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A podcast brought to you by Sweden’s largest independent dance institution. Your chance to hear from dance artists, engage with movement, and delve deeper into our creative process.
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Tilman O’Donnell, choreographer and dancer, introduces you and host Kit Brown to his new work The View From Here. The piece presents us with a community of eight dancers entangled with and defining procedures of change – corporeal, spatial, and temporal.The episode is an in-depth conversation about the inseparable nature of what dancers do in the dance studio and what they eventually perform on stage. About trying to find a sweet spot between structure and freedom, and the basic aim to pay attention and resist one’s assumptions. The View From Here world premieres with a live-streamed performance 5 March 2021.-----Host: Kit Brown, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guest: Tilman O’Donnell, choreographer.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton, dancers, Skånes Dansteater.Jingle: Anders Ortman.-----
Mari Carrasco, choreographer and creator of the new work Remind Me I’m Not Dead, and choreographic assistant Stacey Aung join host Kit Brown. The intensely physical work for ten dancers premieres with a live-streamed performance in just a few weeks, in a gallery-like setting with a vast LED screen hanging above the dancers. An episode about dealing with doubts during creating, about being a lonely cowboy looking at things from a distance. To exist between two worlds. But also about just finding the groove and really embody the music. You’ll get to listen to a brief extract of the piece and of Mikael Karlsson’s composition. -----Host: Kit Brown, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guests: Mari Carrasco, choreographer. Stacey Aung, choreographic assistant.Music: Mikael Karlsson.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton, dancers, Skånes Dansteater.Jingle: Anders Ortman.----- 
Heidi Vierthaler, freelance choreographer and teacher of the Stream-Flow movement method, is joining Skånes Dansteater and host Samuel Denton. Heidi talks about reaching a point in her career where she both gets to develop her own work, work with other artists in multidisciplinary projects and teach. Heidi shares her thoughts on getting in tune with your body, section by section, and take yourself beyond the moments of frustration. You’ll also get to join her in a guided Stream-Flow movement exploration that uses visual imagery and tactile exercises. Get your body moving! -----Host: Samuel Denton, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guest: Heidi Vierthaler, choreographer, teacher of the Stream-Flow movement method.Activity: Heidi Vierthaler.Music: Stream of flow", Tom van Wee.Jingle: Anders Ortman.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton, dancers, Skånes Dansteater.-----
Lidia Wos’ choreography is full of fantasy, highlighting obscure perspectives on the body. Lidia and host Samuel Denton think back and discuss the work 'Snapshots of a Crowd's original creation in 2019. You’ll also get to hear a brief excerpt of the piece and join a short rhythmic movement exercise with one of our dancers, Matthew Branham. Lidia Wos’ work 'Snapshots of a Crowd' was supposed to be performed as a part of Skånes Dansteater’s Lunch dance programme this December, but due to current covid-19 restrictions it was filmed instead. The full performance is available on Skånes Dansteater’s website until 31 March 2021.-----Host: Samuel Denton, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guest: Lidia Wos, choreographer.Guided activity: Matthew Branham, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Music: Anders Ortman.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton, dancers, Skånes Dansteater.-----
Amy Raymond, freelance choreographer and teacher of classical ballet and improvisation, is joining Skånes Dansteater’s dancers for a week of workshops. Amy and host Samuel Denton talk about observing dancers, decision making and how critical analysis can be a good thing.Amy shares her experiences of iconic choreographer William Forsythe’s improvisation technologies. She has also been studying Japanese Budo master Akira Hino for the past ten years and has integrated his unique knowledge of the body into all aspects of her work. -----Host: Samuel Denton, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guest: Amy Raymond, choreographer, teacher of classical ballet and improvisation.Jingle: Anders Ortman.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton, dancers, Skånes Dansteater-----
In part 1 Sindri Runudde, dancer and choreographer, and host Kit Brown talked about the new work “A sensoral lecture”. Part 2 gives you a taste of what the audience get to experience in Sindri’s interactive world. You get to hear an audio described extract of “A sensoral lecture” and a series of short guided somatic practices from the piece. Get ready to get involved and try something new with us!The guest performance “A sensoral lecture” at Skånes Dansteater sadly had to be cancelled due to the Swedish government's limiting directives regarding public event. Sindri is one of the participants in our digital DansFunk festival 20 Nov 2020.-----Host: Kit Brown, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guest: Sindri Runudde, dancer, choreographer.Guided activity: Sindri Runudde.Music: Marta Forsberg.Jingle: Anders Ortman.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton. 
