January 12th 2021 /
Next Ice Hot Nordic Dance Platform is February 9–13, 2022 in Helsinki, Finland.
Dansehallerne is one of the partners in Ice Hot Nordic Dance and we are very happy to annonuce an upcoming platform.
Ice Hot Nordic Dance Platform is here again with cool contemporary dance and a warm and cosy atmosphere that you don’t want to miss. We hope we will be able to welcome you to Finland and the newly opened Dance House Helsinki in February 2022.
Ice Hot Helsinki 2022 will present cutting-edge Nordic contemporary dance to hundreds of presenters from around the world. Previous Ice Hot platforms have been organized in all Nordic capitals. Last time in Reykjavik, Iceland 2018, Ice Hot presented 24 performances, 19 More More More presentations plus 14 seminars and workshops!
With a new visual identity inspired by the dance of the northern lights we are now turning a new page.
Ice Hot Nordic Dance aims for a stronger, more sustainable dance ecosystem and we aim to organize Helsinki 2022 as a sustainable dance platform. We strive to minimize the carbon footprint of the event while maximizing the impact of the platform on the selected artists and on the Nordic ecosystem for dance. And we are looking forward to sharing this process with you throughout the year!
Ice Hot is an initiative of five Nordic partners: Dansehallerne (DK), Dansens Hus Oslo (NO), Dansens Hus Stockholm (SE), Ice Hot Reykjavík (IS), and Dance Info Finland (FI).
Read more: www.icehotnordicdance.com.
Ice Hot Helsinki 2022 is organized by Dance Info Finland.
March 2021 Call for applications to the artistic programme opens
March 2021 New website – Yippee!
May 2021 Registration for the presenters opens
Autumn 2021 Release of the programme
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Ice Hot Helsinki 2022 is organised by Dance Info Finland
Dansehallerne (DK) www.dansehallerne.dk/en/
Dansens Hus Oslo (NO) www.dansenshus.com/en/
Dansens Hus Stockholm (SE) https://dansenshus.se/
Ice Hot Reykjavík (IS)
Dance Info Finland (FI) www.danceinfo.fi/
Organised with the support of Jane & Aatos Erkko Foundation, Nordic Culture Fund, Nordic Culture Point, and the Ministry of Education and Culture in Finland