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7/10
EAREYE – Performing arts festival

The performing arts festival is back! Curator Alma Söderberg will take you on a journey through genres, expressions and rhythms that demands your whole arsenal of senses. The festival will go on tour to Norrlandsoperan (Umeå), Inkonst (Malmö) och MDT (Stockholm).

DATES 2-8/10

295/250 kr


EAREYE – THE PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL IS BACK! In 2020 the highly celebrated festival took us on journey with a three-day bash of dance, music and performance. This time the curator of the festival, Alma Söderberg has created a festival
that will move across the country, south to north with a programme that will take us between genres and expressions, from performing arts to concerts. With a rhythmic core as it’s driving force it will be expressed through flamenco, modern dance, punk and experimental music. The body will be the instrument and it will demand of you to see with your ears and listen with your eyes. 

MALMÖ PROGRAM

2–3/10, 11.15-14.15, DANSCENTRUM SYD
Workshop: MEET STINA FORS

5–6/10, 11.15-14.15, DANSCENTRUM SYD
Workshop: MEET FREDDY HOUNDKEINDO

Read more about the workshops here.

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7/10 INKONST 19.00–23.00

FULL PROGRAM HERE

ES UN NO PARAR
BY DARÍO BARRETO DAMAS

NEW OLD
BY ALMA SÖDERBERG

TROIS TRIO SOLO
BY FREDDY HOUNDEKINDO IN COLLABORATION
WITH ILARIA CAPALBO, LOKE RISBERG AND MARCUS DOVERUD

COMPASCOMPOSITIONCONVERSATION
BY PHYLLIS AKINYI, JOSSETTE REILLY AND AFRA RUBINO

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8/10, 13.00-16.00, DANSCENTRUM SYD
Workshop: MEET DARíO BARRETO DAMAS
Read more here.

NOTE: All ticket-buyers can join the workshops,sign up here.  (You need to have some prior knowledge of movement-based practice to take part).


Alma Söderberg
is a choreographer and performer that works with music and dance. She uses her voice and body to play space as if it was an instrument. Her ongoing research deals with how we listen as we look; the relation between the ear and the eye. She has grounded her practice in a number of solo performances in which she developed an idiorhythmic way of creating. In the two ongoing music zz_projects wowawiwa and John the Houseband, she has worked in collaboration with the other artists Anja Muller, Dennis Deter, Hendrik Willekens, Roger Sala Reyner and Melkorka Sigridur Magnusdottir. In all her works she collaborates closely with the sound artist Hendrik Willekens. Alma Söderberg has won the Thalia Prize and has been granted the Cullberg scholarship.