Carl Olof Berg is a swedish choreographer and performer who started playing the cello and the piano at early age but focused on dancing jazz, street and contemporary style in his teens.
Since his graduation from the choreography department at The University College och Dance in Stockholm 1998 he has explored creating choreography for persons with different ages and performing backgrounds for a diverse range of stage contexts.
During the years he has combined working, performing and touring with own dance productions as well as directing and collaborating with other directors.
Hallå 42 – ZebraDans
(Hedwig and the angry inch – Hålogaland Teater, Tromsö – directed by Mattias Brunn)
Tre små grisar – Wermland opera
Vi äger, Dansbuss Sörmland – Scenkonst Sörmland
Lön för mödan – Balettakademien Göteborg
(Trouble in Tahiti / Riddar Blåskägg – Royal swedish opera – directed by Mathias Clason)
Dans med vuxna – RESiDANS / Uppsala konsert och kongress