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Spring Forward 2017 Line Up announced!

Meet the most promising choreographers and get ready to be moved

Spring Forward is back from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 April 2017, this year in Aarhus including a live stream with exclusive content, some topical debates and the chance to meet dance friends old and new.

We are happy to announce that the following Twenty17 Artists will travel to Denmark to present their selected work:

  • Anastasia Valsamaki - Sync - Greece
  • Mithkal Alzghair - Displacement - France
  • Company Furinkaï / Satchie Noro & Silvain Ohl - Origami - France
  • Timothy and the Things / László Fülöp & Emese Cuhorka - Your Mother At My Door - Hungary
  • Hege Haagenrud - The Rest is Silence - Norway
  • Himherandit Productions - Andreas Constantinou - WOMAN - Denmark
  • Francesca Foscarini - Vocazione all’Asimmetria - Italy
  • Inside Out / Linda Hayford - Shapeshifting - France
  • Žigan Krajnčan and Gašper Kunšek - Alien Express - Slovenia
  • LOCATION X / Taneli Törmä - Classical Beauty - Denmark
  • Martin Hansen - Monumental - Germany
  • Botis Seva - Reck - UK
  • Alessandro Schiattarella - Altrove - Switzerland
  • Daniele Ninarello - Kudoku - Italy
  • Luke Baio & Dominik Grünbühel - Ohne Nix - Austria
  • Jesús Rubio Gamo - Bolero - Spain
  • Vera Ondrašikova - GUIDE - Czech Republic
  • Renata Piotrowska-Auffret - Death. Exercises and variations - Poland

Additionally we will welcome from the Twenty16 selection Kristin Helgebostad & Laura Marie Rueslåtten (Norway) with ME TOO. We will also intrigue you with some dance from Asia with Kuan-Hsiang Liu and Ching-Ying Chien from Taiwan presenting their duo KIDS as part of our new Exchange with the Taiwan Dance Platform.

Spring Forward festival will take place in Aarhus, Denmark, hosted by our partner Bora Bora and other local venues as part their year-long European Capital of Culture 2017 programme.

A full schedule of the festival will be available online in January so keep an eye on our website and social media channels.

Picture: Morten Fauerby,

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