Movement in exile is a new festival for dance in exile. We want to promote and stage professional productions in per definition non-western dance. What emerges in our dance in the meeting or confluence with other dance forms as well as contemporary Swedish performance and dance. Movement in exile 2007 opens with Chamat Carmen!, a new production of the Indian/Oriental dance company Videshi. The festival runs October 26- 28 in Stockholm, Sweden.
The festival also present Baadjoo, dance and music from Ghana and Madhu´s Dream, a performance with Indian dance and music for children (8–12) by Odissi Dansproduktion. There are also workshops given in oriental dance for adults, oriental dance for children, bharatanatyam and tribal.Chamat Carmen!
(Videshi dance company)
Videshi have explored, played with and pulled the limits of Orientaland Indian classical dance together with a DJ. The performance isinspired by the music and dramatical tension in Bizet´s Carmen.
Choreography/dance: Anna Bolmström, Sophia Ström, Ulrika AnoukhaLarsen, Doris Straihamer Light: Lars Liljegren Sound: Richard ReaghCostume: Ann-Cristine Ström
October 26 and 27 at 7-8 pm
Westafrican dance and music from Ghana. Four dancers and seven percussionists in a performance that sparkles of sound, movement, color and joy!
Dancers/musicians: Mia Awudogu, Carina Bagge, Ulf Carlson, JanCarlsson, Robert Gustavsson, Tanya Harnell, Åse Hellerud, Eva Larsson,Marie Ljungsten, Lars Lundberg, Afua Awuku Gilmore.
Oktober: 28 at 6 pm
Madhu is a young girl in a small city by the Indian coast. Her sincere dream is to dance. A performance that points out everyday India, to dare defy and not having to hide ones dream. Madhus dröm stresses the joy in dance and music and takes off in the Indian traditional and popular world of music and dance.
Choreography/dance: Ulrika Anoukha Larsen Music: Moa Danielson, StianGrimstad Light: Lars Liljegren Sound: Eric Bergström, Scenography: Zanna Wieveg, Costume: Ann-Christin Ström
October 30 at 12 am and 2pm
Bharatanatyam (Indian classical dance) 12.00
Oriental dance 13.00
Oriental dance for children 11.00
Teater Tre, Rosenlundsgatan 12, Stockholm, Sweden
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