The magazine is published online and as a free print issue every two months, with the latest stories and a calendar for professional dance in Berlin. Only selected content in English!
online edition January/February 2022
Tanz in Kontexte verweben
März 2005, Tanzquartier Wien. Auf dem Symposium „Inventory. Dance and Performance“ stellt der Künstler Mårten Spångberg die Panel-Teilnehmerin Gabriele Brandstetter vor. Er habe ihren Nachnamen in ein…
Resisting The Doomsday Mood
In the past year, Tanztage Berlin could only be seen online, but in January, the festival will be presented live. The festival will showcase many of the works that were invited last year; after a long…
Von der produktiven Leere
Janne Gregor ist ausgebildet in Physical Theatre und hat Choreografie am Hochschul übergreifenden Zentrum Tanz Berlin studiert. Wie unterschiedlich das Verständnis von körperlichem Einsatz im…
The unifying and detaching forces of body and sound are the focus of this year’s first issue of NAH DRAN, which is also available online. In “funky serenade” a metronome sets a constant beat, and…
With the start of a new executive team, Tanzfabrik Berlin will be tackling intense questions starting in 2022: How should an art institution position itself in times of climate change? How can…
From mid January, the Made in Potsdam 2022 festival will feature a strong reference to objects. Inspired by the myth of Sisyphos, Hermann Heisig has three performers conduct repetitive physical…
Together ... Live?
The PURPLE International Dance Festival for Young Audiences has been attracting spectators aged 3 and up every January since 2017. In 2021, the event was moved to August due to the pandemic. This…