New Baltic Dance
International Contemporary Dance Festival - New Baltic Dance (Naujasis Baltijos šokis) has grown up into one of the main and most prestigious dance festivals in the Baltic Sea region. The first event in 1997 gathered participants mostly from the post-Soviet countries where contemporary dance had been only starting. Since then the number of guest countries increased.
Information(Objekt ID 11706)
|Also known as||International Contemporary Dance Festival/Naujasis Baltijos šokis|
|Address||Šiltadaržio skg. 6, 01124 Vilnius, Lithuania|
The program of International Contemporary Dance Festival - New Baltic Dance consists both of well established companies with famous productions and new young companies/choreographers with experimental works.
One of the principles of the festival is to present the newest productions (usually not more than 12 months old), thus the event is open for premieres, post-premieres, pre-premieres. The festival also provides the possibility for Lithuanian choreographers to show their newest creations (mostly premieres).
Šokio naujienos, dance.lt, 04.04.2011, http://www.dance.lt/new-baltic-dance/
|AGAIN||– May 9, 2013 – zero visibility corp., NorrlandsOperan|
|(im)possible||– May 2, 2012 – zero visibility corp.|
|Omega and the Deer||– May 2, 2012 – Ingun Bjørnsgaard Prosjekt|
|Flawed||– May 6, 2011 – winter guests|
|The Experiment||– May 8, 2010 – Jo Strømgren Kompani|
|SH:HO||– May 5, 2009 – Carte Blanche|
|The Afternoon and The Others||– 2001 – Ingun Bjørnsgaard Prosjekt|