Archive for Andersson Dance
Andersson Dance and Per Tengstrand is presented at Dansens Hus in Stockholm 26-27 Jan 2018 with the work “Alae”. Tickets and info here!
“Goldberg Variations – Ternary patterns for insomnia” is presented at Thuringer Bachwochen / Erfurt Theater 22 April, at Stavanger Konserthus 24 April and at Bærum Kulturhus 26-27 April.
Andersson Dance & Scottish Ensemble returns to “Goldberg Variations – ternary patterns for insomnia” for a guestperformance at City Theatre Brugge, in organization of Concertgebouw and Cultuurcentrum Brugge Jan 19. The performance is part Bach Academie BRugge 2017. More info here!
Andersson Dance presents a new version of DIM-EYES at Danscentrum, Stockholm Oct 5-Oct 8.
The Andersson Dance and Scottish Ensemble collaboration “Goldberg Variations – Ternary patterns for insomnia” has been selected for Internationales Tanzmesse. The work will be presented at Tanzhaus NRW Aug 31 at 8 PM. More info on the project here!
Goldberg Variations – ternary patterns for insomnia returns to Sweden for eight-date tour Andersson Dance and Scottish Ensemble are thrilled to return to the stage together for an eight-date tour of Sweden. Kicking off tonight at Spira, Jönköping, the tour continues from the north to the south of the country, taking in Gävle, Västerås, Kungsbacka, Vara and […]
20 April – 24 april Andersson DAnce opens for for work-in-progress showings of a new project, DIM EYES, at Dansmuseet in Stockholm. More info to be added!
13-city tour announced for Andersson Dance & Scottish Ensemble and the new creation “Goldberg Variations – Ternary patterns for insomnia!
ANDERSSON DANCE & SCOTTISH ENSEMBLE GOLDBERG VARIATIONS – TERNARY PATTERNS FOR INSOMNIA 11 musicians, 5 dancers, one new interpretation of J.S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations It started life as a study for harpsichord; a simple aria, and a set of 30 variations. Today, it’s not only one of the most well-known of Bach’s works – […]
Stora Teatern has invited Andersson Dance to present their 2012 creation “Name of the next song” 19 feb. The piece, which has been presented in Irland, UK, Finland, twice in Norway and twice in Denmark and all around Sweden, features original music by BJ Nilsen. Info & tickets here! More about the work here!
The dancers Asher Lev and Shi Pratt travel with Örjan Andersson to the festival IMC to present 30 minutes of the performance “Name of the next song” and two workshops Nov 19-20.