Kenneth Flak


Born 1975, is a Norwegian dancer, choreographer, composer and teacher. He has performed in the works of André Gingras, Dansdesign, Richard Siegal, Kari Hoaas, Preeti Vasudevan and many others.

He is educated at the National Academy of Dramatic Arts in Norway and the Amsterdam Arts School in the Netherlands, and is currently studying Audiovisual Composition at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theater.

In 2007 he received a Bessie Performer’s Award in New York for his interpretation of Gingras’ solo CYP17. In 2010 he was nominated for the BNG Award in Amsterdam for his choreography Of Gods and Driftwood.

Flak has taught contemporary dance and sound design at universities and festivals around the world. He has taught and performed in Estonia, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Greenland, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Belgium, the UK, Germany, France, Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Hungary, North Macedonia, Serbia, China, Jordan, India, Japan, Australia, Russia, Belarus, USA, Canada, the Dominican Republic, Italy, Spain, Portugal.

A self-taught composer and creative coder, he makes music and interactive tools for live choreographies and dance films.

He was chair of Norwegian Arts Council Commission for Dance 2018-2020.