SALVE REGINA is a co-production between Oslo Dance Ensemble and Jo Strømgren Kompani. Both companies have their established distinctive character, but if you take the best of both and mix it, maybe the audience can have the best of both worlds? And maybe even more.
The performance SALVE REGINA embodies the belief that things will get better, and associate with the need for hope and relief in difficult times. The title refers to the Maria hymn which, after being written down in the 1100s, has been very important to our Western cultural history. In an era of confusion, doubt and increasing conflict level, it may be an idea to look back on what has helped people in earlier times. You do not have to be religious to see that the parts of the religions that are related to hope and relief, can make a difference.
SALVE REGINA marks new ambitions for Oslo Dance Ensemble. For the first time, a full-evening performance is produced with both the time and the will to immerse in a uniform expression. The collaboration with Jo Strømgren Kompani also means that the ensemble is launching itself internationally for the first time.
Upcoming tour dates
|Dec 9 2017||Dansens Hus, Oslo, Norway||Info|
|Dec 10 2017||Dansens Hus, Oslo, Norway||Info|
|Dec 12 2017||Dansens Hus, Oslo, Norway||Info|
|Dec 13 2017||Dansens Hus, Oslo, Norway||Info|
|Dec 14 2017||Dansens Hus, Oslo, Norway||Info|
|Dec 15 2017||Dansens Hus, Oslo, Norway||Info|
|Dec 16 2017||Dansens Hus, Oslo, Norway||Info|
|Dec 17 2017||Dansens Hus, Oslo, Norway||Info|
Choreography, scenography: Jo Strømgren
Costume design: Bregje van Balen
Lighting design: Stephen Rolfe
Dancers: Ellen Lindblad, Henriette Hamli, Mariama Slåttøy, Ariella Casu, Mikael Rønne, Matteo Carvone, Jubal Battisti
Artistic director, Oslo Dance Ensemble: Merete Lingjærde
Supported by: Arts Council Norway