Dutch Performing Arts promotes Dutch music, theatre and dance on the international stage. The programme is powered by the Performing Arts Fund NL.

Dutch Performing Arts aims to intensify the contact between Dutch makers and international presenters. Dutch Performing Arts also seeks to increase the interest of international presenters for Dutch performing arts and to stimulate the international ambitions of Dutch companies and artists with global potential. To this end, Dutch Performing Arts:
organises showcases at (inter)national key events;
organises visitors' programmes for relevant international guests;
travels abroad to represent the Netherlands and/or to do research.
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Open call for TPAM Fringe 2020

9 aug 19TPAM (Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama) invites performing artists to submit their performance or project for TPAM Fringe in Tokyo or Yokohama, Japan.
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For artists: Apply now for Off-IPAY 2020

26 jul 19Submissions are now open for Off-IPAY Showcase 2020. IPAY Showcase 2020 takes place from 21-25 January 2020 in Philadelphia, the United States.
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Want to join the Dutch delegation going to ChinaSPAF? Send us your proposal

23 jul 19Dutch Performing Arts organises a Dutch focus programme at performing arts fair ChinaSPAF in Shanghai. We're now accepting proposals from Netherlands-based artists who want to pitch their work to an international audience of arts professionals.
  • 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,
  • 06 Sep. → 08 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.