AARHUS SUMMER DANCE
AARHUS SUMMER DANCE
- World-class dance under the summer sky
Once again, Danish Dance Theatre is pleased to continue this unique collaboration with Moesgaard Museum, presenting Aarhus Summer Dance. Under the summer sky, the audience can experience some of the best in modern dance and ballet, curated by Danish Dance Theatre’s new Artistic Director, Pontus Lidberg.
This year’s program consists of a visit from New York’s ballet star Alban Lendorf from American Ballet Theatre and The Royal Danish Ballet, two works with the acclaimed Cuban company Acosta Danza, choreographed by Pontus Lidberg and the Flemish / Moroccan master choreographer Sidi Larbi, while Alessandro Sousa Pereira presents excerpts from his critically acclaimed powerhouse ‘Krash’.
There is free entry to all the performances.
Choreography: Danish Dance Theatre’s Artistic Director Pontus Lidberg, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Alessandro Sousa Pereira, among others
Companies: Danish Dance Theatre, Acosta Danza, among others
Dancers: Alban Lendorf, Danish Dance Theatre’s 14 dancers, 6 dancers from Acosta Danza, among others
Musik: DJ Turkman Souljah, among others
Price: The performance is free, and you do not need a ticket to the museum to see the performance.
Length: Approximately 60 minutes
Amazing architecture in beautiful surroundings
The audience is seated on the roof of Moesgaard Museums new exhibition building, which has been designed by Henning Larsen Architects together with the office of landscape architect Kirstine Jensen. Situated here, the audience can enjoy the view of the green hills, as well and the dance and the music. The sloping, grassy roof is perfectly suited to double as auditorium seating due to the incline, and the audience is welcome to bring blankets and cushions to sit on.
Food & beverages
In case of hunger or thirst, Moesgaard’s cozy café is open before, during and after the performance, where they offer cold drinks, as well as Nordic dishes. The café also has freshly brewed coffee, tea and homemade bread and cakes from their own bakery. Spectators are also welcome to bring their own picnic basket.
In case of rain
If it starts to rain before or during the performance, then there is a possibility that the performance will be cancelled, as the vinyl on the stage can become very dangerous to dance on when it becomes wet. Danish Dance Theatre will keep you informed on the website, on Facebook and on Moesgaard’s digital platforms.
Aarhus SUMMER DANCE
17th -18th of August at 12pm & 3pm
Moesgaard Museum, Aarhus