ADF/NCDF Here & Now Artist Profile: Karola Lüttringhaus

June 15, 2015 § Leave a comment

On June 25, 2015 four NC artists will showcase their work at the annual Here & Now concert co-sponsored by ADF and NCDF. For the next few weeks, we’ll be profiling each artist participating in the concert so you can get to know them a little more. Keep reading to learn more about today’s artist Karola Lüttringhaus!

photo credit: Chris Waltz

Karola Lüttringhaus was born and grew up in Berlin, Germany, where she founded Alban Elved Dance Co. in ’97 to form an outlet for her diverse artistic pursuits. Most recently her work with AEDC, as well as freelance choreographer engagements, have taken her to theatres and universities across Europe and the US, including UN Las Vegas, the Prague Quadrennial festival, the Landesbuehnen Sachsen, Germany, UNCWilmington, to name a few. Ms Lüttringhaus holds a BFA in Dance from UNC School of the Arts and an MFA from the Technical University, Berlin/Germany in Set Design/Scenography.

photo credit: Lindsay Cummings

At “Here and Now” Alban Elved Dance Company will present a duet …dann von Deiner Hand. A section from Lüttringhaus’ larger work ‘Inertia – Remembering the Holocaust’ (2008), the duet is about love and its defense in the face of social and political oppression.

photo credit: Lindsay Cummings

Want to read more about Karola? Read here and here to learn all about her!

Want to know more? Check out ADF’s website for tickets and more!


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