SECA / DROUGHT
The performative dance installation DROUGHT shows us how an original population changes its rituals due to the climate changes.
Dancers: Thomas Johansen (NO), Alexander Montgomery-Andersen (GL), Ana Jülia Paiva (BR), Ludmilla Ferrare (BR) and Caroline Rodrigues (BR).
Installation artist: Marianne Grønnow
LIght Design: Lars Egegaard Sørensen
Light Assistent: Katja Andreassen
Composer: Kim Helweg
Concept and choreography: Birgitte Bauer-Nilsen
SIKU AAPPOQ / MELTING ICE
An intercultural performance installation about the consequenses of the global climate changes.
Dancers: Alexander Montgomery-Andersen, Greenland
and Thomas Johansen, Norway.
Composer: Carsten Dahl, DK, Singer: Aviaja Lumholt, Greenland
Light Design: Jesper Kongshaug, DK
Installation: Marianne Grønnow, DK
Concept and Choreography: Birgitte Bauer-Nilsen
A dance and music performance premiered in the Tivoli Concert Hall on September 6, 2012, as a part of the festival India Today / Copenhagen Tomorrow. On tour to India, Dec. 2016.
Footprint takes you on a journey through the emotional and physical traces we leave when we experience sadness and love. The performance takes place in an encounter between Danish and Indian artists who each bring different aspects of their cultures into the project.
THE LOVE OF APOLLO AND DAPHNE and other operas
Staging and translation: Magnus Tessing Schneider
Birgitte Bauer-Nilsen is the choreographer behind three operas:
The Love of Apollo and Daphne, Poppaea’s coronation, and David & Bathsheba.
THE ENLIGHTENED ONE – Gautama Buddha
The Enlightened One – Gautama Buddha - is created in cooperation with the Indian choreographer Kanak Rele from Nalanda Dance Reasearch Center, and was first performed at Ravindra Natya Mandir, Pradhadevi, Mumbai in February 2011.
The dance performance The Butterfly is about love between people, men and women, from different countries with very different cultural and aesthetical ideas about the meaning and expression of love. - From Vietnam to Tanzania, India and Denmark. It aims to inspire to a better understanding of different cultures and their aesthetic attitudes, and hopefully, it will contribute towards making it easier for people to live together in a global society.
ICE AND FIRE
Ice and Fire is a fusion of modern dance and Indian contemporary dance.
Ice and Fire was first performed in the National Museum’s Cinema Theatre in December 1997.