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ACCESS TO DANCE
Unique dance and performance from Québéc/Canada
October 7 – November 8, 2020
This fall, works by important artists of the dance scene of Québec and Canada will be invited to present their work to the Munich audience. Guest performances by Dana Ashbee, Mélanie Demers, Louise Lecavalier, Daniel Léveillé and Isabelle Van Grimde are part of the program. The selected artists are not only important in Québéc and Canada. In their artistic approaches, they are at the edge of artistic development in contemporary dance worldwide, each defining their own unique, idiosyncratic choreographic style.
This project is part of Canada’s cultural program as Guest of Honour at the Frankfurter Buchmesse 2020/2021 with the support of the Embassy of Canada, the Québec Representation and the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec.
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Cancellation of guest performances due to the coronavirus
The current situation presents us all with completely new challenges and has significant impact, particularly in the cultural sector, which must be considered on an individual basis. Within the framework of NATIONALES PRFORMANCE NETZ, we receive numerous inquiries regarding the legal consequences of the cancellation of already approved guest performances due to the coronavirus.
The following options apply to guest performances that have already been granted:
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Jluy 27 – August 6, 2021
This was TANZWERKSTATT
The 29th edition of TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA took place in Munich from 28 July to 7 August 2020 - as the first major event in the field of contemporary dance in the German-speaking world to be held in an analogue format. The fact that this was possible at all after the drastic restrictions in the dance and theatre sector is not only due to a comprehensive hygiene concept, but also to the cooperation and solidarity of all participants. A heartfelt THANK YOU to our guests, artists, workshop participants and our audience!
TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA proved that the value of art and culture, especially in times of crisis, is measured not only by audience numbers and pure profitability, but also by the direct impact, inspiration and enormous vital energy that participants and spectators took away from the event.
See you next year for the 30th anniversary of TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA!
a dance academy camp
July 22 – 26, 2020
Iwanson International School of Contemporary Dance
The format SOLID GROUND – CHALLENING SPACE took place this summer for the first time. SOLID GROUND trains and educates creating important contacts to the international professional dance scene for dance and choreography students before their graduation year. The program serves as an orientation for the future international working environment even before the students’ dance formation is completed. It was also a unique occasion to personally network among fellow students from all over Europe.