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Sónar Reykjavik – All inclusive

Special Íd & RDF Thursday Pass for only 4.990 kr
– valid for the whole program at Sónar Reykjavík Thursday February 18th

Sónar Reykjavík, Iceland Dance Company & Reykjavík Dance Festival are proud to present the Íd & RDF program at Sónar Reykjavik, dedicated to the dialogue between dance and music at SÓNAR Reykjavík in Harpa, Thursday, 18th of February.

This first time collaboration between these three organizations brings together a full program of artists to the stage in a lineup that will surely entertain you visually while moving you with the beat.

Performances include All Inclusive by Martin Kilvady, as well as performances by RDF supported artists Milkywhale and choreographer Saga Sigurðardóttir in collaboration with Good Moon Deer.

Martin Kilvady

Staging an instant composition of dance and music where all will happen, All Inclusive brings together the talents of the highly acclaimed choreographer Martin Kilvady, Mankan – a musical collaboration between Kippi Kaninus and Tom Manoury, and a mixed company of dancers from Iceland Dance Company and Reykjavík Dance Festival.

Martin Kilvady is an internationally acclaimed choreographer who has worked with some of Europe´s leading dance companies; Rosas, Roberto Olivan and ZOO/Thomas Hauert. He is also one of the founders of Les Slovaks Dance Collective, which has performed all over the world – including at Reykjavik Arts Festival in 2011.


Milkywhale had their first outing at Reykjavík Dance Festival during the summer of 2015, and “won Iceland Airwaves” with their live shows according to the Reykjavík Grapevine. Milkywhale is a collaboration between the FM Belfast member Árni Rúnar Hlöðversson and the dancer and choreographer Melkorka S. Magnúsdóttir.

Good Moon Deer

Saga Sigurðardóttir, with her company of dancers, has a long history of collaboration with Good Moon Deer. Winning critics over with their two past shows Scape of Grace and Predator. This outing will see a new body of material brought to the stage – made especially for the Íd & RDF Stage at Sónar Reykjavík.

Enjoy the Íd & RDF program as well as the performances of numerous other artists performing Thursday 18. February.
Other artists are e.g. Páll Óskar, Reykjavíkurdætur, Angel Haze, Zebra Katz and more.


“The choreography was fun and dynamic, the commentary was entertaining, and the dancers were excellent.”
Anna Manning for Grapevine

“Here you could experience the magic of improvisation, which is an interesting style. The flow of the environment creates a natural progression throughout the piece. Of course the dancers need to be familiar with the art of improvisation, which was not a problem for the dancers of Iceland Dance Company. It must have been interesting to work on this piece with the show’s artistic director, the dancer and choreographer Martin Kilvady, because the key to good improvisation  is a strong and interesting framework. The musicians, Tomas Manoury and Gudmundur Vignir Karlsson, who form the duo ManKan, are very good at their craft when in it involves both creating the music and the technical aspects as their computers are their instruments.”
Sesselja G. Magnúsdóttir for hugras.is