Karin holds a degree in dance pedagogy from the Stockholm University College of Dance, with a specialisation in early dance from the 15th to 19th centuries. She teaches by special request in a large variety of contexts, working both with dancers, singers, musicians and actors, and she also occasionally holds open classes in baroque dance. Karin teaches in English, Swedish or French.

References – Former teaching and lectures

Löftadalen Conservatory Dance Programme: intense baroque weeks, September 2015 and October 2016.

International Summer Academy of Baroque Dance 2014, 2015 and 2016, Nordic Baroque Dancers and Löftadalen Conservatory: Beginners’ level main course, optional courses in baroque music/dance forms and contre dances.

Micadanses, Paris, France: baroque dance weekend course in English, dancing to Händel and Lully, 18-19 April 2015.

Löftadalen Conservatory, Åsa, Sweden: baroque dance workshop at inspiration days for dance teachers, January 2014, 2015 and 2016.

Edinburgh International Harp Festival: Baroque dance workshop together with Andrew Lawrence-King, April 2014.

Slottsskolan, Skokloster, Sweden: Skapande skola project, baroque dance classes for children, March 2014.

Gullmarsgymnasiet, Lysekil, Sweden: Skapande skola project, baroque dance classes for dance students, August-October 2013.

International Festival of Historical Dance, Moscow: teaching baroque dance and Swedish contredances, August 2013 and 2011.

University College of Opera, Stockholm: baroque dance training for singers, November-January 2010-2013.

Conservatoire de Chartres: baroque dance workshops for dance and music students, February 2012 and 2013.

Research Conference at CMBV, La danse française et son rayonnement: Les contredanses françaises en Suède au XVIIIe siècle, presentation together with Irène Ginger in Versailles, December 2013.

Lysekil baroque festival: baroque dance workshop and instruction in Playford dances, September 2012.

Mälardalen University, chamber music program: 17th-19th-century dance workshop, August 2011 and September 2012.

Conservatoire de Fontainebleau/Péniche Opéra: pedagogical project with singers, March-June 2012.

Stockholm City Museum and the Dance museum: public taster classes, autumn 2011 and spring 2012.

Balettakademien Stockholm: regular baroque dance classes for adults, 2006-2011.

Stockholm School of the Arts: regular classes in renaissance, baroque and social dances from the 19th-century for young people 14-22 years of age, 2005-2011.

Baroque dance workshops in senior high schools, since 2008: Viktor Rydbergs gymnasium, Norra Real, Kungsholmens gymnasium and Södra Latin in Stockholm, Midgårdsgymnasiet in Umeå, and Anderstorpsskolan in Skellefteå.

Colloque Noverre: Une dernière tentative d’emploi : le dossier de candidature au roi de Suède en 1791, presentation together with Irène Ginger at the Sorbonne, Paris, October 2010.

Linköpings Balettförening: baroque dance workshops, August 2010.

Rödsleskolan, Oskarshamn: Renaissance dance school project, January and May 2010.

Riksförbundet Unga Musikanter: Baroque dance workshop for students 14-20 years of age, October 2009 and April 2010.

Stockholm School of the Arts: Swedish contredanses, further education for dance teachers, October 2009.

Varbergs fästning: Let’s dance medieval version, teaching 15th-century dance, July 2009.

Stockholm City Archives: Music and dance in the archives, lecture on Swedish contredanses, May 2009.

Rudbeckska gymnasiet, Sollentuna: movement training for theatre students, April 2009.

International baroque dance seminar, Rothenfels am Main, and University College of Dance: Aimable Vainqueur – the life of a dance, workshop with Kaj Sylegård, May and December 2008.

Professional dance education at Angeredsgymnasiet: teaching baroque dance, May 2008.

La Sallé, baroque dance seminar at Confidencen, Ulriksdal court theatre: co-arranger and lecturer, May 2007.