Dansehallerne Copenhagen [Denmark]
Dansehallerne is Northern Europe’s largest center for contemporary dance.
In Carlsberg’s old mineral water bottling factory, both local and international dancers, choreographers, and educators thrive on the stage, in the rehearsal studios, and in the offices.
The top professionals of the branch, as well as the up and coming, are part of the daily comings and goings in Dansehallerne.
The general public can enjoy Danish and International dance in Dansehallerne’s performance areas, Store Carl and Lille Carl, and the curious can have their dance-related questions answered at the Dance Info Denmark.
Dansehallerne uniquely brings together the most important players in the field of contemporary dance in Metropolitan Copenhagen, offering:
- Dance performances and other events all year round on the two stages and in the foyer.
- Rehearsal and production facilities for professional dancers.
- Dance classes for beginners, nationwide activities for children and youth, as well as dance information and consultation.
In Dansehallerne you also find:
- Danish Dance Theatre - the flagship company of contemporary dance in Denmark, whose director and choreographer, Tim Rushton, has created many dance works of international standards.
With the establishment of Dansehallerne in 2009, the dance scene in Copenhagen now has ”room for everyone”; the creative and performing dancers, the professional dance educators, the up and coming, and last but not least – the audience.