aktuelle vorstellungen

Friday 12. 01. 2018 at 13.3o „What you always wanted to know about dance“: Jessica Iwanson | Jessica Iwanson was almost born in her mother's dance studio in Stockholm. She started to dance immediately – and she is still going strong. 

Follow the presentation of her life as a dancer, a choreographer and as a teacher of dance. Jessica will talk about the early days of the school, about her choreographic work, about her time as a ballet director in Sweden and Norway, about the "making of" her dance movie 'Nightbirds' – and about the school of today. Free entrance.

Friday 01. 02. 2018 at 13.3o „What you always wanted to know about dance“: Nina Hümpel | 20 years ago in the early days of the Internet, Nina Hümpel started the dance platform "tanznetz.de". Since 2005, Nina is one of the directors of 'Access to Dance', wich combines presentation of dance, dance at public schools and scientific perception and documentation of dance.
In 2010 she became the artistic director of the Munich DANCE festival, one of the most prestigious dance events in Europe.
Nina Hümpel will talk about her life and she will offer a view back stage the DANCE festival. Free entrance.


Friday 09. 02. 2018 at 13.3o „Showing one“
at the Iwanson Studios

A shortcut of the 1st year student's exam offers a view backstage the dance program.
Free entrance

25. 02. 2018 15 Uhr „Licensed to Dance – Preview" at Festspielhaus Baden Baden

The graduates of 2018 will present a part of their upcoming performance in May in Gasteig at the famous Festspielhaus in Baden Baden. They will dance works of Minka Marie Heiß, Nadine Gerspacher and Isabella Blum

06. 03. 2018 at 19.oo „i-Chance@Gasteig“ 
at Gasteig, Black Box

Selected work from the choreographic laboratory 'Step by Step'. Young choroegraphers get the chance to present their work to a larger public in the prestigious ambience of Gasteig.


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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