Dutch Performing Arts promotes Dutch music, theatre and dance on the international stage. A programme of Performing Arts Fund NL.

on the international stage

Through strategic partnerships with leading events around the world, Dutch Performing Arts presents Dutch music, theatre and dance on the international stage.

We present a wealth of Dutch performances all over the world, through Dutch focus programmes and multi-annual collaborations to showcase work by Netherlands-based artists.


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  • 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 11 Dutch youth theatre productions during its 13th edition.
  • 18 Sep. → 28 Sep. '19Essen, Germany

    Theater Artemis at Ruhrtriennale

    Youth theatre company Theater Artemis will give 12 performances of their new production '(…..) - This piece doesn’t give a shit that its title is vague' at arts festival Ruhrtriennale. The company will perform from 18-28 September 2019 in Essen, Germany.
  • 31 Jul. → 10 Aug. '19Oostende, Belgium

    Sector meeting and Dutch shows at TAZ#19

    With the support of Dutch Performing Arts, theatre festival Theater aan Zee (TAZ) presents a multitude of theatremakers and companies from the Netherlands. The festival also hosts a sector meeting (in Dutch) for theatre professionals from the Netherlands and Flanders. The sector meeting is organised by TAZ, Dutch Performing Arts, rekto:verso, Stichting Nieuwe Helden, Cultuurloket, and deBuren.
  • 22 Jul. → 4 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.
  • 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.
  • 12 Jun. → 16 Jun. '19Graz, Austria

    Dutch and Flemish theatre at DramatikerInnenfestival 2019

    This year’s edition of the annual DramatikerInnenfestival in Graz, Austria will include a special focus on theatre from the Lowlands. The event will feature staged readings of six theatre texts originally written in Dutch.
  • 2 Jun. → 8 Jun. '19Novara, Italy

    NovaraJazz 2019

    In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, jazz festival NovaraJazz presents a Dutch focus programme in June 2019.
  • 18 May. → 19 May. '19London, United Kingdom

    Sound Unbound 2019

    Dutch Performing Arts is excited to announce a brand-new collaboration with the Barbican and their festival Sound Unbound. The festival presents the widest and freshest selection of classical music for a new audience. A Culture Mile event programmed by the Barbican, Sound Unbound's third edition takes place on 18 & 19 May 2019 across Culture Mile in London.
  • 4 May. → 12 May. '19New York, United States

    Oorkaan at BAM

    Dutch music theatre company Oorkaan will perform their award-winning toddler production Glimpse at BAM, the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York.
  • 15 Jan. → 19 Jan. '19Philadelphia, United States

    Dutch performing arts for young audiences at IPAY 2019

    Dutch Performing Arts proudly powers eight Dutch youth theatre and dance companies who are present at the IPAY Showcase 2019, in collaboration with the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in New York, Assitej Netherlands and DutchCulture. The showcase takes place from 15-19 January 2019 in Philadelphia, the United States.
  • 13 Dec. → 21 Dec. '18Marseille, France

    BNMFEST 2018

    Multidisciplinary festival BNMFEST mixes different styles of music and dance, including ballet, contemporary music, house, urban, world music, jam sessions and much more. The festival hosts its fourth edition from 13-21 December in Marseille, France.
  • 16 Nov. → 25 Nov. '18Huddersfield, United Kingdom

    Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 2018

    hcmf// is the UK’s largest international festival of new and experimental music. The annual, international festival of contemporary and new music takes place over 10 days and consists of approximately 50 events, including concerts, music theatre, dance, multimedia, talks and film. hcmf// is a platform for numerous debut artists and presents an opportunity for international performers to be heard in the UK.
  • 24 Oct. → 3 Nov. '18Bologna, Italy

    Gender Bender 2018

    Gender Bender is an international festival presenting new imagery related to gender identities, sexual orientations and body representations. The festival takes place in Bologna, Italy from 24 October-3 November with over 100 events ranging from film showings to theatrical productions and dance performances, visual arts exhibitions, installation, roundtables and conferences, performances by musicians and DJs and clubbing events.
  • 24 Oct. → 28 Oct. '18Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain

    Womex 2018

    Together with open source network World Music Forum NL, Dutch Performing Arts is representing Dutch artists and music professionals at WOMEX.
  • 25 Sep. → 13 Oct. '18Marseille, France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France: Actoral 2018

    In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, the 18th edition of interdisciplinary festival Actoral will spotlight the work of 6 Dutch makers and companies in a special programme titled Temps fort Pays-Bas.
  • 19 Sep. → 25 Nov. '18Rome, Italy

    Romaeuropa 2018

    Italian arts festival Romaeuropa presents several performances of Dutch dance and children's music theatre.
  • 8 Sep. → 9 Sep. '18Cambridge, the United Kingdom

    In Your Way 2018

    In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, new outdoor arts weekend In Your Way will spotlight the work of two Dutch makers.
  • 11 Jun. → 17 Jun. '18Leeuwarden

