Mira Leonard Swedish circus artist, aerial acrobat. Educated with a BA in circus from the University of Dance and Circus in Stockholm (SKH), has worked internationally as an aerial acrobat since 2009, with companies such as Cirkus Cirkör (SE), Cirk La Putyka (CZ) and Un Loup Pour L’homme (FR). Specialized in duo trapeze, hand to hand and icarian games.
Daniel Jeremiah Persson Scanian dancer and choreographer trained from London Contemporary Dance School. Particularly interested in Release-based, GAGA, Floorwork and physical theater as well as contact improvisation and somatically based techniques (Alexander, Feldenkrais).
Has worked internationally as a dancer since 2014, with choreographers such as Esmeralda Ahlqvist, Khamlane Halsackda, Graham Adey, Martin Forsberg. Has choreographed: Q21, 100% (work-in-progress), S’ala Sassari, When the Curtain’s Up, pt1., Dans Safari (Nya Rörelsen)
Love Kjellsson Scanian Traditional musician, composer. Educated in singing and violin at Malung’s Folkehøgskole and Kungliga Musikhögskolan in Stockholm, master’s degree in philosophy at Umeå University and master’s degree at Stockholm University of the Arts in practical artistic self-reflection and post-epic dramaturgy. As well as a master’s course in adapting climate strategy at Lund University and is active in children’s music research in the EU project Mapping.
Karoline Aamås Norwegian circus artist, aerial acrobat. Educated with a BA in circus from the university of Dance and Circus in Stockholm, in Performing Arts and Landscape – Stockholm Dramatic University, and in circus and performing arts from AFUK in Copenhagen. Has worked internationally as an aerial acrobat since 2011, with companies such as Cirkus Cirkör (SE), Cirkus Xanti (NO), Frikar (NO), Cirko Aero (FI), Tanter (DK), Långsjö Teater (SE), Lotte Mueller (DE) . Specialized in vertical rope and hair-suspension.
Ester Thunander Scanian traditional and improvisational musician.
Plays violin, vocal and flute. She is educated in the folk music department at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo with exchanges at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm and the University College of Southeast Norway in Rauland. Her main genre is folk music but she moves in different musical landscapes of folk music, new composition, baroque and free improvisation.