Edvard Munch is the inspiration for Spanish choreographer Marcos Morau’s and La Veronal’s full-length production for Carte Blanche.


07.24.2015 — Tanz Carte
06.01.2015 — NRK p2
26.05.2015 — Bergens Tidende

Press quotes

”Dense and beautiful” … “A raw and lonely state of mind characterises the start, and this is upheld by the company trough out the whole [piece]”
Studvest – Sesilie Bjørdal -16.01.2015

”Here, white dressed dancers move alone and together in a cool choreographic language signed the Spanish Marcos Morau” … ”The solo parts are gracious and lithe, and the part where the whole ensemble moves together with tiny steps and gestures that are both passionate and nonchalant, and demands a thorough coordination, are great to look at.
Dagbladet – Inger Merete Hobbelstad – 23.01.2015

“The unusual combination: Spanish choreographer and Norwegian folk music, was surprisingly good; the music serves as a good creator of moods by the use of “waiting room classics”, as well as the sound of heartbeats, used repeatedly in several scenes.  … “Still, it is the dance that impresses the most. The choreography is demanding and the dancers are, on several occasions, grouped in trios or quartets, being intertwined in a kind of well-choreographed knot act.
Natt&Dag – Amanda Øiestad Nilsen – 21.01.2015

Tour Schedule

Spring 2015
16 January & 11 – 14 February at Studio Bergen, Norway
21 — 24 January The Norwegian Opera and Ballet, Oslo, Norway
6 February Theater Am Goethe Platz / TANZ Bremen, Germany
21 — 22 February Małopolski Ogrod Sztuki, Krakow, Poland