Ari Rosenzweig is a Danish choreographer, living in Israel. In Tel Aviv, he has a career as a bicycle maker, but back in Copenhagen he is known for his crazy, visually strong and unpretentious dance performances. Ari is the choreographer behind the succesful performances, Sidste Dans for Mars, Richard, Slot and Don G. Fanclub loves Ari – his quirky universes, engaging personality and artistic audacity. We look forward to work with him in the performance GONE HOME, and to invite the audience into his world.
Take a look at Ari’s bikes here

Dorte Olesen is one of the most progressive, successful choreographers in Sweden right now. With works like Pudel, Made in Sweden, Ful Flicka and Orena tankar, she has given a broad audience, overwhelming and intimate experiences that contains both seriousness and humor. Fanclub is intrigued by her art and the way she use imagination to put question marks to conventional ways of thinking. We are curious and excited to get to know her closer through the work with GONE HOME. Although Dorte was born and raised in Denmark, she is relatively unknown here – which makes it especially gratifying to present her work for a Danish audience.
Read more about Dorte Olesen and her work here