Auraco's Newsletter October 2017
Tuntu premiere in November
What does dance sound like, what does dance feel like? Steps and
rhythms, air waves, touch, breath, the rustle of clothes and the floor –
what all does the bodily sensation entail without the dominance of
Tuntu is a dance performance for 0 to 6-year-old visually impaired children which
premieres on Nov 12, 2017, at Annantalo Art Centre. The performances of
Nov 14 and Nov 15 are open to all other audiences too.
Ticket reservations and further information via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets 10e/adult, 8e/child.
A cooperation of Dance Theatre Auraco, Annantalo and Dance House
Helsinki. Cooperation expert Riitta Lahtinen EdD, audio describer. The
performance is part of the Small Size, Performing Arts for Early Years project of EU’s Creative Europe programme.
Kati Lehtola's mime workshop
for all levels is held in Helsinki in November. With different
mime techniques, we can create illusions, make invisible visible and
play with imaginary objects, partners and powers.
Auraco 10 years
Auraco celebrates its 10-year journey this year. We are sharing picture
memories from through the years on social media with the hashtag
#auraco10 - check out Facebook and Instagram!
premiere 12.11.2017 at 14, Annantalo Art Centre, Helsinki
14.11.2017 at 18 open for all, Annantalo Art Centre, Helsinki
15.11.2017 at 9.30 open for all, Annantalo Art Centre, Helsinki
15.11.2017 at 11 open for all, Annantalo Art Centre, Helsinki
Photo: Mauri Tahvonen
Drawing: Keanne van de Kreeke
Tuntu dance workshop
19.11.2017 at 13-14, Sunday date, Annantalo Art Centre, Helsinki
25.-26.11.2017 at 10.30-16.00, Studio Attitude KS, Helsinki
Photo: Kati Lehtola