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Halttunen, Satu

Profession Dancer
Country Finland
Email satuhalttunen@hotmail.com
Training MA in Dance, Theatre Academy of Finland, Department of Dance 2000; Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunst 1999 (4 months); BA in Dance, Theatre Academy of Finland, Department of Dance 1994 - 1997; free-placer at Dance school Tanssivintti 1990 - 1994.
Solo project (4 week) with Deborah Hay, Helsinki 2004.
In addition several courses, teachers including e.g. Ohad Naharin, Wim Vandekeybuss, David Zambrano, Ushio Amagatsu, Katie Duck, Anzu Furukawa, Meg Stuart and Eileen Standley.
Work as a dancer "I was moved to see her move" (1995)
Alter Egot (1996)
Still Life for Four Dancers (2001)
Borrowed Light (2004)
Compass (2004)
Crawl the Butterfly Back (2000)
Du-dun-duu (2006)
Enkeliologia (1998)
Etsijä, Tekijä, Esittäjä (1997)
Gaspard (2003)
Historian loppu (1997)
Leap (Kitti) (2005)
Kato mua (1997)
Kaze (2001)
Three Parts, of Which Two for Flute (2002)
Kullervo (2015)
Labile Mobile (2002)
Leonardo (1996)
Lightening (20.8.2010)
MESH (2014)
Polewinds (1995)
Overdosed Mood (2000)
Perkeletär (1997)
A Piece for a Small Stage (2004)
Small Things in Silence (2002)
Pirunpelto (1997)
Pulcinella (Saarinen) (1999)
Riff (2008)
Movement Chanting (1999)
Se ainoa oikea (1998)
SOIVA / WKL (2013)
Other Voices (2001)
Un / Do (1999)
Wrong Key... (2003)
Heavy Light (2015)
Vilkku, vilkaisu ja kaistanvaihto (1994)
Other artistic work Other work as a dancer: Marsipanpojke (children's play), Svenska Teatern 1993.
Grants and awards Grants: six-month state grant to artisist 2004, The Finnish Culturala Foudation, Uusimaa Fund, working scholarship 2004.
Other Information Member of Tero Saarinen Company since 1999 and of Tommi Kitti & Co since 2001.
Critic Donald Hutera's choice for Best female dancer in Dance Europe's critic's survey 2002. Critic MInna Tawast's choice for Best female dancer in Dance Europe's critic's survey 2003.
Competitions: Eurovision Young Dancers Competition, Finnish selection 1993.