Erik Rulin

Danser, Mann, Oslo
Bio

Erik Rulin graduated from The Swedish College of Ballet in 1992. 

For ten years, he has been a long-standing member of The Norwegian National Company of Contemporary Dance, Carte Blanche in Bergen, and worked with acknowledged choreographers, such as Amanda Miller, Philippe Blanchard, Ina Christel Johannessen, Mats Ek, Ingun Bjørnsgaard and Jo Strømgren to mention some. 

Through his many experienced years in the Norwegian dance field, Rulin have continuously been working with various companies, among other as a principal dancer in Jo Strømgren Kompani, where he danced in “A Dance Tribute to the Art of Football” in 1997 and “The Arrival” in 1999. In 2002, when in Carte Blanche, he performed in Ingun Bjørnsgaards piece “7 imperatives” and became a member of the company that following year. Since then, he has contributed to a vast number of productions, such as “Preambulum” and “A list of things he said”. 

Rulin is occasionally teaching at Oslo National Academy Of The Arts, both dancers and actors. 

Rulin has been a member of Skuespiller – og danseralliansen since 2017.

 

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