Danish songs and psalms in flamenco dress


02. February 2019




Odin Teatret
Særkærparken 144
7500 Holstebro

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A dancing concert with Erika Sanchez, Kai Bredholt and Nikolaj Rosengreen.

Dressed with accordion, flamenco shoes and the Mexican instrument Jarana, Erika Sanchez and Kai Bredholt interpret Danish psalms and songs as flamenco and garnish the concert with Mexican songs and Vestjysk party polenaise.


Idom Landsby Laboratorium (Denmark)


Kai Bredholt (Denmark) was born in 1960 in Copenhagen, Denmark. He did an apprenticeship as a boat-builder. He joined Odin Teatret in 1990, first as a musician/composer, later as an actor and organiser/director of barters and transformances.


Erika Sanchez (Mexico) was born and raised in Mexico City. There she worked as a chemical engineer, who in 2008 decided to pursue her dream and become a flamenco dancer. She lives now in Denmark and works as a flamenco dancer, singer and initiator of intercultural cultural events and theater performances.


Nikolaj Rosengreen (Denmark) guitarist, organist and composer. He has composed music for the theatre, television and documentaries. He has travelled and performed in countries such as Ghana, Mali, Mozambique, South Africa, Palestine, Spain and Sweden. 


30 January - 4 February 2019
at Odin Teatret, Holstebro, Denmark

Since the 1990s Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium/Odin Teatret has hosted and been responsible for various international theatre festivals amongst which the recurrent Odin Week Festival (presenting the different aspects of Odin Teatret’s work), Transit Festival (dedicated to the work of women in theatre), the Holstebro Festuge (involving the local community). From the 30th of January to the 4th of February 2019 the first NTL Theatre Festival and Meeting will be held at Odin Teatret, with workshops, work demonstrations, work-in-progress, performances and a symposium. The NTL Festival will present the work of some of the artists and groups that make up the autonomous and connected constellation of NTL long-time residents and co-productions. 

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