At the end of 2005, at La Tohu in Montreal, Les Parfaits Inconnus presented LPI1, their first show. A real touring success, the show has been present nearly 500 times in North and South America, Asia and Europe. Since then, the company has continued its work of creation and show presentation with three other productions: Le retour (2011), Jukebox (2018) and 4 (2021).
Over the years, the company has taken part of several contact meetings, including RIDEAU, CINARS, IPAY, APAP, Fira Tarrega, CAPACOA, Midwest arts conference, RADARTS and Contact Ontarois.
For its creation and distribution projects in Quebec and abroad, the company has benefited, since its creation and on a regular basis, from the support of the CALQ, the CAC and the CAM.
Les Parfaits Inconnus, it’s:
Circus artist graduated from the National Circus School of Montreal (1994) and acrobatic bicycle specialist, Sylvain has been on the road for more than 25 years. He has performed around the world, from Montreal to Sydney, through Paris, Hong Kong, Bogotá, London or Seoul.
His career takes place in Quebec and internationally with La P'tite Fanfare, Grand Cirque Vert, Cirque Helios, Theater Cirqule (Switzerland), Canadian Fantasy Circus (Japan), New Pickle Circus (California), Celebration of Circus (Florida) Cirque Éloize and Les Parfaits Inconnus.
Throughout these years, Sylvain has participated in a multitude of international festivals as well as several TV shows in Canada and the United States and in Korea. In addition, his solo street show: Dubbike has toured across Canada, the United States, France and Switzerland. He is also found in 1997, with the company Princess Cruise, on a cruise ship from Alaska to Costa Rica. In 2005, they founded his own musical circus company, Les Parfaits Inconnus, of which he is the general and artistic director while being part of the distribution of the two productions of the company.
Musician, artist, entrepreneur and handyman passionate about different types of projects. From musical creation to the circus, to the production of film sets, to the technical direction of events or to the setting up of a business.
In 2005, Patrick founded the Musicopratik Inc studios, a place of music, creation and meeting for several musicians from Greater Montreal. More than 2000 musicians per month visit the studios.
In 2009, he joined the circus troupe Les Parfaits Inconnus as musical director and technical director. He participates in the production of three creations distributed throughout the world.
Strongly involved in his community in Verdun, Patrick also takes the helm of the technical direction of events for the SDC Wellington. Finally, Patrick also finds the time to join the artistic department of a film team to participate in the design and production of sets for several Quebec and American films.