Performance
Program
2021

Finally 30!

Since 1991, TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA has been doing important groundwork for international and local artists in the field of contemporary dance and performance. In its combination of performances, a discursive program and a wide-ranging workshop program for professional dancers and amateurs, it is unique in southern Germany. With its program, it repeatedly sets surprising and new artistic impulses. This summer it celebrates its 30th anniversary! In this context dance will be celebrated in all its facets, but we will also ask how, after more than a year of pandemic and “cultural distancing”, one can use dance as an art form to take a stand on aspects that are relevant to our living together.

We look forward to welcoming you as a guest! In order to make your visit as relaxed and safe as possible for you and everyone else, we ask you to take note of the following instructions and to follow the necessary hygiene protection regulations on site.

Covid-19

Tickets

Tickets for all performances of TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA are available in advance via München Ticket.

The entrance to the Opening and the Final Lecture is free. REgistration via email in adavance is required to:
info@jointadventures.net

Due to the necessary hygiene regulations, the number of seats in all performances is limited in accordance with current regulations. Tickets are only personalized available. The box office opens one hour before the start of each performance.

Please note that seat groups must be booked as a whole. Depending on availability, some individual places may also be offered. If you have any questions about the ticket booking, please contact Friederike Jäcksch:
f.jaecksch@jointadventures.net

Ermäßigung

Eligible for reduced tickets are:
- Pupils, students up to the age of 30
- Seniors from the age of 65
- Unemployed persons
- Disabled persons
- Members of BLZT (proof of dance card)
- Workshop participants of TWE (proof of course card)

For the performances of Jérôme Bel the reduction is only valid for pupils, students up to the age of 30.

Thomas Hauert
Rui Horta
Micha Purucker
„Re.Visited – 3 Works on Mozart“

July 21 – 23
20.30 H
Gasteig, Carl-Orff-Saal

In cooperation with Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz and dem Gasteig

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Jérôme Bel
“Isadora Duncan”

July 24 & 25
20.30 H
Therese-Giehse-Halle
Münchner Kammerspiele

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Moritz Ostruschnjak
“YESTER:NOW”

July 27 – 31
20.30 H
Philharmonie
Gasteig

On July 31, we offer a live audio description for blind and visually impaired audience members in collaboration with Gravity Access Services, Berlin.

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Ultima Vez
Wim Vandekeybus
“Traces”

July 28 & 29
20.30 H
Muffathalle

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Sheena McGrandles
“FLUSH”

August 1
20.30 H
Schwere Reiter

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Who’s next?
Open Stage

August 2
20.30 H
Muffathalle

With
Helen D‘Haenens „Exposed“
Lisa Laurent & Mattéo Trutat „Pas de Deux“
Anne-Hélène Kotoujansky „Was ich mit dem Tanzen bis jetzt gelernt habe“
Arvi Yrjölä, Fidel Rott „BACK & FORTH“
Mihir Grover „The Source“

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Salma Salem 
“Anchoring” &
Synda Jebali
“À la recherche”

August 3
20.30 H
HochX

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Flora Détraz
“Muyte Maker”

August 4
20.30 H
Schwere Reiter

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Opening
Lecture

July 26
19.00 H
Iwanson Schule

Entrance free of charge

To open the workshop program of TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA, the instructors explain the contents of their classes and the focal points of their teaching. Everybody who is interested in dance is cordially invited.

The number of seats is limited for reasons of hygiene. This year, participation is only possible with advance registration by email to info@jointadventures.net.

Final Lecture

August 6
20.30 H
Muffathalle

Entrance free of charge

The Final Lecture surprises audiences every year at the close of the TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA. Participants and instructors present the results from their workshops and intensives. Everybody is cordially invited to watch!

The number of seats is limited for reasons of hygiene. This year, participation is only possible with advance registration by email to info@jointadventures.net.

Accessibility

If not otherwise indicated, all venues have wheelchair access, i.e. the entrance is at ground level or accessible via an elevator. Please note that there is no wheelchair accessible toilet available at the Iwanson School.

On July 31, we offer a live audio description for blind and visually impaired audience members in collaboration with Gravity Access Services, Berlin for the performance of Moritz Ostruschnjak at the Philharmonie.

For further information please contact Laura Lang:
+49 89 189 31 37 16
l.lang@jointadventures.net

Philharmonie & Carl-Orff-Saal

Gasteig
Rosenheimer Str. 5

S-Bahn all lines Rosenheimer Platz
Tram 15, 25 Rosenheimer Platz
Tram 17 Am Gasteig

Therese-Giehse-Halle

Münchner Kammerspiele
Falckenbergstr. 1

S-Bahn all lines Marienplatz, Isartor
U-Bahn U3, U6 Marienplatz
Tram 19, 21 Kammerspiele

Muffathalle

Zellstraße 4
81667 München

S-Bahn all lines Rosenheimer Platz, Isartor
Bus 132 Isartor / Zweibrückenstraße
Tram 17 Isartor, Deutsches Museum
Tram 25 Rosenheimer Platz

 

Schwere Reiter

Dachauer Straße 114
80636 München

Bus 53 Leonrodplatz
Nachtbus 43, 44 Leonrodplatz
Tram 20, 21 Leonrodplatz

 

Theater HochX

Entenbachstraße 37
81541 München

U-Bahn U1, U2, U7, U8 Kolumbusplatz
Bus 132 Fraunhoferstraße

 

Iwanson Schule

Iwanson Schule
Adi-Maislinger-Straße 12
81373 München

U-Bahn U5 Heimeranplatz (ca. 10 minutes walking distance)
S-Bahn S7 Heimeranplatz (ca. 10 minutes walking distance)
Bus 62 & 130 Hansapark