Music & Movement Management, a newly initiated project with support from the Swedish Arts Council, aims to support and develop ten music and dance artists in their works over the course of one year. The ambition is to analyze individual needs, and offer concrete support, as well as tools, models, and resources, for the participants, which will strengthen their professions in the longer term, while also elevating and creating lasting improvements and benefits for their operations. The project is carried out by the Nordberg Movement platform.

Producer and project manager, music: Magnus Lunay
Producer and project manager, dance: Magnus Nordberg and Frida Grassman (from 1 June)
Initiated by: Magnus Nordberg and Elisabet Widlund Fornelius

Music & Movement Management is made possible with support by the Swedish Arts Council / Kulturrådet.


Ann Rosén

Ann Rosén (b. 1956) is a composer, musician and artist who began her career in the visual arts in the 1980s with interactive, intelligent, and intriguing works. Since the 1990s, the artistic focus has been on music and sound art and Rosén has more than one hundred works behind her. The works have been performed at the Swedish Royal Opera, Moderna Museet in Stockholm, and South Bank in London, among others.

Visit Ann Roséns website here.

Maria W Horn

The compositions of Maria W Horn (b. 1989) implement synthetic sounds, electroacoustics, acoustic instruments and also audiovisual components. In her unique work, that has got her performing extensively live all over Europe, acoustic instruments are often paired with digital synthesis techniques, in order to extend the instruments timbral capacities and transcend time and space, reality and dream.

Visit Maria W Horns website here.

Daniel Karlsson

Daniel Karlsson (b. 1973) is a contemporary jazz pianist and band leader that has received multiple rewards and prizes for his music. Swedish Grammys, Grand Prix du Disque, Manifest, Gyllene Skivan, SR-Jazzkatten, Jazzkannan and was honoured to be awarded ”Jazz in Sweden artist”. Karlsson is active both in Sweden and internationally through collaborations with well-known artists and tours with his own projects. He is founding member of the successfull Swedish jazz outlet Oddjob and releases new music at the speed of light with his own Daniel Karlsson Trio.

Visit Daniel Karlssons website here.

Jukka Rintamäki

Jukka Rintamäki composes music for contemporary dance, film and games. He has worked with prominent choreographers like Kenneth Kvarnström, Virpi Pahkinen and Zvi Gotheiner. Some of the game developers he has worked with include DICE, Avalanche Studios and Remedy Games. Most notably he composed the music for the highly successful games Battlefield 3 and 4 . Rintamäki also creates music for film.

Visit Jukka Rintamäkis website here.

Aurelia Dey

Aurelia Dey navigates cleverly and clearly through her artforms dance, music, acting and dialogue, and constantly finds new ways of expressing her art and strong messages. She works tirelessly for a pro-black and equality message in conjunction with her own afrophobic experience as Ghanaian and Swedish. Despite the pandemic, the recent years been productive with new music composed, a new live show set up and also a newly founded webseries/podcast named “Sunday Service”. 


Sindri Runudde

Sindri Runudde is a dancer and choreographer based in Sweden. Their work is characterized by a multi-sensorial approach to the body as a living archive. Sindri invites artists and creators to their process to examine and problematize how we experience the world around us through our senses and our perception. Sindris work spans over several fields and includes sound art, visual art and performance. They are educated in contemporary circus and dance, and have worked with companies and institutions as well as toured their own works both in Sweden and internationally.

Maria Naidu

Maria Naidu wants dance to provoke, stimulate and inform rather than just entertain. She explores the social, emotional and spiritual dimensions that dance generates. The starting point is the power of dance to communicate directly, across all kinds of boundaries and its ability to deeply touch people. Marias artistry rests on a solid craft, deeply rooted in art of dance, which in combination with curiosity, interest in development and renewal has made her a multifaceted artist.

Visit Maria Naidus website here.

Joanna Holewa Chrona

Joanna Holewa Chrona is a dancer, choreographer, and dj based in Sweden and South Africa. Her dance- background is within streetdance from the afro-diaspora as well as from West- and South-African cultural dances. She is active within different fields of art such as performing, teaching, choreographing, organising battles and competitions, creating music-videos, art-films, commercials and as DJ.

Visit Joanna Holewa Chronas website here.

BamBam Frost

BamBam Frost is a dancer and choreographer based in Stockholm. During her long and varied career as a performer, she has moved trough entertainment context as well as the contemporary dance scene. Since 2018 BamBam primarily initiates, choreographs, and performs her work, often in close collaborations with other artists. Right now she insists on pleasure as compass and fiction as tool in the urge to create choreography that encourages you to reevaluate the potential of the the body, the room and the group. Always exploring different movement practices and ways of being together.

Read more about BamBam Frost here.

Johanssons Pelargoner och Dans

Johanssons Pelargoner och Dans is a performing arts group and a production platform with over 10 years experience of performing arts and dance pedagogical work with a special focus on children and young people. They create performances where the audience is involved and where the focus lies on the physical experience of those who participate. Artistic directors for Johansson’s Pelargoner and dance are Annica Styrke and Karin Wiklund – choreographers, dancers and dance educators trained at the School of Dance and School of Circus.

Visit Johanssons Pelargoner och Dans website here.