DUTCH PERFORMING ARTS / FRANCE - LE PROJET

Still a month ahead we'd like to announce the full programme of Moving Meetings Dance 2016 during Julidans. Extensive and diverse, the programme takes you around Amsterdam and shows the newest generation of Dutch dance makers. And it is still possible to register!

 

Programme

You can find the full programme here. In short:

 

Thursday 7 July kicks off with drinks and talks; showcase by Nicole Beutler and the world premiere of Jefta van Dinther.

 

On Friday 8 July we move to Dansmakers Amsterdam with - to name a few - Connor Schumacher, Alida Dors and Samir Calixto presenting showcases of their newest work. Full length performances by Itamar Serussi and Keren Levi are shown in the evening.

 

On Saturday 9 July the programme is hosted by Veem House for Performance. A day of reflection, debate, utopian far ranging vistas and presentations by, amongst others, Schwalbe, Julian Hetzel and Florentina Holzinger.

 

The Julidans programme can be seen here.

 

Registration

After registration, this personal invitation gives you free admission to all components of the Moving Meetings Dance 2016 programme, including networking dinners and lunches. Availability is limited, so register to Moving Meetings Dance 2016 as soon as you can and at least before 10 June, using this link.

 

Accomodation

Here you can find an overview of the hotels offering reduced prices exclusively for guests of Moving Meetings. Please arrange the hotel quick, as availability is limited and Amsterdam prices rise every day..

 

Contact

For any questions about the programme & registration, please contact Norma Schiphof via n.schiphof@dutchperformingarts.nl

 

For questions concerning Julidans, you can send an e-mail to: info@julidans.nl.

 

We look forward to welcoming you in July!

 

With kind regards,

 

Anita van Dolen (Artistic Director Julidans) and

Anja Krans (Programme Manager Dutch Performing Arts)

 

* This invitation is made possible through support from the 'International Visitors Program' of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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