Zwaan 2015


 
2015   The Black Piece winner of the Zwaan (Swan) for the most impressive dance production of the season. The Swan Award is the most prestigious Dutch dance prize presented by the Dutch Association of Theatre and Concert Hall Directors (VSCD).
The Black Piece selected for the Dutch Dance Festival as one of the most important productions of the season.

2015 Winner Dioraphte Dance Award for The Black Piece. The award is for a choreographer working in the Netherlands who has strong international potential. A jury of international programmers awards the prize to a choreographer whose work has impressed them at the Dutch Dance Festival.

2015 Andreas Kuck nominated for a Zwaan (Swan) for the most impressive achievement in dance for his part in The Black Piece.

2015 Adam Uzelac and Ann Van den Broek winners of the Lighting Design Prize of the Czech Dance Platform for their lighting design for the production Phrasing the Pain.

2014 The Red Piece nominated for the Dans Publieksprijs (Dance Audience Award).

2014 Davide Chocchiara winner of the Dans Publieksprijs (Dance Audience Award) for his part in The Red Piece.

2013 Domestica nominated for a Zwaan (Swan) for the most impressive dance production of the season.

2013 The Red Piece selected for the Dutch Dance Festival as one of the most important productions of the season.

2012 The Co(te)lette Film winner of the ‘Visionary Award’, San Francisco Dance Film Festival (USA).

2011 The Co(te)lette Film winner of ‘Le Prix du Film sur l’Art’ of the Festival du Film sur l’Art in Brussels (B).

2011 The Co(te)lette Film winner of the award for the best dance film of the Cyprus International Film Festival (CY).

2011 The Co(te)lette Film winner of the ‘Best of Festival Award’ during the Dance Camera West Festival in Los Angeles (USA).

2010 We Solo Men selected for the Dutch Dance Festival as one of the most important productions of the season.

2010   Winner Mouson Award. The Mouson Award is initiated by the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt (Germany). The Mouson Award is awarded every two years, by an independent jury, to a group, company, choreographer or director that performed an artistically outstanding production at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm.

2009   I SOLO MENT nominated for a Zwaan (Swan) for the most impressive dance production of the season.
I SOLO MENT selected for the Dutch Dance Festival as one of the most important productions of the season.

2008   Co(te)lette winner of the Zwaan (Swan) for the most impressive dance production of the . The Swan Award is the most prestigious Dutch dance prize presented by the Dutch Association of Theatre and Concert Hall Directors (VSCD).
Co(te)lette selected for the Dutch Dance Festival as one of the most important productions of the season.

2008   Cecilia Moisio nominated for a Zwaan (Swan) for the most impressive achievement in dance for her part in Co(te)lette.

2007   E19 (richting San José) nominated for a Zwaan (Swan) for the most impressive dance production of the season.
E19 (richting San José) selected for the Dutch Dance Festival as one of the most important productions of the season.

2007   Cecilia Moisio nominated for a Zwaan (Swan) for the most impressive achievement in dance for her part in E19 (richting San José).

2006   FF+Rew 60:00 selected for the Dutch Dance Festival as one of the most important productions of the season.

2005   Especially for Daan Vervoort (student of the Royal Ballet School in Antwerp, Belgium) Ann Van den Broek created the choreography Meltdown. He wins the Golden Modern Dance Prize and the Prize of the City of Biarritz (France) at the 'Concours de Danse' in Biarritz.

2004   Quartet with One selected for the Serie Nieuwe Theatermakers (New Makers for the Stage Series) of the Dutch Theatre Institute.

2003   FF+Rew selected for the Dutch Dance Festival as one of the most important productions of the season.

1996   Ann Van den Broek nominated for the Zilveren Theaterdansprijs (Silver Dance Prize) of the Dutch Association of Theatre and Concert Hall Directors for Solo IV a choreography of Krisztina de Châtel.