aktuelle vorstellungen

21st November 2017: 'Step by Step' (Stückchenweise)

Kranhalle, 19:00 Uhr

STEP BY STEP (former Stückchenweise) – is Iwanson International’s artistic laboratory, a diving board for students to present their first choreographic work and try outs. Since the very early days of the school, the original concept hasn’t been changed: we focus on dance. No scenery, no costumes no technical effects. The basic light design is created by the students themselves. Over the years, this unpretentious presentation became the projects success. Although shown in public, the young choreographer is not forced to create a sensation. Pure dance is the message.
Tickets at the  Iwanson reception: 089-7606085


„What you always wanted to know about dance“. 

Friday 24. 11. at 13.3o: Karl Alfred Schreiner | choreographer, ballet director of the Gärtnerplatz-Theatre in Munich. Karl Schreiner will talk about his life as a dancer, choreographer and as a ballet director here in Munich – and of course, he will present the re-opening of the theatre after years of renovation. Karl Schreiner studied dance at the Wiener Staatsoper, later he danced at the Opera in Graz. As a choreographer he created many works since 1999, among others at the Opera in Vienna, at the theatre in Klagenfurt, at the Opera in Copenhagen, at the Aalto theatre in Essen and at the Volksoper Wien. Since 2012, Karl Schreiner is artistic director at the Gärtnerplatz Theater in Munich. He created works like ‚Dornröschen‘, ‚Schlagobers‘, ‚Chicago 1930‘ and latest ‚Jean und Antonin‘.

At the Gärtnerplatz Theatre, Karl Schreiner invented a new scenic platform: MINUTEMADE – a never ending row of guesting choreographers, working for only a week with the dancers, always starting with the last steps of the performance before. 


4th/5th/6th May 2018: 'Festival Junger Tanz'
every day at 19.oo at Gasteig Cultural Center

For 10 years "Festival Junger Tanz" has been hosted at Munich’s Cultural Center, the Gasteig, where Iwanson International’s graduates have been presenting themselves in works of internationally renowned choreographers.To offer the public an immediate insight into the world of contemporary dance of today, Iwanson International has developed a new theatrical format for the presentation of dance: The students perform in choreographic short stories, exemplifying the diversity of contemporary dance: Traditional Modern Dance, abstract Contemporary Dance, Dance Theatre, Physical Theatre and Musical. 

In 2018, each of the invited guest choreographers refer to FAUST – considered to be Goethe's magnum opus and greatest work of German literature – from their very personal artistic point of view.


Tickets not available before early 2018.











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