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Railo, Tuomo

Profession Dancer
Dance Instructor
Choreographer
Country Finland
Training Finnish National Opera Ballet School 1977 - 1987.
Engagements Dance Theatre Raatikko: dancer (1987 - 1989)
Helsinki Dance Company: dancer (1989 - 1991)
Finnish National Ballet: dancer (1991 - 1992)
Finnish National Ballet: dancer (1993 - 1994)
Glims & Gloms Dance Company: dancer, choreographer (1999 - )
Choreographed Quartet for the End of Time (Railo) (2013)
Sore Point (2011)
Artificial Anything (1997)
Brio
Fairground Attraction
Happo - a black comedy (8.3.1996)
Harmittomat
Hyvä syy hymyillä
Java - Confusing People (10.11.1999)
Kahdeksan kapriisia (2.2.1989)
Kauhukakarat
Khora (Railo)
A Cherry Tree (1.9.2000)
Kontraposto
Kukka (1993)
Lehmä
Lunta pakaroilla (3.9.2008)
Macchiato (26.9.2002)
Mythology
Näkki (Railo) (19.6.2004)
Naurun alla
Omnipotens (2016)
Omo (1993)
Pessi ja Illusia (Railo) (14.8.2009)
The Pig Ballet (29.8.2001)
Surf
The Extended Family (31.8.2006)
Tarxan (27.4.1995)
Tulppa (21.11.1994)
The Five Seasons (1993)
Vippakuppi
Work as a dancer 1991 (1991)
Aikakone (1987)
Aikojen lopun kvartetto (Kuusela) (1988)
Artificial Anything (1997)
Ballet Pathétique (1989)
Carmen?! (1994)
Continual momentum - Hetkelliset jatkeet (1988)
Harmittomat (1991)
Himo ja tuho (1996)
Huono (Fail) (2012)
Java - Confusing People (1999)
Kahdeksan kapriisia (1989)
Kauhukakarat (1989)
General Othello (1988)
Ketunnahka (1987)
Khora (Railo) (1992)
Comments (2000)
Kontraposto (1990)
Kukka (1993)
As You Like It: Adam, Orlando's servant (1992)
La Belle Vie: Lecher (1992)
Glass sonata: Collector of musical notes, Rider (1994)
Lunta pakaroilla (2008)
Maa (1991)
Macchiato (2002)
Näkki (Railo): Father, stage narrator (2004)
Nectar (2003)
Omo (1994)
The Sleeping Beauty (Uotinen): Blue bird, Violinist (1990)
The Pig Ballet: Cow, Bank robber (2001)
Spartacus (Kekäläinen) (1998)
Sudenhetki (1987)
The Extended Family: sinsack, back part of the horse, the sheep (2006)
Tulppa (1994)
Blood Angel (1994)
Voyeur (1992)
Corps de ballet roles Finnish National Ballet: Nutcracker - The Mice, Waltz of the Flowers, 1986; Swan Lake - Friends of the Prince, 1993, Czardas, 1994; The Rite of Spring - Boys, The Elders, 1994.
Other artistic work Work as a teacher: Theatre Academy of Finland, Finnish National Opera Ballet School, Dance School Tanssivintti, Turku Polytechnic Arts Academy, Turku Conservatory of Music and Dance, Kuopio Conservatory, Helsinki City Theatre Dance Company, The Union of Finnish Dance Artists, Moscow (a festival), Nicaragua (a festival), American Dance Festival.
Work as an actor: Tulipää (film), dir. Pirjo Honkasalo, 1980; Maria Stuart (play), dir. Erik Söderblom, Theatre Jurkka 1993; Pinocchio (play), dir. Yrjö Juhani Renvall, Finnish National Theatre 1995.
Grants and awards Grants: Six-month state grant to artists 1993, three-year state grant to artists 1996, five-year state grant to artists 2000, The Finnish Cultural Foundation, Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation, Timo and Klaus Salin Fund.
Awards: Pro Dance Scholarship 1989, Phillip Morris Dance Bud Award 1992, City of Espoo, Award for a Cultural Achivement 2001 (Glims & Gloms dance company).
Videography and TV recordings Kahdeksan kapriisia, YLE TV2 1989; Kauhukakarat, YLE TV2 1989.
Other Information Positions of trust: Member of the artistic committee of Zodiak - The Center for New Dance 1997 onwards, member of the board of Zodiak Presents Association 2000 onwards, member of the board of Dance School Tanssivintti 1999 onwards, member of the executive committee of free-lance dance companies, 2001 onwards.
Work as a producer: The Dancing Man Week (Mies tanssii -viikko), Savoy Theatre 1989; Hemmot ja hekuman enkelit Dance Week, Stoa the Cultural Centre of Eastern Helsinki 1993; Tulppa, chor. Tuomo Railo and Simo Heiskanen, The Small Lillan 1994; Himo ja tuho, chor. Simo Heiskanen, Stoa the Cultural Centre of Eastern Helsinki 1996; Lavastaja, chor. Simo Heiskanen, Zodiak - The Center for New Dance 1998.