1. Teaser / Nordic Reveries - Anna Ancher and Marie Krøyer from the "Tethering Knot" performance at their painting

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    Peder Severin Krøyer's Summer Evening at the South Beach, Skagen. Anna Ancher and Marie Krøyer (study) (1893), one of the paintings of the "Nordic Art" exhibition at the Groninger Museum in Groningen (the Netherlands) serves, along with other paintings, as a source of inspiration for the dance theatre performance "The Tethering Knot", the third of 4 multimedial performances at the Groninger Museum during the Groninger Museum "Live" Festival (groningermuseum.nl/groninger-museum-live-festival) in the "Nordic Reveries" series (http://nordicreveries.tumblr.com) created by Agalya Koika (artistic director/choreographer) in collaboration with Bouke Mekel (visual artist) and NOORDROON (sound).

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    • Teaser / Nordic Reveries - Girl enjoying the artist's musical interlude from the "Tethering Knot" performance at their painting

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      Richard Bergh's Avslutad seans / After the pose (1884), one of the paintings of the "Nordic Art" exhibition at the Groninger Museum in Groningen (the Netherlands) serves, along with other paintings, as a source of inspiration for the dance theatre performance "The Tethering Knot", the third of 4 multimedial performances at the Groninger Museum during the Groninger Museum "Live" Festival (groningermuseum.nl/groninger-museum-live-festival) in the "Nordic Reveries" series (http://nordicreveries.tumblr.com) created by Agalya Koika (artistic director/choreographer) in collaboration with Bouke Mekel (visual artist) and NOORDROON (sound), and specially for "The Tethering Knot", a live concert performance by Lotte Veldman (vocals) and Ruggiero Vitalis (violin).

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      • Teaser / Nordic Reveries - Girl immersed in her fantasy world from "The Golden Path" performance at her painting

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        Vilhelm Hammershøi's "Interiør med ung kvinde set fra ryggen"/"Interior with Young Woman from Behind" (1904), one of the paintings of the "Nordic Art" exhibition at the Groninger Museum in Groningen (the Netherlands) serves, along with other paintings, as a source of inspiration for the dance theatre performance "The Golden Path", the first of 4 multimedial performances at the Groninger Museum during the Groninger Museum "Live" Festival (groningermuseum.nl/groninger-museum-live-festival) in the "Nordic Reveries" series (http://nordicreveries.tumblr.com/) created by Agalya Koika (artistic director/choreographer) in collaboration with Bouke Mekel (visual artist) and NOORDROON (sound).

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        • Teaser / Nordic Reveries - The blind girl from "The Golden Path" performance at her painting

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          "Den blinde pige"/"The Blind girl" (1896-98) by Ejnar Nielsen, one of the paintings of the "Nordic Art" exhibition at the Groninger Museum in Groningen (the Netherlands) serves, along with other paintings, as a source of inspiration for the dance theatre performance "The Golden Path", the first of 4 multimedial performances at the Groninger Museum during the Groninger Museum "Live" Festival (http://www.groningermuseum.nl/groninger-museum-live-festival) in the "Nordic Reveries" series (http://nordicreveries.tumblr.com/) created by Agalya Koika (artistic director/choreographer) in collaboration with Bouke Mekel (visual artist) and NOORDROON (sound).

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          • Teaser / Nordic Reveries - The girl reading her newspaper at breakfast from "The Golden Path" performance at her painting

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            Laurits Andersen Ring's "Ved frokostbordet og morgenaviserne"/"At Breakfast" (1898), one of the paintings of the "Nordic Art" exhibition at the Groninger Museum in Groningen (the Netherlands) serves, along with other paintings, as a source of inspiration for the dance theatre performance "The Golden Path", the first of 4 multimedial performances at the Groninger Museum during the Groninger Museum "Live" Festival (groningermuseum.nl/groninger-museum-live-festival) in the "Nordic Reveries" series (http://nordicreveries.tumblr.com/) created by Agalya Koika (artistic director/choreographer) in collaboration with Bouke Mekel (visual artist) and NOORDROON (sound).

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            • Teaser / Nordic Reveries - The Pietists from "The Golden Path" performance at their painting

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              The "Pietists (1898) by Venny Soldan-Brofeldt, one of the paintings of the "Nordic Art" exhibition at the Groninger Museum in Groningen (the Netherlands) serves, along with other paintings, as a source of inspiration for the dance theatre performance "The Golden Path", the first of 4 multimedial performances at the Groninger Museum during the Groninger Museum "Live" Festival (http://www.groningermuseum.nl/groninger-museum-live-festival) in the "Nordic Reveries" series (http://nordicreveries.tumblr.com/) created by Agalya Koika (artistic director/choreographer) in collaboration with Bouke Mekel (visual artist) and NOORDROON (sound).

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              • Teaser / Nordic Reveries - The woman doing her wash from the "Fimbulwinter" performance at her painting

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                Pekka Halonen's Vid vaken/Washing on the Ice (1900), one of the paintings of the "Nordic Art" exhibition at the Groninger Museum in Groningen (the Netherlands) serves, along with other paintings, as a source of inspiration for the dance theatre performance "Fimbulwinter", the second of 4 multimedial performances at the Groninger Museum during the Groninger Museum "Live" Festival (groningermuseum.nl/groninger-museum-live-festival) in the "Nordic Reveries" series (http://nordicreveries.tumblr.com) created by Agalya Koika (artistic director/choreographer) in collaboration with Bouke Mekel (visual artist) and NOORDROON (sound).

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