In dialogue with Notes on Frailty, Ingun Bjørnsgaard Prosjekt will present a new piece this year with only male performers. The new production will premiere together with the performances of Notes on Frailty at Dansens Hus in October 2018.
For the new production, Ingun Bjørnsgaard Prosjekt has engaged Vebjørn Sundby and Ludvig Daae for their first creation with IBP. They will perform together with Erik Rulin and Matias Rønningen who both are established dancers in the company.
A list of things he said
Choreographer: Ingun Bjørnsgaard
Musician: Simon Røttingen
Einojuhani Rautavaara – ”Piano Sonata No. 2, Op. 64, The Fire Sermon” /© Fennica Gehrman Oy Ab,
Dans les Arbres
Stage design and costume design: Thomas Björk
Dancers: Ludvig Daae, Erik Rulin, Matias Rønningen, Vebjørn Sundby
Lightdesign: Tilo Hahn
Sound design: Morten Pettersen
Light technician: Ane Reiersen
Music clearance: Hacate Entertainment Group
Producer: Eva Grainger, Jorunn Kjersem Hildre
Produced by Ingun Bjørnsgaard Prosjekt
Ludvig Daae is a Norwegian dancer and choreographer, educated at the Royal Swedish Ballet School in Stockholm and P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels. Ludvig’s own work has been presented all over Europe, as well as performing in several productions by other choreographers such as Mårten Spångberg and Billinger/Schulz. http://www.ludvigdaae.co
Vebjørn Sundby is a Norwegian dancer and choreographer. Vebjørn has been a dancer in the companies Carte Blanche (in works by Sharon Eyal, Ohad Naharin, Ingun Bjørnsgaard, Hofesh Shechter, Ina Christel Johannessen, and Jo Strømgren) and several works for Eastman – Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, amongst others.
Erik Rulin graduated from The Swedish College of Ballet in 1992. He has been a long-standing member of Carte Blanche in Bergen, where he has worked with choreographers such as Amanda Miller, Jo Strømgren, Ina Christel Johannessen and Antony Rizzi. He started working with Ingun Bjørnsgaard in 2002, when he performed in her piece 7 imperatives for Carte Blanche. He has since then contributed in several productions for IBP such as Four pieces including Sjoa & Skjåk, Bygones, Poppea, The Sea, Omega and the Deer, Praeambulum and in Rotating Nora.
Matias Rønningen Studied at Den Norske Ballethøyskole as well as at Oslo National Academy of the Arts. His CV includes performances with Dansdesign, Kari Hoaas, and Panta Rei Danseteater. Omega and the Deer was his first production with IBP. He has since danced in Praeambulum and Rotating Nora.