The Listeners Cullberg

Choreographer Alma Söderberg In 2016, Alma Söderberg was awarded The Birgit Cullberg Grant by The Swedish Arts Grants Committee with the following motivation: ”Alma Söderberg stands out among Swedish choreographers. She follows her own path – genre does not determine her performing arts. It is concert, performance and dance. Alma has been called the human […]

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Raymonda

Ny klassisk balett med tyll och tåspets! Året är 1898. Den nya Kungliga Teatern i Stockholm står färdigbyggd. På scenen repeteras baletten Raymonda, en berättelse om en kvinna som dras till två olika män. Kärleksproblemen går igen i kulisserna och även ballerinan som spelar huvudrollen måste göra samma svåra val. Publiken följer dramat både på […]

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Headspace The royal Opera House London 16 April

Background HeadSpaceDance – directed and curated by Christopher Akrill and Charlotte Broom – present their new programme If Play Is Play…, a dance-drama collaboration with actor, playwright and director Matthew Dunster and choreographers Luca Silvestrini and Johan Inger. Performers Christopher Akrill, Clemmie Sveaas, Gemma Nixon and Jonathan Goddard dance the exciting programme, giving audiences a […]

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Plateau Effect Cullberg Balett

Dancer Eva Mohn Press cuttings Plateau Effect “During the world premiere of Van Dinther’s newest creation, nine dancers construct three wondrous worlds.” “Hallucinatory, never shown before, it seems to be a film that we are looking at.” “… it is a soft, smooth, seductive world. When the dancers finally walk upright again, they are totally […]

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I Remember

Art Of Spectra och Peter Svenzon gästar Stockholm och skapade under tre kvällar ett verk exklusivt för FOTOGRAFISKA… Föreställningen INGRESS – I Remember är den första i en svit av tre föreställningar. Minnet tar oss tillbaka. Till barndomen, till glada stunder, till ledsamheter, till oförglömliga upplevelser. Men vad är egentligen ett minne? Kan vi vara […]

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Impromtus by Marco Goecke

World premiere 21/ 2 at the Royal Swedish Opera House in Stockholm Marco Goecke’s new work for the Royal Swedish Ballet is created to Schuberts welknown” four Impromptus for piano” .Marco Goecke has won much acclaim for his innovative choreography, both in his native Germany and abroad. Since 2005, he has been house choreographer at […]

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Rite of Spring 2 Pina Bausch, the Tanztheater Wuppertal

In 1972, Bausch started as artistic director of the Wuppertal Opera ballet, which was later renamed as the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch (de), run as an independent company. The company has a large repertoire of original pieces, and regularly tours throughout the world from its home base of the Opernhaus Wuppertal. Frühlingsopfer, premiered in 1975, […]

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