TANZWERKSTATT
EUROPA

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

Intensives

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

Bodywork

Joy Ackwonu
Veronica Fischer
Daphne Strothmann
Chiang-Mei Wang

Registration for all workshops starts at the end of April!

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TANZPLATTFORM
DEUTSCHLAND

March 4 – 8, 2020
Munich

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NATIONALES
PERFORMANCE
NETZ

Deadlines
2nd round 2019

Theatre Guest Performances
March 31, 2019

Dance Guest Performances
April 15, 2019

International Dance Guest Performances
April 15, 2019

Dance Coproductions
April 15, 2019

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depARTures  
Unique Performance and Dance from Catalunya

March 30 – April 6, 2019
Munich

In the depARTures series, JOINT ADVENTURES presented choreographic works in the context of ACCESS TO DANCE and with the support of the Institut Ramon Llull. They create bridges to other art forms and thus expand the possibilities of dance and performance. This time, choreographers from Catalonia were placed in the focus.

Quim Bigas "APPRAISERS"
Pere Faura "No dance, No Paradise"
María Munoz – Mal Pelo "Bach"
Albert Quesada "OneTwoThreeOneTwo"

The performances were flanked by an homage to the Catalonia film director Núria Font Solà (1958 – 2017); it is curated by Àngels Margarit, the director of the Barcelona dance house Mercat de les Flors.

 

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!