TSC Studio activities suspended until 13 April

We are doing everything in our power to help slow the spread of the pandemic. In line with Finnish Government guidelines we have switched to remote working and all TSC Studio activities are being suspended until 13 April.

The premiere of Broas & Nyberg’s Truths That Never Were has been cancelled, but it will be live streamed free of charge at broasnyberg.com at 19:00–20:00 on Friday, 20 March. Dates for replacement performances at TSC Studio will be announced later.

Rehearsals and training activities at TSC Studio are suspended. TERO morning classes for professionals and Helsinki Dance Institute (Helsingin Tanssiopisto) and Tanssivintti classes are cancelled until 13 April.

Sale of tickets for the Helsinki premiere season of Third Practice in June continue as normal.

We are closely following official guidance. We will always update current information first at terosaarinen.com and on our social-media channels (FB @terosaarinencompany | IG @terosaarinenco | T @terosaarinenco).

We want to act responsibly and to foster the wellbeing of our audiences, employees and partners in this crisis that has paralysed the entire sector. In addition to safety measures, we will, for example, try to safeguard the incomes of our freelances as far as our capacity can bear.

We are also actively working for our audiences, to make our content accessible remotely. On Friday 20 March, the Broas & Nyberg premiere will be live streamed online. Yle Areena has Ikuinen liike (Rooted with Wings), a documentary about Tero Saarinen’s work, available online. Tero Saarinen’s Kullervo will most likely become available on the Finnish National Opera’s Stage 24 service in the near future.

Negotiations are ongoing for broader digital distribution of our dance films and recordings of our works, made as international co-productions. Currently, TSC content is being featured on Mezzo TV in 60 countries to 28 million subscribers.