Tagged with dance performance

Choreography master's final presentations 2022...

What can choreography be and do? When the students at the Master's programme in Choreography present their final projects on the 10-22 May, they explore the limits of both the body and the conception of choreography beyond. We talk to two of the students about how their choreography is informed...

Bachelor's Programme in Dance Performance at SKH

Read more about the Bachelor's Programme in Dance Performance at Stockholms University of the Arts (SKH)

Tira Kuna, performed at Dansens hus in June 2021

The BA students in Dance Performance at SKH 2021 showed their degree dance production at Dansens Hus. They worked with choreographer Amanda Piña who made a completely new work for and with the students. This performance was recorded at Dansens hus i June 2021. The speaking voices were intimate,...

Dance Degree Project: Sonja Karoliina Aaltonen

Sonja Karoliina Aaltonen LOOPAR LOOPAR observes loops from micro to macro layers in relation to subject formation and world making LOOPAR seeks opportunities for dancing together through loops, rhythms, experiences, sounds, sensations and constant change, while been affected by multiple forces...

Dance Degree Project: Wilma Seppälä

Wilma Seppälä Act Four: Scene of Sentimentality Scene of Sentimentality is a melodramatic movement spectacle. Turning its back to minimalism, the choreography works on drama and theatricality in relation to physicality and welcomes over the top emotions and pompous aesthetics to take the centre...


Stockholms konstnärliga högskola (SKH) utbildar och forskar inom cirkus, dans, danspedagogik, film, media, opera, scenkonst och skådespeleri. Högskolan har cirka 500 studenter och 200 medarbetare.

Stockholm University of the Arts (SKH) provides education and conducts research in the fields of circus, dance, dance pedagogy, film, media, opera, performing arts and acting. The university has about 500 students and 200 employees.


Stockholms konstnärliga högskola
Box 24045
104 50 Stockholm

Besöks- och leveransadress:
Valhallavägen 189, 115 53 Stockholm

Telefon: 08-49 400 000

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