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A podcast brought to you by Sweden’s largest independent dance institution. Your chance to hear from dance artists, engage with movement, and delve deeper into our creative process.

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A podcast brought to you by Sweden’s largest independent dance institution. Your chance to hear from dance artists, engage with movement, and delve deeper into our creative process.

    Episode 20: Marcos Morau – The Carnival of the Animals

    Episode 20: Marcos Morau – The Carnival of the Animals

    Marcos Morau is a choreographer and the artistic director of La Veronal in Barcelona. The hallmarks of his work are a strong visual design and distinctive and technically ambitious movement material. 
    Macros introduces you to Djurens karneval, The Carnival of the Animals, a performance for all adventurous souls from school age and up set to Camille Saint-Saëns’s classic masterpiece. Hear him talk about creating for children for the first time, where he finds inspiration and how he works with references. You also get to hear an audio described extract of the piece. 
    Djurens karneval is a co-production by Danssamverkan Sydsverige consisting of Regionteatern Blekinge/Kronoberg, Byteatern Kalmar, Rum för Dans Halland, Smålands Musik & Teater, Skånes Dansteater. Djurens karneval world premiered in Falkenberg, Sweden, spring 2021 and plays in Malmö and on tour during fall 2021.
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    Host: Kit Brown, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.
    Guest: Marcos Morau, choreographer.
    Music: Camille Saint-Saëns, The Carnival of the Animals; The Swan performed by Lucas & Arthur Jussen, Royal Concertgebouw orchestra.  
    Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton, dancers Skånes Dansteater.
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    Episode 19: Fabio Liberti – NOOK

    Episode 19: Fabio Liberti – NOOK

    Fabio Liberti, choreographer and dancer, introduces you to his new piece NOOK. An outdoor   production for 7 dancers that will perform in parks around Malmö and Lund. 
    In NOOK dancing bodies become a building collective. A few weeks before premiering Fabio and host Samuel Denton talk about our ability to adapt to change and our need to create small tribes. Fabio also share his thoughts on the physicality of NOOK and on being transparent as a leader in the dance studio.
    NOOK world premieres in collaboration with Sommarscen Malmö 12 June 2021.
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    Host: Samuel Denton, dancer, Skånes Dansteater
    Guest: Fabio Liberti, choreographer
    Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton, dancer Skånes Dansteater
    Jingle: Anders Ortman.
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    Episode 18: Madeleine Månsson – A portrait in motion

    Episode 18: Madeleine Månsson – A portrait in motion

    Madeleine Månsson took a different route than many on her journey towards a professional career as a dancer. A former social worker who found dance as an adult. Madeleine has toured around the world with the highly acclaimed duet Dare to Wreck. Today she is working on a new solo with choreographer Carl Knif called Vinterresa.
    Madeleine shares how she uses translation in her creative work and teaching – and the importance of having a community of disabled artists for support, inspiration and everything else that keeps her dancing.
    Madeleine and host Kit Brown also chat about Fine Lines, by Roser López Espinosa for Skånes Dansteater. A duet of power and precision that world premiered at Holland Dance Festival in 2020. You also get to hear an audio described extract of the piece. 
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    Host: Kit Brown, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.
    Guest: Madeleine Månsson, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.
    Music: Fine Lines, Mark Drillich.
    Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton, dancers, Skånes Dansteater.
    Jingle: Anders Ortman.

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    Episode 17, part 2: Tanja Mangalanayagam – Quiet activism

    Episode 17, part 2: Tanja Mangalanayagam – Quiet activism

    In part 1 Tanja Mangalanayagam, project manager, Kit Brown, dancer, and host Samuel Denton talked about general ideas about community, participation, engagement and access. In part 2 you get to hear more about dance and disability specifically. 
    Join us for a conversation about key projects like Europe Beyond Acccess and iDance. The trio explores in greater detail the practice, politics and ideals of advocacy and change, and go deeper into questions of identity, quality and fear of change and much more.
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    Host: Samuel Denton, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.
    Guests: Tanja Mangalanayagam, project manager, Skånes Dansteater & Kit Brown, dancer, Skånes Dansteater. 
    Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton, dancers, Skånes Dansteater.
    Jingle: Anders Ortman.
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    • 57 min
    Episode 17, part 1: Tanja Mangalanayagam – Community, participation and engagement

    Episode 17, part 1: Tanja Mangalanayagam – Community, participation and engagement

    Tanja Mangalanayagam is a quiet force behind the scenes: committed, hardworking and a real advocate for change. As project manager at Skånes Dansteater she designs and leads projects that want to use our art form to bring communities together and give...

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    Episode 16: Tilman O'Donnell - The View From Here

    Episode 16: Tilman O'Donnell - The View From Here

    Tilman O’Donnell, choreographer and dancer, introduces you and host Kit Brown to his new work The View From Here. The piece presents us with a community of eight dancers entangled with and defining procedures of change – corporeal, spatial, and temporal.
    The episode is an in-depth conversation about the inseparable nature of what dancers do in the dance studio and what they eventually perform on stage. About trying to find a sweet spot between structure and freedom, and the basic aim to pay attention and resist one’s assumptions. The View From Here world premieres with a live-streamed performance 5 March 2021.
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    Host: Kit Brown, dancer, Skånes Dansteater.
    Guest: Tilman O’Donnell, choreographer.
    Editors: Kit Brown, Samuel Denton, dancers, Skånes Dansteater.
    Jingle: Anders Ortman.
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