K3 Season Highlights
Grab your planners: These are our highlights in the season of 2018/2019
November 22nd - 24th 2018
Antje Pfundtner FOR ME
Dance for young audiences 8+
Following her piece nimmer in 2014 Antje Pfundtner and her team now set about their second production for young audiences at K3 called For Me. In the process of developing the piece, the collective asked children and teenagers about issues they currently have on their minds, what is important to them at what they wish for in life. The production is developed in the context of explore dance – network dance for young audiences. >More info
March 21st – April 6th 2019
Every year in March, K3 presents three world premieres by three young international choreographers. As a conclusion of their eight month residency at K3, Patricia C. Mai, Naïma Mazic and Reut Shemesh present the pieces they developed during that time. The performances are accompanied by a dense program of workshops and warm-ups, lectures and discussions, audience discussions and introductions, which provide insight into the themes and working methods of the artistic research and the pieces. >More info
May 1st - 5th 2019
PLATTFORM – FESTIVAL DANCE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES
In order to wrap up the first year of explore dance – network dance for young audiences, K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg is hosting a festival at Kampnagel. You will be able to see all productions for young audiences, developed during the projects first season – supported by Tanzpakt Stadt-Land-Bund.
May 2nd - 5th 2019
Teresa Hoffmann ANALOGUEASTRONAUTS – AN EARTH EXPEDITION
Dance for young Audiences 6+
Analogueastronauts – expedition on earthis a dance performance and a video installation, simulating life on Mars. The stage becomes a lab, Earth becomes an alien planet and the body itself is the object of research.
July 4th - 5th 2019
In the context of the Limited Edition format, K3 enables young Hamburg based emerging choreographers to delve into the conditions of production in the independent scene for the first time. After a multi-week residency all productions will be presented back to back in the course of two evenings.