A programme by Performing Arts Fund NL to promote Dutch music, theatre and dance abroad.
16 May. → 25 May. '19Utrecht, the Netherlands

SPRING 2019 professionals' programme



Vincent Riebeek - One of a Kind | Photo: Thomas Lenden, Bart Grietens
In close collaboration Dutch Performing Arts, performing arts festival SPRING organises a professionals' programme for international theatre and dance professionals. The festival runs from 16-25 May 2019 in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
The international professionals' programme takes place from 23-25 May 2019. Invitations to the professionals' programmes are extended by the organising festival.

Programme
For its international guests the festival serves up an exquisite selection of performances, installations, artists' presentations and discussions. The international professionals' programme offers opportunities to meet emerging and pioneering performers who live and work in the Netherlands.

The selected performances include two world premieres:
'Something (out of nothing) - Kris Verdonck & ICK Amsterdam
'PERMANENT DESTRUCTION: The HM Concert' - Naomi Velissariou

For the full festival programme, visit the SPRING website.

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

About SPRING
SPRING is an nternational platform for performance, theatre and dance works. Every year SPRING organises two festivals: the ten-day SPRING Performing Arts Festival in May and the three-day SPRING in autumn.
The May 2019 edition is about robots and humans, cultural identities and global relations, and people and the city. A colourful palette of ravishing dance shows and documentary theatre pieces, ironic humanoids and skillful bondage artists, Greek traditional dance and Indonesian noise music come together in a theatrical journey around the world and into Utrecht.

The international professionals' programme is organised by SPRING in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts. The programme is made possible by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.