City Tales - 12.8. - 25.8.2019
Move the North presented a joint collaboration, a German-Danish-Swedish photography exhibition in the heart of Hamburg’s city centre at Levantehaus gallery. Four artists presented four individual artistic views on the city they live in and their take on the theme of tales. Featuring works by Rebecca Hoppé and Andy Dräger from Hamburg, Filip MIsiak Orestes from Copenhagen and Diego Monsiváis from Malmö.
Danish Folk meets German Classic - 2.7.2019
With a love of acoustic instruments, Elmøe & Hoffmann invited listeners into their fairytale universe inspired by film music, chamber music and traditional Scandinavian dance. With backgrounds in classical music and heavy metal, they presented a shared foothold in Nordic folk music and celebrated a joie de vivre that instantly intoxicates the audience.
The Danish Trio encountered three musicians of the Hamburg NDR Elbphilharmonic orchestra and together they presented a unique evening of different music styles merging to a youful celebration of music.
Popart & Urbanart - 27.6. - 25.7.2019
The Galerie popstreet.shop in Hamburg’s hip area Karoviertel is specialized in presenting Popart, Urbanart and Streetart. For Move the North they exhibited a selection of works by Jill Ann Press a Danish-American artist living in Copenhagen, Hamburg based Nils Peters and Steffen Kindt originally grown up in Germany but living in Copenhagen.
Danish Films on Screen - 8.6. - 12.6.2019
In collaboration with Metropolis Kino Hamburg Move the North presented five days of Danish cinema in Hamburg and welcomed some international guests. Danish actresses Ditte Hansen and Louise Mieritz presented their 2018 hit -the satire Ditte & Louise- which earned the most Danish award nomminations in 2018.
OFF-Festival director Birgitte Weinberger came to Hamburg to introduce her Odense film festival and showcased a selcetion of her favorite short films.
And Jack Stevenson, the director of Copenhagen’s well known off-cinema Huset-Biograf brought two films celebrating the 50th anniversary of the era of abolition of censorship in Denmark in 1969.
Gin & Jazz - 24.5.2019
Move the North kicked off the 2019 cultural program in Hamburg with the German-Danish-Swedish Music Lounge „Gin&Jazz“
The City of Stade send the Karlshamn Straßenkapelle to perform with Danish musician Jonathan Fjord Bredholt and German Actor Andreas Grötzinger. The event was officially opened by Rolf Barnim Foth from the Hamburg Ministry of Economy, Transport and Innovation.