Newsletter no 4 • 9 December 2014
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NEW SUBSCRIBERS
 
We would like to welcome two new participants:
Susanna Leinonen Company & Krosness & Pekula Collaborations


Left: Krosness & Pekula Collaboration, photograph: Anders Larsson, Right: Susanna Leinonen Company, photographer: Sakari Viika
   
 
 
 
ICE HOT is here!
 
NORDIC DANCE AT ITS BEST
ICE HOT Nordic Dance Platform is a unique gathering of dance professionals from all over the world giving the possibility to explore some of the absolutely best of Nordic dance!
40 choreographers and companies will be presented during 5 days and more that 250 presenters and dance professionals have registered to the event. It creates a unique possibility to meet colleagues, Nordic artists, attend debates and seminars and watch performances.

Artists connected to MADE IN the web, presented in Oslo:
Memory Wax, Malmö, SE
Helena Franzén, Stockholm, SE
Anna Källblad, Stockholm, SE
Susanna Leinonen Company, Helsinki, FI
K.Kvarnström & Co, Stockholm, SE
Tove Sahlin/Shake It Collaborations, Stockhlm, SE
Carte Blanche, Bergen, NO
Zero Visibility Corp., Oslo, NO
GöteborgsOperans Danskompani, Gothenburg, SE
Ingun Björnsgaard Prosjekt, Oslo, NO




The Nordic Dance Platform is biennial, tours the Nordic countries and this year it takes place in Oslo, Norway between the 9th and 14th of December.
The program is online at www.madein-theweb.com/ice-hot-2014 or at ICE HOT’s website: http://www.nordicdanceplatform.com

The MADE IN the Nordic Countries 2014 catalogue will be available at the registration desk.
   
 
 
 
PREMIERES December - January
 
15 January 2015 – "Edvard" with Carte Blanche at Studio Bergen, Bergen, NO.
   
 
 
 
MADE IN the web in New York
 
MADEIN-THEWEB will be promoted at APAP in New York January 9-13 2015 and at ISPA in New York 13-15 January 2015.
There will be information about our Nordic artists available in the Swedish booth. Please pass by if you are around, Åsa Edgren will give you all the latest news and answer to all your questions about this brilliant search tool for the performing arts in the Nordic countries.

More information about the Nordic activities at APAP NYC and ISPA to come.