- 16 Dec. '18
Recap: Dutch delegation at CINARS & Mundial Montreal 2018In November, six Dutch delegates visited the CINARS Biennale and Mundial Montreal in Montreal, Canada together with Dutch Performing Arts. They received a contribution from Dutch Performing Arts for their visit aimed at promoting, researching and/or networking for a Dutch music company (classical, contemporary, jazz and world music).Dutch Performing Arts was present at the CINARS Biennale from 12-17 November 2018 and at Mundial Montreal from 13-16 November 2018, together with Dutch delegates: Minyeshu Kifle Tedla and Eric van de Lest (Minyeshu), Joost Lijbaart (Under the Surface), Andries van Wieren (Amsterdam Klezmer Band), Ruven Ruppik (Lingua Franca Ensemble), and Tido Visser (Netherlands Chamber Choir).
Check out the photo report by percussionist Joost Lijbaart, representing his band Under the Surface.
Joost Lijbaart:Icy expedition
"After touching down after a quiet flight to Montreal, I made my way to the hotel. What should be an easy 10 to 15-minute walk proved to be quite the challenge at minus 10 degrees Celsius. After warming up at the hotel and a quick bite, I went to see a couple of showcases at cafe L’Escogriffe."Fruitful meetings
"The following day was fantastic, full of fruitful meetings. In the morning I attended two panel discussions about how to be successful as an artist - a subject I also teach at two Dutch conservatories. It was interesting to listen to the lessons these panels had to share, even though there is no definitive answer or how-to guide.
In the afternoon I joined the Dutch reception hosted by Dutch Performing Arts, Dutch Music Export and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Here's a picture of me and my fellow delegate Ruven Ruppik. During the reception I spoke with a lot of presenters from Canada and the US, and I followed up on a few options for Canadian festivals for my band Under the Surface.
In the evening I attended some more showcases, including an inspiring performance by Iranian-Canadian percussionist Hamin Honari."Two degrees of seperation
"The next morning, before heading out to meet-ups and showcases, I went for a walk in Montreal's old city centre and had a couple of meetings.
In between showcases it was easy to meet and network with new people in an inviting and relaxing setting. People always seemed to be really interested in where I was from and what was the purpose of my visit to Montreal. I spoke with a radio journalist from Vancouver about Under the Surface, who later on did a segment in his show on the band.
After accidentally missing the bus to Mundial Montreal's closing reception, I shared a cab with an Israeli-Iranian music duo. As it turns out, we have a lot of mutual friends. In the music industry you're always two or fewer acquaintance links apart."An inviting, international crowd
"On my last day in Montreal I joined a lunch on the invitation of the Scottish delegation, and I visited CINARS. Besides a meeting with some of my contacts from Australia, I also spoke with delegates from Japan, Macau, China, Korea and the UK. Again, I was struck by how easy it was to approach and get in touch with new people from around the world.
Montreal is a fantastic city, with exceptionally friendly people and a vibrant music scene. I was very pleased to be able to visit Mundial Montreal and CINARS. Even when you're not doing a showcase yourself, they were great events to network and to represent my band."
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 19 Jul. '19The European Commission launches a pilot project to boost Europe's content industries through innovation, collaboration and new digital technologies. Professionals in the content industry are invited to submit their proposals.
- 4 Jul. '19The Performing Arts Market in Seoul (PAMS) invites performing arts professionals to send in their new project for PAMS Pitching. Selected projects will be presented on 8-10 October 2019 in Seoul, South Korea during PAMS 2019.
- 26 Jun. '19K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg invites choreographers to apply for their residency programme. The programme provides three eight-month residencies to choreographers who are currently at the beginning of their career and have produced some choreographic work of their own.
- 20 Jun. '19Just because summer is just around the corner, doesn't mean we're resting on our laurels. Another interesting selection of international visitors' programmes is coming up, hosted in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts.
- 17 Jun. '19Pieter Zeeman is to retire from his position as Dutch Performing Arts' programme director at the end of July.
- 6 Jun. '19Dance network Aerowaves invites talented emerging choreographers based in Europe to apply for the Aerowaves Twenty20.
- 30 May. '19The official programme’s call for submissions will open earlier than usual. CINARS Biennale will welcome submissions from September to the end of October 2019.
- 29 May. '19The internationale tanzmesse nrw welcomes proposals for its 2020 festival.
- 28 May. '19Dutch Performing Arts facilitated the classical and contemporary music scene at the Dutch Pavilion during Classical:NEXT 2019. You can now listen to the full podcast series by de Concertzender for interviews and concert registrations.
- 15 May. '19IUGTE invites actors, dancers and directors to apply for their International Physical Theatre Workshop, taking place from 10-17 June 2019 in Leitring, Austria.
- 14 May. '19During Classical:NEXT, the global meeting for art music innovators, Dutch radio station de Concertzender will do live podcasts. Classical:NEXT 2019 takes place from 15-18 May 2019 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
- 10 May. '19Theatremaker and visual artist Julian Hetzel represents the Netherlands at the Prague Quadrennial next month. With the support of Dutch Performing Arts and Creative Industries Fund NL, Hetzel's performative installation 'SELF' will be presented from 6-16 June 2019.
- 7 May. '19NIPAI (New International Performing Arts Institute) organises a new 18-month programme for (aspiring) directors, movement directors, actors coaches, choreographers, arts managers and creative leaders.
- 30 Apr. '19Dutch Performing Arts is excited to collaborate with new partners in the UK and Italy to present Dutch music to international audiences.
- 30 Apr. '19Dutch Performing Arts is pleased to expand its network of theatre and dance partners for the organisation of international visitors' programmes with three more organisations.
- 30 Apr. '19Dutch Performing Arts is pleased to expand its network of music partners for the organisation of international visitors' programmes with two more festivals.
- 29 Apr. '19Every year on 29 April we celebrate International Dance Day. This worldwide celebration of dance is an initiative of the Dance Committee of the International Theatre Institute (ITI).
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