Kit Brown talks to Swedish choreographer and dancer Sindri Runudde about the new work “A sensoral lecture”. A solo performance that deals with dating scenarios, auditory romance and love at first frequency. The episode is divided in two parts. In part 1 you’ll hear Sindri and Kit discuss the new work, its themes and the process of making it. Part 2 invites you to experience Sindri’s world.The guest performance “A sensoral lecture” at Skånes Dansteater sadly had to be cancelled due to the Swedish government's limiting directives regarding public event. Sindri is one of the participants in our digital DansFunk festival 20 Nov 2020.-----Host: Kit Brown, dancer, Skånes Dansteater. Guest: Sindri Runudde, dancer, choreographer. Jingle: Anders Ortman. Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton. 
Kit Brown and guest Toby Fitzgibbons dive deeper into the theme of choreographer Tero Saarinen’s new work Transit and talk about dance in relation to sustainability. Toby is a dance artist who alongside his artistic work a master’s student in environmental studies.  Join Kit and Toby for an hour about the big questions. How can dance be related to climate change?  Can art provoke change? Is what we do good or bad for the planet? Dance might not be the answer, but how can it play a role in the creation of a sustainable future? This is the fourth and last part in our series of episodes based on our latest creation Transit.-----Host: Kit Brown, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guest: Toby Fitzgibbons, dance artist, Master's student in Environmental studies.Jingle: Anders Ortman.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton.
Tuomas Norvio is a sound designer and electronic artist. He is the next DancePod guest from the artistic team that choreographer Tero Saarinen has brought together to create "Transit". A work that highlights humanity’s impact on our vulnerable ecosystem and combines Tuomas Norvio’s electronic soundscapes with Sebastian Fagerlund’s live orchestral music. Hear Tuomas’ thoughts on composing and designing sound for performing arts. You also get to hear a brief excerpt from "Transit" together with one of Tuomas’ original sound landscapes. "Transit" world premiered in Malmö on 3 October 2020.-----Host: Samuel Denton, dancer, Skånes Dansteater. Guest: Tuomas Norvio, sound designer, musician. Music: “AAA”, Tuomas Norvio.Jingle: Anders Ortman. Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton. 
Award-winning lighting designer Minna Tiikkainen has made a significant international career in performing arts in Europe. Minna is one of the exciting artists that choreographer Tero Saarinen has brought together to create “Transit” and collectively address one of the most crucial issues of our time.You get to hear a description of a duet, fresh from "Transit" rehearsals. You also meet choreographer’s assistant David Scarantino in a short guided activity based on Tero Saarinen’s movement principles for everyone to try at home. "Transit" world premieres in Malmö on 3 October 2020.-----Host: Kit Brown, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guest: Minna Tiikkainen, light designer.Guided improvisation: David Scarantino, Choreographer’s Assistant, Tero Saarinen Company.Music: “Stonework”, Sebastian Fagerlund. “Window”, “Thule”, “On Your Way”, The Album Leaf.Jingle: Anders Ortman.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton.
Get to know Tero Saarinen, internationally acclaimed choreographer and creator of Transit, this fall’s big dance performance with Skånes Dansteater, played at Malmö Opera. Tero shares his thoughts on his new work and on the process in the dance studio. Transit is an ambitious, multidisciplinary work with 19 dancers exploring the contemporary crisis of mass extinction and the world’s alarming loss of biodiversity. The performance is set to Stonework, Drifts, and Water Atlas composed by Sebastian Fagerlund and played live by the Malmo Opera Orchestra. Transit world premieres in Malmö on 3 October 2020.-----Host: Samuel Denton, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guest: Tero Saarinen, choreographer, Tero Saarinen Company.Jingle: Anders Ortman.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton
A throwback to last year’s highly acclaimed performance Mozart’s Requiem, a collaboration between Skånes Dansteater and Malmö Opera. A work that swept the audience through darkness, joy, sorrow and gratitude. Dancers Samuel Denton, Anette Jellne and Emma Välimäki talk about working with Örjan Andersson, one of Sweden’s most renowned choreographers, and share their experience of dancing side by side with Malmö Opera Chorus on one of Northern Europe's biggest stages.  You’ll get to hear a brief excerpt of Mozart's Requiem. Dancer Kristian Refslund guides you through a movement exploration with some of the tasks and imagery that were used in the creation.-----Host: Samuel Denton, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guests: Anette Jellne and Emma Välimäki, dancers, Skånes Dansteater.Guided improvisation: Kristian Refslund, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Music: ”Requiem in D minor K626 III. Sequenz Lacrimosa” and ”Requiem in D minor K626 VII. Agnus Dei”, W A Mozart with Musica Aeterna, New Siberian Singers, Teodor Currentzis.”Trembling with Tenderness”, Abul MogardJingle: Anders Ortman.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton.
