Andersson Dance is an ever-changing constellation of artists in the field of dance collaborating with choreographer Örjan Andersson, based in Stockholm, Sweden.
Andersson Dance, based in Stockholm Sweden, is led by choreographer Örjan Andersson. Since 1996 Örjan has created numerous works for various contexts, from the intimate to the larger format. An exploration of music has always been in focus, regardless if newly composed electronica, folk music or classical works. Andersson Dance continuously invites artists – dancers, composers, light designers, set designers, costume designers, video designer, et al – for cooperations in various formats.
Andersson Dance is analogous to Örjan Andersson’s artistry and a language of derived from vastly different experiences of creating choreographic works. This language and his fascination with space and the amount we take hold of has been and is still in focus. Whatever the context, this side of the choreographer has been the common denominator – the movement in space and time. Örjan Anderssons investigation and fascination with movement has been conducted in many disparate contexts. Early on he received opportunities to create choreography for the large institutions nationally and internationally. This gave him an opportunity to develop his language and his view on the larger stages. At the same time Örjan Andersson founded Andersson Dance.
Andersson Dance is funded by the Swedish Arts Council,
the Arts Grants Committe and the Cultural Capital of Stockholm.
Selected works by Örjan Andersson:
Goldberg Variations – ternary patterns for insomnia, 2015
- Scottish Ensemble & Andersson Dance,
opened at Dansens Hus, Stockholm, 2015
Residual bits of sunlight, 2014
Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Stockholm, Sweden
Exposition and the body, 2014
Royal Swedish Ballet, Stockholm, Sweden
Dramaten – The Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm, Sweden
Karmer kring blå, 2013
Bern:Balett, Bern, Switzerland
Name of the next song, 2012
Andersson Dance in co-production with Aarhus Theatre, Aarhus, Denmark
Seven Clues, 2011
for Skånes Dansteater, Malmö, Sweden.
Pile it on, 2009
Andersson Dance in co-production with Dansens Hus, Oslo, Norway
for Carte Blanche, Bergen, Norway.
Andersson Dance in co-production with NorrlandsOperan, Umeå, Sweden.
Ready To Explode, 2006
Andersson Dance, at Dansens Hus, Stockholm, Sweden.
Arches of frost, 2005
for Compania national de Danza, Madrid, Spain.
Quartet # 10, 2003
for Netherlands Dance Theatre 1, Den Haag, Netherlands.
for Netherlands Dance Theatre 1, Den Haag, Netherlands
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba, 1996
for the Cullberg Ballet, Dansens Hus, Stockholm, Sweden