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AB Dance Company | Sasha Pepelyaev: Where to invite Liza?
A new piece from Sasha Pepelyaev starts the 40th jubileum year for AB Dance Company.
Manilla theatre, Turku
Anna-Maija Terävä – Katja Mustonen: The Other Other
The theme of the ‘The Other Other’ performance is otherness which appears in the performance as a personal transformation. What do we experience in ourselves as permanent and what is changing?
ITAK stage, Kuopio
COMMUNITY DANCE FESTIVAL – Creative Together: Häivähdyksiä muusta – Solo performance (demo version) and Discussion
Community Dance|Contemporary dance
Pia Lindy’s and Tuula Sarivaara’s collaborative work Häivähdyksiä muusta and post-performance discussion will happen on the Zoom platform as part of Community Dance Festival.
Zoom platform, Helsinki
Finnish National Ballet: Flock & Golden (stream)
The young talent of the Finnish National Ballet takes over the stage. The free event comprises two world premieres.
Alexander Theatre / online, Helsinki
Jukka Ristolainen: PELTO (Field)
PELTO is a modern dance, a manure and rock’n’roll scented drive-in dance spectacle in which meat moves, manure flies about and field cars rattle.
Kokko1721 residence, Kangasniemi
Live Art Society: rinnakkaisuus_amongness
Milla Virtanen & Jaakko Toivonen
Dance Theatre|Contemporary dance
Site specific performance Last Supper brings the audience momentarily into a transitional phase, somewhere between life and death, truth and lies.
Teater Viirus, Helsinki
Parvi – Flock
Kekäläinen & Company’s Parvi-Flock is a touching work about beings and being in the era of the anthropocene.
The Finnish National Museum, Helsinki
Riveria, Dance education Outokumpu: RELOAD 5.0 .
RELOAD 5.0 involves a visit from solo dancers of Riveria’s dance school, Outokumpu, to the Regional Dance Centre of Eastern Finland, Kuopio.
ITAK stage, Kuopio
Tampere Theatre Festival | Kati Raatikainen & team: Quartet
Four people on stage, four unique ways to sense the world and function as part of it, four human beings letting their uniqueness drive their movement, experiencing each other, dancing, listening to the sounds of the world.
The Why Mix
The Why Mix is a geometric, thrilling, colourful and partly serious mixture of contemporary dance, mime and music. The piece ponders on children’s reduced bodily expression and movement constructions in the time of smartphones and emojis.
Annantalo Arts Centre, Helsinki