- DOCH Bachelor Programme in Dance Performance student performances
The BA students at the University of Dance and Circus (DOCH) present their own works. Tickets are valid all day, including the evening performances by Nadja Hjorton and Örjan Andersson.
The following performances will be presented: Emelie Andersson Wahlman “To perform, To perform myself, To be myself as a performer”, Moa Autio “Att streta i det obekväma, omformning av ingången”, Magnus Dovärn “The art of leading: A novice confessions”, Angeliki Kourtopoulus “Muskulär effektivitet och dess utveckling inom en konstnärlig process”, Tara Motazed Kivani “Irreplaceable”, Erika Pekula Pettersson “What is the difference between what I see and what I experience/feel”, Elvira Roos “Begränsningarna av skönhet”, Sara Sellberg: “Schakt”, Anna Strand Andersen “Reflections, Mirrors and Improvisation”, Per Sundberg “En föreställning i sig själv”, Erika Thalisson Ranhagen “Duett med mig själv”, Marie Wårell Öhman “It’s about communication”, Cicilia Östholm “TBA” (Saturday only).
University of Dance and Circus (DOCH), Sweden’s highest seat of learning and research in the art of dance and circus, started in 1963 and has developed into a leading institution for artistic education and research. At DOCH the tradition is challenged by innovation and experiment. It is a meeting place for art, pedagogy and science, old and new theoretical concepts. Popular traditions gain new meaning and new artistic careers develop to change our ideas about what is known.We do not educate for the present, but for the future. It is our students and their visionsthat will move the world!
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- DOCH Bachelor Programme in Dance Performance
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