmann. The figure of the one-man band is emblematic of their philosophy in which the musician truly “struggles with his instrument” to create “visual music”. LODHO made its mark in 2005 with Performs Tom Waits, a production that manifests the group’s unique and iconoclastic artistic approach. It has been presented to great acclaim more than 150 times at major festivals and venues in Denmark, Holland, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, France, Mexico, Ecuador, Luxembourg, Finland, Ireland, Germany and Canada. LODHO has created and toured seven other original works including three pieces for the stage and four street performances using antique trucks.