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With 130 applicants from the Swedish field, five choreographers were selected to present during the days in Oslo. Three more Swedish names are among the More More More presentations.
The Ice Hot platforms attract a large number of professionals from all continents. Hundreds of international guests as well as Nordic artists and artistic directors come to see more than twenty live performances and fifteen "More More More" pitch presentations, as well as participate in several seminars during the platform days. The goal of the Ice Hot Nordic Dance partners is to increase opportunities for international touring, work opportunities and collaboration for Nordic artists.

The jury consisted of ten people, with each partner country represented. From Sweden, Johannes Öhman, Dansens Hus Stockholm, and Erik Linghede, choreographer, were present. Everyone has the same vote and there is no veto; the only thing that can affect the selection is whether the technical conditions mean that a production can or cannot be realised. Furthermore, in connection with the open call and before the final jury meeting, each country engages a national external jury, which for Sweden this year was Karina Sarkissova, Ninos Josef and Nassim Beki.

Performances from Sweden:

Adam Seid Tahir and Amina Seid Tahir: several attempts at braiding my way home
AFIA: Yebo Yes!
Jefta van Dinther: Unearth
Lydia Östberg Diakite and BamBam Frost: immortal summit
Philip Berlin: The Script
More More More More!" presentations:
Alma Söderberg: Group Piece (No title) (2024) / New Old (2023)
Niki Tsappos: Raised on Rhythm / Head Peace
Zoe Poluch - Hanako Hoshimi-Caines - Elisa Harkins: Radio III / ᎦᏬᏂᏍᎩ KT


The first Ice Hot platform was organised in Stockholm, Sweden, in 2010 as a pilot project, followed by Helsinki, Finland, in 2012, Oslo, Norway, in 2014, Copenhagen, Denmark, in 2016 and Reykjavik, Iceland, in 2018. Ice Hot Helsinki 2022 starts a new cycle of platforms touring all Nordic countries. In 2024, Ice Hot will be organised in Oslo.
Ice Hot Nordic Dance is a collaborative network of partner organisations in five Nordic countries: Dance Info Finland, Dansehallerne (Denmark), Dansens Hus Oslo (Norway), Dansens Hus Stockholm (Sweden) and Performing Arts Centre Iceland.

Please note that this is an industry event for professional dancers and dance professionals: on-site registration is limited to presenters, programmers and other professionals presenting.