Leijonadisko (Lion Disco)

For children under 3 years. Premiere 27 Jan 2019, Annantalo (Helsinki).

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Kuusnolla (Overpowered)

Premiere: 29.11.2018 at 19 Stoa

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ITÄ 2018

ITÄ 2018 Festival is an Art Festival for Eastern Helsinki, 7.-9.9.2018.

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PHANTOM: ”SMOKE” (2018, FI, 04’05) VR Experience

PHANTOM: ”SMOKE” (2018, FI, 04’05) VR Experience

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Jatkumo (Continuum)

Continuum is a concert and dance performance.
Premiered: 15 June 2018, Helsinki Music Centre, Black Box

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Motet (installation)

Tampere Biennale, Galleria Himmelblau 31 Mar –15 Apr 2018

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VauvaVau (BabyWow)

VauvaVau is a soft and sweet dance for babies.
Premiere at Hurraa! Festival 23.3.2017

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NelkytPlus (Forty Plus)

What are women in their Forties made of?
Premiered 3.11.2016 Cultural Centre Valve, Oulu

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Puoliksi täynnä (Half Full)

The duet plays with happiness, observes how it moves in the body and enjoys being happy with others.
Premiered 2016.

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Juhlakalu (Party Popper)

Juhlakalu buries the crumbled democracy and collectivism. It creates a new utopia with you, every night.
Premiere 20.11.2016, Helsinki Cultural Centre Stoa

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Dance like a Mofo

Dance like a Mofo is a courageous horn for humanism and justice, spiced up with a bunch of carnival atmosphere of course.

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Resonance Concert

Resonance Concert by Nathan Riki Thomson
3.6.2016 at 19. Musiikkitalo, Black Box.

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Kilpailuttajat (The Tendering Party)

Tuomisto Tarvainen Santos Lähdeoja Kivinen Collective bite into inequality, structural violence and party games.
Premiere 31.5.2016

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Riisuttuna (Bare)

Riisuttuna (Bare) is a wild hybrid of contemporary dance and contemporary music.

Premiere 14 March 2014 Oulu City Theatre

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Vimmaa (Frenzy)

”Vimmaa is a seductive and provocative performance. It is not rude or vulgar, even though some moments resemble sexual act. This directness surprises, but at the same time it is most natural and beautiful.”
Theatre&Dance magazine 6/2012

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Sinua (You)

Sinua (You) is about meeting for the first time, a wooden sauna, a long list of verbs and a wedding waltz. Without the waltz.
Sinua (You) is part of Snowdrift, a triple bill produced by the Regional Dance Centre for Northern Finland.
Premiere: 22 July 2013 Full Moon Dance, Pyhäjärvi

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Halu (Urge)

HALU (translates as “Urge” in English) is a Finnish-Canadian-Korean contemporary dance performance about wanting.

HALU is energetic movement, strong music, explicit emotions and lots of wanting. And perhaps some getting.

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Play The Choreographer

In Play The Choreographer dance game you get to choreograph for two professional dancers.
It remains to be seen whether the result is full of creative excellence or a total mess – a box office hit or an unexpected artistic flop, the Event of the Year or a comic stumble.

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Kätilö

Premiere: Oulu City Theatre, 8 September 2012

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Lähellä (Close) – Work for Finnish National Ballet

“My intention was to create intimate duets filled with warmth and happiness, combined with passion and energy, while avoiding being too sentimental. Jukka Poika was my first and only choice for music: his music has a sense of strength and strong emotion beautifully knotted with sensitivity and vulnerability.” – Satu Tuomisto

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Kara ja Oke (Kara and Oke)

Kara and Oke is a contemporary dance performance about burning passion and eager karaoke fans. It’s a cocktail of hidden lust across the room, not quite hitting the right notes and a cloud of quietly whispered secrets. Kara and Oke is funny and touching. The piece wins sympathy votes for its vulnerability, but it also stands admirably strong through tears and laughter.

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Keittiönpöydällä (On The Kitchen Table)

Satu Tuomisto’s choreography sets the table with a feast of fierce dance, flirtatious Finnish tunes, adult games, big hopes and a pile of broken taboos. The music is composed and performed by ex-rap artist turned grown-up singer-songwriter Mariska, accompanied by her band Pahat Sudet.

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Säätö

Säätö is a humorous and touching contemporary dance piece where street dance influences, partnering and strong contact are influenced by fresh live samba, deep dubstep and dance hall heat. Powered by the opposites, Säätö makes you speed up until you stop.

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Huu, haukka haukkaan

Huu, haukka haukkaan is a funny and charming dance piece inviting the audience for some truth or dare. The interactive game brings a whole new challenge to the artists who have to make decisions to push the plot forward. This piece is all about fun, interaction and emotion as four “dudes” are trying to make it in life. The relationships are messy and full of falling in love, hatred, envy, desire and rage – like in real life.

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Olenko Olento (Am I A Creature) – Work for Dance Theatre Raatikko

Olenko Olento is a dance performance aimed at young people.

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Tell Me Something

A humorous solo of an ordinary woman and her extraordinary stories where the surprises will
keep you in a tight hold till the end. Without asking she grabs you with her for a voyage
skipping from genuine sincerity via bubbly exhilaration to slight lunacy. Beautifully honest
movement links in organically with the soft voice, until it all starts cracking up.

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Mirjami and Mikael

Mirjami and Mikael is a duet characterised by fast, physical contact and partnering work: lifts,
aggressive touch and sensual skin slide into hilariously idiosyncratic un-trendiness.

Premiere: Zodiak – Centre for New Dance, Helsinki, February 2007

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