Stephanie Felber
Caroline Finn
Sabine Glenz
Ruth Golic
Sabine Haß-Zimmermann
Stephan Herwig
Anna Holter
Judith Hummel
Jessica Iwanson
Karen Janker
Stefan Maria Marb
Angelika Meindl
Ceren Oran
Moritz Ostruschnjak
Helmut Ott
Yvonne Pouget
Micha Purucker
Johanna Richter
Claudia Senoner
Zufit Simon
Susanne Stortz
Dali Touiti
Birgitta Trommler
Katja Wachter


Member since 2013
Caroline Finn

"to create... to dive inside the imagination and swim in its conflicts ... to face its resolutions and express them in honesty and inspiration... to play with truth and fantasy, reality and absurdity .... to weave dynamic stories impacting an audience through their humanity and poetry ... to seek a raw and visceral movement language that serves discerning and often darkly comical expressions of life and humanity... to create ... to be"

Born in England, Caroline Finn attended the Art Educational School, Tring, before moving to New York where she attained a BFA degree from the Juiliard School. There, she studied Graham, Limòn, Taylor and Alexander techniques as well as Composition, Performance and Acting.
Caroline was a member of Ballet Theater Munich before joining Ballet Preljocaj in Aix-en-Provence and touring extensively with the company until 2009. She has worked closely with choreographers such as Ohad Naharin and Carolyn Carlson; most recently taking part in Carlson and Bartabas' new creation "We Were Horses" in 2011.
Alongside her professional dancing career, Caroline has continued to create her own works, successfully presenting them at theatres and festivals in New York, Berlin, Munich, Aix-en-Provence, Copenhagen, Zurich and Himeji, Japan.
Not only have some of these creations been danced by Ballet Theater Munich, Donlon Dance Company Saarbrücken, and Company DIEM in France, but in 2011 Caroline was also commissioned to create a new work "Sleeping Trout" for Tanz Luzerner Theater. As the winner of the Production Prize at the Cross Connection Choreography Competition in Copenhagen 2010, she returned to Denmark the following year to create a new work.

As a teacher she has lead workshops in Munich, France, New York, San Francisco and Santa Barbara.

2013: New creation for Tanz Luzerner Theater.

National Dance Company Wales have announced that Caroline Finn has been appointed as the Company’s new Artistic Director (start: september 2015).



Tanztendenz Munich e.V. is sponsored
by the Munich Department of Arts and Culture

Caroline Finn will change her role from Artistic Director of National Dance Company Wales (NDCWales, 2015 - 2018) to that of Resident Choreographer [ more ]

Premiere, february 11, Mixed Programme 2015 of Phoenix Dance Theatre, Leeds (GB) [ more ]

Choreography for the TheaterinKempten, october 10, 2014 (premiere) [ more ]

Choreography for Teatr Groteska / Krakau, september 26, 2014 [ more ]

Theater in Kempten, april 4, and Festival Le Grand Bain in Lille april, 12, 2014 [ Trailer on youtube ]

Flora In The Slaughterhouse
17. / 18. Januar 2014, schwere reiter, premiered at the 13. Kemptener TANZherbst october 11, 2013
[ more ]

Tanz 12: Of Waiting and Wandering
Premiere in Südpol, Luzerner Theater, may 10, 2013, [ more ]

part of the Festival SCHLEUDERTRAUM 9 in Regensburg, march 21, 2013, "Sculptures & Stories" [ more ]

Sixteen Dances von John Cage
Caroline Finn, Monica Gomis, Ludger Lamers, UA 31.10.12, D.A.N.C.E 2012, schwere reiter, [ more ]

Paradise for Beginners
Tanzherbst Festival Kempten, Premiere 12.10.2012, 80 mins
[ more on vimeo ]

Premiere 23.2.2012 München, Pasinger Fabrik /apart/ TanzTheaterPerformance; Tanztheater für zwei Menschen, 26 mins [ Trailer on youtube ]

Beside Myself
Premiere 23.04.2011 CCBC, Royal Theater, Copenhagen; also performed in: Busan, South Korea/8th International Dance Festival June (2012); Dansehallerne Copenhagen August (2012); Karlovac Dance Festival, Croatia August (2012); Duet, 14 mins.
[ more on vimeo ]

Sleeping Trout
Premiere 18.2.2011, Tanz Luzerner Theater, UG Luzern, 6 dancers, ca. 35 mins [ more on vimeo ]

Premiere March 2010, Solo Tanz Festival Stuttgart, 13 mins.

Premiere 11.5.2009 Pavillon Noir, Aix-en-Provence; München premiere 01.12.2010, Secret Solo Festival; also performed in: Busan, South Korea /8th Busan International Dance festival (2012); Paris- Atelier Carolyn Carlson, June Events (2012); Solo, 14 mins
[ more on youtube ]

Lullaby for the Misunderstood
Premiere July 2006 Gärtnerplatztheater München. BTM 6 dancers, 10 mins

Saving Shirley Lemons
Premiere July 2005 Gärtnerplatztheater München, BTM 3 dancers, 10 mins.