Fine5 Dance Theatre had an inspiring collaboration with R.A.A.A.M for the production "Juudit". Premiere June 13th 2019 St.Catherine´s Church. Performances in June and July 2019.
"Juuditari heitlus iseenda ja oma rahva eest", Hanna Marrandi, 20.06.2019 Päevaleht
"Successful dance scenes. Dance scenes with choreography by Renee Nõmmik and Tiina Ollesk have been successful. They...Read more
During April 12-14th 2019 very interesting movement research session with renowned Latvian choreographer and leading figure of Latvian Academy of Culture Olga Zitluhina took place in Tallinn, Estonia. The aim of the meeting was to study methods, how to create contemporary choreography and how to develop movement ideas while creating dance performance as a whole....Read more
The seventh meeting of the international network "45+: lifelong practice as a dancer" took place from 1 to 4 April 2019 in Pärnu. The focus of the meeting was on movement practices ("Somatic Body Work" - supervised by Tiina Ollesk; "Scaravelli Yoga Practice Principles" - supervised by Fiona Millword) and this time guest choreographers were...Read more
“Trisolde” is a symbiotic dance performance inspired by R.Wagner´s opera “Tristan and Isolde”. It is about vibrant relationships between man and woman, confrontational feelings and passion. This work combines interactive technology, audiovisual images and contemporary choreography. Dancers are...Read more
The National Cultural Award 2019 was awarded to choreographer OLGA PRIVIS. Read about the Cultural Prize. Congratulations! Olga is dancers in Fine5 projects "Beautiful", "Puudutada kuud", "Generations", "25 Dances", "...and Blue".
Next performances „TRISOLDE“ and „THE WEEPING OAK“ April 8th and April 11th 19.00 at Sakala 3, Tallinn. Premiered on March 4th 2019. Read more
DANCE 3:e våningen, Göteborg Independence #4 - Fine 5 Dance Theatre, Estonia Trisolde & Generations 29 november - 1 December 2018 Trisolde Choreographer Rene Nômmik T Dancers: Tiina Ollesk, Simo Kruusement Choreographer-director: Renee Nõmmik Dramaturgy and science of biocybernetic symbiosis: Illka Kosunen Composers for interactive media: Giovanni Albini, Hans-Gunter Lock Visual arts: Valentin Siltsenko Generations Directors-choreographers: Stav Marin & Neta Weiner ( Dancers: Ajjar Ausma, Helen Reitsnik, Olga...Read more
I originally wanted to describe Generations as a dance performance without music, but that isn’t entirely true. The one-hour contemporary piece, choreographed by Israeli artists Stav Marin and Neta Weiner and executed by the Fine5 Dance Theatre company, is set to a soundtrack of voices, whispers, and guttural...Read more
Trisolde - 30.11.2018 Göteborg We are introduced in the foyer by Renee about the Celtic drama 'Tristan and Isolde' in Wagner's version of it, but here interpreted by contemporary modern dance and instant components that affects the performance. Renee asks for four volunteers to be the participatory participants that will literary influence the music in the...Read more
Project "45+: lifelong practice" in Hammerfest. As a short commentary to begin: What is common in Scandinavian Airlines and in dance performances in Scandinavian region? Often in both of them people 45+ are active and present. In Baltics airline flight assistants and dancers are mostly in their early 20-ies. What an interesting thoughts it may give to...Read more