|Omtale i Rjukan Arbeiderblad (05.05.99) av Dans & Toners produksjon Visjoner (1999)||May 5, 1999||Download|
Visions (1999) was a production by Dans & Toner.
At the webpage of Dans & Toner the following, among other things, is written about Visions:
"In the production Visions three art genres meet - music, dance and visual arts. Six different choreographers have created each their choreography based on Norwegian visual arts. Some have found inspiration in the energy of the picture, some of the expression, some of the motif.
The choreographers differ a lot, in personality, working method and experience, reflected in the dance they have created. The music has been made by the composer in dialogue with the choreographers. Thus the sound image ranges wide. The images in question are Edvard Munch's Galloping Horse and The Sun, (Thorvald) Hellesen's Composition, Gunnar S. Gundersen's Vifte (literally: Fan), Anthony Lewis' Birds (computer art)."
Production support from: Arts Council Norway (departments for performing arts and for children/youth) and The Audio Visual Fund.
Dans & Toner, dansogtoner.no, 16.08.2012, http://www.dansogtoner.no/visjoner.htm
Information(Objekt ID 29888)
|Produced by||Dans & Toner|
|Based on||Mann med kvinne i fanget by Peter Lodwick, Tim Rushton; Edges by Peter Lodwick, Katrine Bølstad; Capercaillies by Peter Lodwick, Jan de Miranda; Birds by Peter Lodwick|
|Number of events||17|
|Keywords||Music, Dance, Multidisciplinary, Performance for youth|
|Running period||1999 — 1999|
|Website||dans & toner|
|Katrine Bølstad||– Choreography (Edges)|
|Lise Ferner||– Choreography|
|Toni Ferraz||– Choreography|
|Marit Krogeide||– Choreography|
|Merete Lingjærde||– Choreography|
|Tim Rushton||– Choreography (Mann med kvinne i fanget)|
|Peter Lodwick||– Composer|
|Kristian Alm||– Dancer|
|Toni Ferraz||– Dancer|
|Marit Krogeide||– Dancer|
|Merete Vold||– Dancer|
|Peter Lodwick||– Musician|
|Marit Krogeide||– Producer|
|Peter Lodwick||– Producer|
|1999||– Worldwide premiere|
Arne Persson, date unknown, Rjukan Arbeiderblad [Rjukan]:
"An impressive performance, creating great involvement in pupils and teachers alike!"