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A programme by Performing Arts Fund NL to promote Dutch music, theatre and dance abroad.

Team Dutch Performing Arts wishes you happy holidays!

In this newsletter we share an update on exciting Dutch music, theatre and dance taking place (online) across the globe.

Young U.S. audiences take Virtual Field Trips to Dutch theatre and danceyouth dance + youth theatre

Young U.S. audiences take Virtual Field Trips to Dutch theatre and dance

Through Virtual Field Trips, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington brings Dutch theatre and dance for young audiences to the United States. Kennedy Center offers exclusive video registrations and interactive assignments for children to enjoy together with their families and teachers. The Virtual Field Trips are developed in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts and Dutch Culture USA.

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Ivo van Hove receives Honorary Award at Istanbul Theatre Festivaldance + theatre

Ivo van Hove receives Honorary Award at Istanbul Theatre Festival

Ivo van Hove, Dutch theatre maker and director at Internationaal Theater Amsterdam, received the Honorary Award at Istanbul Theatre Festival. Previous award winners include Thomas Ostermeier, Berliner Ensemble, Pina Bausch, Robert Wilson, Peter Brook, Tadashi Suzuki, and Emmanuel Demarcy-Mota. The festival organised a Dutch focus with performances by Nederlands Dans Theater | NDT 2 and Club Guy & Roni.

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Keynote on art and young brains at IPAY Showcase in Placeyouth theatre + youth dance + music

Keynote on art and young brains at IPAY Showcase in Place

From 4-31 January, IPAY Showcase in Place Superbloom brings shows for young people from all over the world to your screen. After live performances by Netherlands-based theatre and dance companies at IPAY Showcase in 2019 and 2020, the orange streak continues with a virtual keynote by Dutch science journalist Mark Mieras on 13 January.

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A summary of four years of Going Dutchmusic

A summary of four years of Going Dutch

For the past four years the Going Dutch project brought Dutch music to audiences and promoters around the United Kingdom and Ireland. The project was commissioned by Dutch Performing Arts and coordinated by the Jazz Promotion Network. Going Dutch facilitated 105 performances by Netherlands-based artists and groups, and fostered international collaborations.

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13 Dutch performances for young audiences at NOW Festivalyouth theatre + youth dance + music

13 Dutch performances for young audiences at NOW Festival

In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, Shanghai-based theatre Art Space for Kids (The A.S.K.) presented 13 shows by Dutch companies at the NOW Festival. The event took place online from 26 October until 1 November and presented a selection of work targetted at young audiences, including performances by Arch8/Erik Kaiel, Theatergroep Kwatta, and Mime Wave.

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youth theatre + youth dance + music

Video: international grants and promotion

At the New Music Conference on 12 November, representatives of the Performing Arts Fund NL gave a presentation on international grants and promotional activities. The conference took place during festival November Music, which had planned to organise a professionals' programme in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts. That programme fell through this year because of COVID-19 regulations. You can now re-watch the presentation at the website of New Music Conference.

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