Weld Company, initiated in 2013, works with choreographers and dancers representing different generations, working methods and expressions. Weld Company moves unrestrained through larger and smaller formats and by further developing the idea of a dance company and what it can be and do today. Read more about the project further below on this page.
aswebegin by Litó walkey at Rönnells antikvariat together with the release of the Weld Company book N.T.P.T
February 21, 22, 23
Invited by Staatsballett Berlin within the framework of Staatsballett Kreativ at Tischlerei der Deutschen Oper Berlin.
During the fall, the company had an Open call for local choreographers, which resulted in work togethe with Samuel Feldhandler and with Tova Gerge & Britta Kiessling. The company also continued its work with Mathias Sperling UK, who started working with the company already 2017. The company also gave a replay of Yvonne Rainer’s choreography Again? What Now? at Weld.
Season 2018 In autumn 2018, Yvonne Rainer and Frédéric Gies creates new works for Weld Company. Read more here about Yvonne Rainer’s work Again? What Now? Opening 14-21 of October
Read more here about Frédéric Gie’s work Tribute. Opening 7, 8, 9 of December
Season 2017 there was a new-premiere of Phoenix with six evenings of performances. Choreography: Rebecca Stillman in collaboration with the company. The company was also working with Mathias Sperling, Georgia Vardarou and Andros Zins Browne.
In 2017 we also started Weld Company Extended a project, which invited a new group of dancers to be introduced to the work of the company.
Phoenix by Rebecka Stillman + Weld Company 10 + 11, 17 + 18, 24 + 25 October at 19.00
Rebecka Stillman + Weld Company Extended Open house 14 October
Georgia Vardarou + Weld Company Friday November 3
Mathias Sperling + Weld Company Sunday 12 Nov
Andros Zins Brown +Weld Company Friday, December 8
Weld Company mini-festival with Litó Walkey et al. 15-17 December
Weld Company 2017: Caroline Byström, Robin Dingemans, Sybrig Dokter, Marie Fahlin, Elias Girod, Noah Hellwig, Disa Krosness, Josefine Larson Olin, Sandra Lolax, Robert Malmborg, Per Sacklén, Kajsa Sandström, Hanna Strandberg, Andrea Svensson, Anna Westberg, Max Wallmeier.
Weld Company Extended 2017: Elise Nuding, Ursula Nill, Emma Strandsäter, Max Wallmeier och Johan Hillgren Read more about the company ideas and follow the links to the Company’s blog, etc. below.
For info on the seasons 2013-2016 please read our books or check out our blog or drop us a mail!
Weld Company on Vimeo Weld Company encyclopedi (treesandoctopusesblog)
aims to rediscover and revaluate the old institution of Dance Company and is updating the Company form through a collective work conducted by one of Weld clearly given structure. Dancers and choreographers from different backgrounds share a common, daily and physical practice. As well as working with invited choreographers, the company also initiates self-made works and investigates Swedish dance history. The members contribute to and are involved in selecting the content.Weld Company could be seen as an enabling structure where new constellations and ideas become. The main focus is on the space freed to practice the art form. To become the dancing body, the dancing community and through this pose questions about dance and choreography today.