This episode explores some of the pathways that today’s young dance artists take into the profession. We focus on the transition that dance students make in becoming professional artists, and the role a dance company like Skånes Dansteater plays in supporting and nurturing young talent through the dance apprenticeship scheme. Line Branchereau and Ischa Statie reflect on their apprentice year in Malmö and their hopes for the future.Hear a brief excerpt of one of Line Branchereau’s favourite moments from Second Landscape, choreographed by Marina Mascarell. And Jon Ipiña Aparicio takes you through a short creative task based on musicality for everyone to try at home.-----Host: Samuel Denton, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guests: Line Branchereau and Ischa Statie, apprentice dancers, Skånes Dansteater.Guided improvisation: Jon Ipiña Aparicio, apprentice dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Music: ”Second Landscape”, Yamila Ríos. “When the lights are low”, The Paragons - Trojan Records 1967.Jingle: Anders Ortman.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton.
An episode about SWOP Dance Club. A club where young asylum seekers and young people living in Skåne, with all kinds of cultural backgrounds and cultural traditions, meet to create things together through dance. Atoosa Farahmand, Dina Matskevich and Mostafa Jalali Farahani share their SWOP experiences and talks to Kit Brown about the power of dancing together. You’ll also get to listen to a brief excerpt of 1000 Tapesh, a collaboration between Swop dance club and choreographer Kristine Illum in 2017.-----Host: Kit Brown, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guests: Atoosa Farahmand, project leader, Skånes Dansteater. Dina Matskevich, Mostafa Jalali Farahani, Swop.Music: Articulate Silences, Pt. 1, Stars Of The Lid. MusicShad Afghani 2016, Farshad Bang.Jingle: Anders Ortman.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton.
An episode about Dayglow, a performance created in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, and our desire as a company to continue sharing dance with our audience in a safe and novel way. Samuel Denton, Kit Brown, Marion Rastouil and Jing Yi Wang talk about the challenges and opportunities of creating pieces that can be performed and shared at a social distance.You’ll also be hearing a brief excerpt of Uncharted, Skånes Dansteater’s production from last year’s collaboration with Malmö Sommarscen and Europe Beyond Access. This episode’s movement exploration for everyone is led by Riccardo Zandoná.-----Host: Samuel Denton, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guests: Marion Rastouil, Jing Yi Wang and Kit Brown, dancers, Skånes Dansteater.Guided improvisation: Riccardo Zandoná, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Music: Original music Uncharted, Gert Østergaard Pedersen. Celeste, Pete Kuzma.Jingle: Anders Ortman.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton 
Dancers Kit Brown and Sarah Bellugi-Klima explore the magical universe of Djurens karneval (Carnival of the Animals). Created by Spanish choreographer Marcos Morau to the tones of Camille Saint-Saëns’s classic masterpiece ‘Le carnaval des animaux’. Sarah shares her experience with working with Marcos and his team’s spectacular visual design and distinctive and technically ambitious movement material.Join dancer Tiemen Stemerding as he leads you through some of the movement tasks that were used to create the piece.Djurens karneval is a co-production by Danssamverkan Sydsverige consisting of Regionteatern Blekinge/Kronoberg, Byteatern Kalmar, Rum för Dans Halland, Smålands Musik & Teater, Skånes Dansteater.Host: Kit Brown, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guest: Sarah Bellugi-Klima, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Guided improvisation: Tiemen Stemerding, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.Music: Camille Saint-Saëns, The Carnival of the Animals. The Swan, The Cuckoo in the depths of the woods, Tortoises: Academy Of London, Richard Stamp. Hens and Roosters: Palemka Trajkovska & Vesna Tasevska Ananieva. Aquarium: Lucas & Arthur Jussen, Royal Concertgebouw orchestra.Jingle: Anders Ortman.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton 
Dancers Kit Brown and Samuel Denton share their reflections on Second Landscape, a new work by choreographer Marina Mascarell. You get insight into the production, learn some secrets from behind the scenes and even get to listen to a brief excerpt from the performance. Also join dancer Laura Lohi in her ten minutes guided movement exploration.Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel DentonMusic: Yamila RíosJingle: Anders OrtmanSound Engineer: Felix Ramirez Martinez
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