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CODA Oslo International Dance Festival

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CODA Oslo International Dance Festival is a biannual contemporary dance festival. CODA's aim is to strengthen dance as an art form in Norway. It focuses on presenting variety and diversity within the international and Norwegian contemporary dance arena through a biennale of dance of the highest artistic levels.

CODA wants to create Norwegian dance opportunities to develop through performances, courses, workshops and seminars, focusing on Oslo and Norway as arena for contemporary dance.
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CODA Oslo International Dance Festival

CODA Oslo International Dance Festival is a biannual contemporary dance festival. CODA's aim is to strengthen dance as an art form in Norway. It...

CODA Oslo International Dance Festival

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