The graduating year of SNDO presents HENOTIC Finale, the first part of two, with their final works in March 2020 in Dansmakers and Frascati Theater in Amsterdam.
The 4th year students of the SNDO - School for New Dance Development graduate by creating two works next to writing a thesis and completing their internship. Public programs take place in venues outside the school providing the students with professional working conditions and the artistic context.
This year’s SNDO graduates are Keerthi Basavarajaiah, Yannick Bosc, Jette Loona Hermanis, Dasom Lee, Fernanda Libman Fonseca, Ingeborg Meier Andersen, Carolina Papetti, Naomie Pieter, Johhan Rosenberg, Tamir Eting and their final graduation works are presented in Amsterdam on March 13,14 in Dansmakers and on March 19,20,21 & 26,27,28 in Frascati.
Below is an overview of the Amsterdam program.
FRI 13, SAT 14 MARCH - 19.00: Program ONE in DANSMAKERS with works by:
Yannick Bosc, Dasom Lee, Ingeborg Meier Andersen and Naomie Pieter
THU 19, FRI 20, SAT 21 MARCH: Program TWO in FRASCATI 4 with works by:
Keerthi Basavarajaiah, Jette Loona Hermanis and Johhan Rosenberg
THU 26, FRI 27, SAT 28 MARCH: Program THREE in FRASCATI 4 with works by:
Tamir Eting, Fernanda Libman Fonseca, Carolina Papetti
SNDO artistic director: Bojana Mladenović; mentor SNDO 4: Ana Vujanović; Production manager: Norma Schiphof; Light designer and head of technique: Martin Kaffarnik; Technical assistance: Rik van der Veen; SNDO production and PR coordinator Eline Oosterbroek; graphic design: Simo Tse
The SNDO - School for New Dance Development - offers a full time four-year professional education course leading to a Bachelor's degree in Art – Choreography. The school was founded in 1975 as an attempt to find new directions for dance next to the existing forms and styles that dominated the field. After forty years, the SNDO remains inquisitive, open minded, and in the foreground of progressive developments in the fields of dance and performance. In the curriculum, the school establishes the conditions from which the creativity of the student can emerge. Reflection on the specific qualities of dance and performance as art forms is developed, and awareness of the body and the artistic implications of working with it take precedence.