The Cullberg dancers create several new and varied choreographies and present them at MDT.
“In-house” is presented within the frame of Cullberg to come — Cullberg Ballet’s focus on the next generation dancers, choreographers and audiences. To come includes internships and co operations with dance educations.
- Alexandra Campbell "LIIKE"
Choreography & performed by: Alexandra Campbell. Film: LAJI – Alexandra Campbell, Lisa Holmqvist, Jeanette Steinsland. Music: Juvelen.
- Andrea Martini "I multiply on a hill"
Choreography & performed by: Andrea Martini. Photo: Yoav Barel. Music: A Silver Mt. Zion.
- Andrea Martini "For men only"
Choreography: Andrea Martini. Performed by: Adam Schütt, Mirko Guido, Luis Alberto Rodriguez, Isaac Spencer, Csongor Szabó, Kristóf Várnagy. Music: Samira Said, Harold Budd, Andrea Martini. Lighting design: Nette Karlsson. Make-up: Jessica Krage, Caroline Thörnqvist under the supervision of Olle Johansson.
- Shumpei Nemoto "Ugoku"
“Ugoku”, performed by three dancers who usually work in different styles. The piece explores the way to approach movement from different perspectives, researching a common place, with its own style, by the dancers sharing choreographic movement but still retaining their individuality.
Choreography: Shumpei Nemoto. Performed by: Alexander Dam, Markus Bertilsson Almqvist, Shumpei Nemoto. Music: Alva Noto.
- Johanna Lindh & Isaac Spencer "Nobody’s Serviant"
Total musical expressionism meets total physicality in this dance and music performance. Nobody’s Serviant, about to release their debut album, is a musical hybrid between Örjan Högberg (Fläskkvartetten) on electric violin and Johan Skugge (No Science) on synthesizer.
Choreography & performed by: Johanna Lindh, Isaac Spencer. Music: Örjan Högberg, Johan Skugge. Lighting: Nette Karlsson.
- Adam Schütt "Modal Phenom"
“….the dancers make and listen to sound and are motivated by the enjoyment of hearing, the sensation it produces – the tingling feeling of hearing something you have never heard before, the excitement of a place you have never experienced before.” — Adam Schütt, 2011
“Modal Phenom” playfully explores a complex system of games that involve recognition, denial, call and response, expectation, and the unexpected. Created in collaboration with three dancers, the work builds a movement language and a spontaneous sound score simultaneously, with the incorporation of handmade musical instruments and electronic sound manipulation.
Choreography: Adam Schütt. Performed by & sound: Adam Scühtt, Daniel Sjökvist, Isaac Spencer, Patricia Vázquez. Costume design, instruments & lighting concept: Adam Schütt.
- Hanako Hoshimi-Caines "I’ll believe in anything"
Choreography & performed by: Hanako Hoshimi-Caines. Guitar intro: Plants and Animals. Voice: Rev. Raphael Warnock, pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church speaking at Troy Davis’ funeral. The state of Georgia shamefully executed Troy Davis on September 21, 2011 despite serious doubts about his guilt.