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“The juniors already have their own, significant style, full of vigor, extraordinary flexibility and exceptional passion. The group impresses by strength, cogency and talent.”

- Le Quotidien on NDT 2

Paul Lightfoot
Sol León
Johan Inger
Alexander Ekman

In this programme:

Sad Case - Sol León & Paul Lightfoot
Sad Case was created in 1998 when Sol León was seven months pregnant with their daughter, and acts as one of the main pillars of León & Lightfoot’s oeuvre. Surprising and earthly movements on Mexican mambo music show a continual search for the tension between satirical and classic moments.

Sad Case - Sol León & Paul Lightfoot

I New Then - Johan Inger
To light, fresh, and flirty songs by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison, four girls and five boys playfully move across the stage. In a high pace, duets fluently transition into group dances, only for a single dancer to escape it every time; sprouting individuals rebelling against the group that is never quite in unison. The dancers let themselves fall in between the others or find shelter in the steel forest that serves as the backdrop. Inger's work breathes humour: it’s fresh and optimistic, and exists in a continuous search for crossovers between dance and theatre while being indebted to natural and unaffected movements.

I New Then - Johan Inger

Cacti - Alexander Ekman
In Cacti choreographer and self-proclaimed ‘rhythm freak’ Alexander Ekman used classical music for the first time; a new arrangement of Schubert’s Der Tod und das Mädchen, in which the dancers form the instruments of the orchestra.

Cacti - Alexander Ekman