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  • 20 Jun. → 23 Jun. '19Terschelling, the Netherlands

    Oerol 2019 visitors' programme

    Ulrike Quade Company / Strijbos & Van Rijswijk - 'Technostalgia' | Photo: Anouk van Kalmthout
    In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, landscape arts festival Oerol organises an international visitors' programme. The international visitors' programme runs from 20-23 June 2019 on the island of Terschelling, the Netherlands.
    Ranging from theatre spectacles to acrobatics and interactive installations, Oerol presents all kinds of theatre in the dunes, on the beaches, in the woods, in sheds and barns and on the streets of Terschelling. Oerol 2019 takes place from 14-23 June 2019. Invitations to the visitors' programme are extended by the organising festival.

    Want to know which international organisations will be attending? Check out the PDF at the bottom of this page.

    Programme
    For its international visitors Oerol selected eight performances from the festival programme, all by Netherlands-based artists and companies:
    Naomi Velissariou / Theater Utrecht - 'Permanent Destruction'
    Via Berlin - 'Lost Tango'
    Shelfish - 'One Million People and Me'
    Boogaaerdt/ Vanderschoot / Toukine Delphine - 'Botanical Wasteland'
    Touki Delphine / Theun Mosk - 'Firebird'
    Ulrike Quade Company / Strijbos & Van Rijswijk - 'Technostalgia'
    Urland - 'Bobby Baxter'
    Walpurgis / Bot / Kloppend Hert - 'Wij, de verdronkenen' (We, the Drowned)

    Visit the Oerol website to further explore this year’s festival programme.

    For more information about the visitors' programme, contact José Beesems, jose@oerol.nl jose@oerol.nl.

    About Oerol
    Terschelling’s Oerol festival has come to be known as one of the most exceptional landscape art festivals in Europe. From its origins as a small festival in 1982, Oerol has grown into a true phenomenon.
    For 10 days in June each year, the island of Terschelling in the Wadden Sea is transformed into a unique natural stage for theatre, dance, art installations and music. More recent projects have also displayed a combination of art, science and nature. These projects are becoming ever more important, giving shape to new aspirations of the festival. With a huge audience, participating as fieldworkers in laboratory projects, the festival becomes an exciting, yet serious living laboratory.

    The international visitors' programme is organised by Oerol in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts. The programme is made possible by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.
  • 27 Jun. → 28 Jun. '19Rotterdam, the Netherlands

    inJazz 2019 visitors' programme

    In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, conference and festival inJazz organises an international visitors' programme to introduce (new) Dutch work, musicians and bands to international presenters. The visitors' programme takes place on 27 & 28 June 2019 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
  • 4 Jul. → 7 Jul. '19Amsterdam, the Netherlands

    Julidans 2019 visitors' programme

    For the third year in a row, Dutch Performing Arts partners up with dance festival Julidans. The festival organises an international visitors' programme to present a wide range of Dutch productions and premieres to international presenters.
  • 5 Jul. → 7 Jul. '19Amsterdam, the Netherlands

    Amsterdam Roots Festival 2019 visitors' programme

    Part of a first-time collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, Amsterdam Roots Festival organises an international visitors' programme. The festival takes place from 2-10 July 2019 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • 12 Jul. → 21 Jul. '19Cividale del Friuli, Italy

    Dutch focus at Mittelfest 2019

    In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, Italian performing arts festival Mittelfest spotlights the work of three Dutch artists and music groups. The festival takes place from 12-21 July 2019 in Cividale del Friuli, Italy.
  • 22 Jul. → 5 Aug. '19Venice, Italy

    Dutch focus at the Venice Biennale 2019

    Dutch Performing Arts proudly powers three Netherlands-based theatre companies and artists who are part of the International Theatre Festival at the Venice Biennale 2019. Theater Artemis, Club Gewalt and Julian Hetzel are part of a Dutch focus programme, with multiple performances in July and August 2019.
  • 7 Aug. → 10 Aug. '19's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands

    Theaterfestival Boulevard 2019 visitors' programme

    In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts and Flanders Arts Institute, Theaterfestival Boulevard invites theatre professionals to its international visitors' programme titled Highlights From the Lowlands. The international visitors' programme takes place from 7-10 August 2019 in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands.
  • 30 Aug. → 31 Aug. '19Reitdiepdal Groningen, the Netherlands

    ZomerJazzFietstour 2019 visitors' programme

    Dutch Performing Arts and ZomerJazzFietsTour continue their close partnership to present Dutch work, musicians and bands to international music presenters. The international visitors' programme takes place on 30 & 31 August 2019 in Reitdiepdal Groningen, the Netherlands,
  • 6 Sep. → 8 Sep. '19Utrecht, the Netherlands

    Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2019 visitors' programme

    In collaboration wih Dutch Performing Arts, Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2019 organises an international visitors' programme for music presenters. The visitors' programme takes place from 6-8 September 2019 in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
  • 20 Sep. → 29 Sep. '19Moscow, Russia

    Dutch theatre for young audiences at Gavroche 2019

    Dutch theatre for young audiences returns once more at international festival Gavroche, with the support of Dutch Performing Arts. After having programmed a number of Dutch productions in 2013, the festival will present another 10 Dutch youth theatre productions during its 13th edition.
  • 25 Sep. → 28 Sep. '19Amsterdam, the Netherlands

    12 Points goes Dutch

    Festival 12 Point is coming to Amsterdam. The showcase event for emerging and innovative jazz musicians from Europe takes place from 25-28 September 2019 at the Bimhuis in Amsterdam. Part of a collaboration between Dutch Performing Arts, 12 Points and the Bimhuis, the 13th edition features a satellite programme with Netherlands-based artists and an international visitors' programme.
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