LAND DANCE invites you to experience the beautiful landscapes and historical ruins of Denmark, in the company of dancers and musicians. 
Join us on a journey into nature; where original music and movement is inspired by the physical encounter with our surroundings and the stories of our local landmarks.
LAND DANCE illuminates the atmosphere of a chosen place, suggesting a poetic way to rediscover Danish landscapes by simple means; dance, movement and acoustic music.

Land Dance summer 2022 :

North Zealand
21.5. Søborg Slotsruin, Søborg/Gilleleje
22.5. Esrum Kloster, Esrum
8.6. Hulbjerg Jættestue, Bagenkop
South Jutland
9.6. Trøjborg Slotsruin, Tønder
North Jutland
11.6. Den Tilsandede Kirke, Skagen
12.6 Rubjerg Knude Fyr, Lønstrup
East Zealand, Stevns Klint
5.7 Højerup Gamle Kirke, Stevns
7.7. Hammershus Slotsruin

Click on MAP OF DENMARK to see locations.
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LAND DANCE is created by local and international performers and musicians, initiated by Danish choreographer Pipaluk. Original music is played live, by Søren Hammerlund on old nordic instruments and Andy Benz on cello and double bass.
The artists work with improvisation to connect elements of nature, of history, and the human body.
We invite our audience to join us in discovering new perspectives, as we contemplate how our inner nature relates to our terrain. 

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LAND DANCE is on tour in Denmark in 2021 and 2022, with performances on Zealand, Funen, Bornholm and Jutland, supported by The Danish Arts Foundation.

For infomation about LAND DANCE, please contact Copenhagen Dream House, info@copenhagendreamhouse.com, tel. 40823033

Land Dance people :
Agostina Albornoz, Pipaluk, Rossella De la Rosa, Garazi Egiguren Urkola, Eija Silke, Marie-Louise Schelde Handberg, Aline Combe, Antonio Buono, Villas Schou Jansen, Søren Hammerlund, Andreas Bennetzen, Rebecca Motz, Anton Corbal, Tommy Holbech.
Photographed by Aitor Arruti
Choreographer Pipaluk works with site specific dance projects, her work took her from medieval castles in Spain to the temples of India, from historic streets of Jerusalem to the high sierras of Brazil, and now into Danish islands and forests.