Dance workshops, summer intensives & bodywork
for professional & amateur dancers
July 31 – August 10, 2019

TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA gives important impulses to contemporary dance and performance art. With its wide range of dance workshops and summer intensives, it is the hot spot of the international contemporary dance scene and transforms Munich for 10 days into an important hub for dance professionals and all people who take great delight in dancing from Bavaria and the whole world.


Quim Bigas
Jefta van Dinther
Louise Lecavalier & Frédéric Tavernini
Dominique Mercy

Contemporary Dance & Repertory

Iñaki Azpillaga
Daniela Bendini
Stephan Herwig
Charlie Morrissey
Bosmat Nossan
Virginie Roy


Joy Ackwonu
Veronica Fischer
Daphne Strothmann
Chiang-Mei Wang

Registration for all courses is now possible. If you book until or on 4 July 2019, you will benefit from our special early bird prices!


Call for Open Stage
Who's next?

Every summer, highly promising dancers and choreographers from throughout the world come to Munich to train and test their own choreographic material in TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA’s various workshops. You are doing a workshop at TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA and have finished choreographic material that you would like to show? In this Open Stage, you are given the opportunity to show your piece or choreographic material to Munich’s audience, as well as all artists and participants!

Deadline: June 5, 2019
Please direct your application to: l.schubert@jointadventures.net

Call for applications


July 31 – August 10, 2019

This summer again, TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA is presenting a high-class program showing important current artistic positions from throughout the world:

Miet Warlop (BE)
Giuseppe Chico (IT/FR) & Barbara Matijević (HR/FR)
Teresa Vittucci (CH)
Louise Lecavalier (CA)
Anna Konjetzky (DE)
Liquid Loft (AT)
Charlie Morrissey (UK)
Jefta van Dinther (SE/DE)


Save the date

March 4 – 8, 2020


1,3 Mio. Euro
for the dance!

On November 8, 2018, the Budget Committee of the German Bundestag released funds of up to EUR 1.3 million for the continuation and strengthening of the Internationalisation Initiative for Dance. This success is the result of the close dialogue between Michael Freundt (Dachverband Tanz Deutschland) and Walter Heun (NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ) with the Minister of State for Culture, Prof. Monika Grütters MdB, and the two rapporteurs in the Budget Committee of the German Bundestag, Patricia Lips MdB (CDU) and Johannes Kahrs (SPD).

We are pleased that with this decision the two international funding models of the NPN can be continued and further strengthened for the next 3 years!