Berlin, 2012 -
Sören M. Niewelt uses the opportunity to create his first work on freelance dancers at a studio showcase in Marameo, Berlin. He then proceeds to produce monthly gala evenings with different dancers from Marameo, presenting different styles in choreography.
Singapore, 2013 -
Niewelt spends a season in Singapore, working with locally educated young dancers and a fixed ensemble. The first international tour brings JSLN Dance Co. to Shenzhen, China, the second to Penang, Malaysia. Niewelt's choreographic style develops.
Beijing, 2014 -
Niewelt and dancer Jessica Larbig move to Beijing, presenting new duet works and restaged classical repertoire Pas de Deux in galas in Beijing and festivals in Solo, Indonesia and Singapore.
Augsburg, 2015 -
Niewelt settles in Augsburg, putting up a fixed ensemble and starts touring to and through England, Wales and Scotland. Pre- and post-tour performances are presented in Augsburg and Geldern, Germany. JSLN Dance Company also performs at festivals in the Netherlands and Italy. S-Line technique is defined and clarified during company training. Niewelt's choreographic style expands to recreating classical full length ballets.
Krefeld, 2021 -
Post-Brexit and -Corona, Niewelt uses the re-start and creates le foyer. Working project based, he dares new styles, explores different types of music and expands his S-Line technique further. He also reinvents his take on classical ballet, creating what will become new repertoire.
- a small excerpt of reviews and articles on Niewelt's previous works with JSLN Dance Company.
Especially created for the Tanztage Ingolstadt 2019, Niewelt steps away from his usual music choices and presents new insights into ballet to Lindsey Stirling and Chopin.
30 students from professionalising schools worked for five days intensively with Niewelt and dancers of JSLN Dance Company to present a gala at the end, sharing the stage with the professionals.
Foto: Marianna Sorrentino
The triple bill Variations of Pointes II went on a two months tour through England, Wales and Scotland before being performed, slightly adapted, for the full month at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Foto: Gregory Giakis
The first triple bill of JSLN Dance Company to tour England, Wales and Scotland.
A combination of restaged classical ballet repertoire, comedy ballet and neoclassical ballet.
The first Edinburgh Fringe - a full month of performances with a very small cast.
Niewelt's first piece to be created in Augsburg.
Foto: Markus Pfeiffer
The Solo International Performing Arts Festival in Indonesia was a highlight für Niewelt and Larbig.
The original review ist in Bahasa Indonesia - Google translates ok.
A gala performance at Singapore's ION Art Gallery with different works from classical repertoire to neoclassical choreographies with live opera performance.
Foto: Bernie Ng
Happy Feet is the social outreach program of the company.
Since the beginning Niewelt has been paying close attention to making the Arts accessible for all, whether bedridden or mobile, in senior homes and hospices.
All ticket funds of this gala went to the Ronald-McDonald house in Berlin.
This is one of the very first full evenings, Niewelt has created for JSLN Dance Company.
Foto: Bernie Ng