    ISPA Congress Leeuwarden

    The 102nd edition of the ISPA congress will be in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands. Leeuwarden-Friesland 2018 will host the congress. Dutch Performing Arts and Performing Arts Fund NL are financially supporting this edition.
  • 29 May. → 2 Jun. '18Paris, France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France: Le Mouffetard

    Theatre Le Mouffetard, in collaboration with the Dutch embassy in France and Dutch Performing Arts, organises activities dedicated to Dutch object and puppet theatre.
  • 18 May. → 18 May. '18Brighton, United Kingdom

    Dutch Impact showcase at The Great Escape 2018

    Come and celebrate that the Netherlands is the lead international partner of this years The Great Escape Festival.
  • 14 May. → 18 May. '18Munich, Germany

    depARTures

    From 14 to 18 May, Joint Adventures / Walter Heun is presenting a selection of recent artistic works from the Netherlands that use choreographic practices and presentational forms which originate from other disciplines.
  • 29 Apr. → 29 Apr. '18World

    International Dance Day 2018

    At 29 April 2018, the birthday of Jean-Georges Noverre, the creator of modern ballet, we celebrate International Dance Day.
  • 15 Mar. → 15 Mar. '18Dutch New Wave House, Waller Ballroom, 700 E. 6th St. Austin, Texas

    Dutch Impact showcase at SXSW Music 2018

    The South by Southwest Music and Media Conference (SXSW) is a six-day event held every March in Austin, Texas.
  • 7 Mar. → 7 Mar. '18Gallus Theater, Frankfurt a. M.

    Dutch Night Starke Stücke

    Children’s and young people’s theatre from the Netherlands is not only represented at festival Starke Stücke with two productions. Dutch directors and playwrights have long been important sources of inspiration for the Frankfurt theatre scene.
  • 7 Mar. → 7 Mar. '18The Greyhound, 1 Kensington Square Kensington London, United Kingdom

    Dutch Impact showcase at ILMC 2018

    Dutch Music Export invites you to an evening of free booze, delicious food, networking opportunities, and showcases from the very best contemporary bands currently making waves in The Netherlands.
  • 24 Nov. → 25 Nov. '17Via Ostuni 8, Roma, Italy

    Romaeuropa: Chi è il vero italiano?

    Italian arts festival Romaeuropa presents Dutch theatre, children's theatre and dance.
  • 22 Nov. → 22 Nov. '1711 Hoxton Square, London

    Dutch Impact showcase First Fifty

    Dutch Music Export and The Great Escape invite you to the Dutch Impact Showcase at Wednesday 22 November at the London bar Zigfrid von Underbelly. Amsterdam-born musician Pitou will give a performance. During this networking event from 5.30-7.30pm there are free drinks and food available, with courtesy of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
  • 20 Nov. → 3 Dec. '17Istanbul

    Atta festival

    This years' Atta Festival will have a focus on Dutch performances and activities. The 2nd edition of this international arts festival for children and young people will take place in Istanbul between 20 November and 3 December 2017.
  • 11 Nov. → 12 Nov. '17MACRO Testaccio and La Pelanda, Piazza Orazio, Giustiniani 4, Rome, Italy

    Romaeuropa: iPet

    Italian arts festival Romaeuropa presents Dutch theatre, children's theatre and dance.
  • 2 Nov. → 2 Nov. '17MACRO Testaccio and La Pelanda, Piazza Orazio, Giustiniani 4, Rome, Italy

    Romaeuropa: I will wait for you

    Italian arts festival Romaeuropa presents Dutch theatre, children's theatre and dance.
  • 18 Oct. 4 Bis Cité Veron, Paris

    Dutch Impact showcase at MaMa 2017

    The Dutch Impact showcase will once again return to MaMA Festival & Convention in France to highlight new and emerging acts from The Netherlands. The acts will perform to a host of international media and key industry players.
  • 24 Sep. → 30 Sep. '17Zeche Zweckel Maschinenhalle, Gladbeck, Germany

    Ruhrtriënnale: Kleine Seelen

    For the third time director Ivo van Hove has selected a novel by the great Dutch author Louis Couperus as the material for a theatre production. Couperus wrote ‘The Book of Small Souls’ between 1901 and 1903, in the turbulent period of transition from the 19th to the 20th centuries.
  • 22 Sep. → 30 Sep. '17Halle 4, Jahrhunderthalle Bochum, Germany

    Ruhrtriënnale: Cosmopolis

    April in New York. Eric Packer, an unscrupulous 28-year-old billionaire is driving across town for a haircut in his stretch limo. All around the world exchange rates are shaky and the markets are tanking. The heart of the metropolis is on the verge of breaking point. The President is making an official visit, vast crowds of fans have turned out for the funeral of a Sufi rapper, violence erupts at anti-globalization demonstrations and artists mount guerrilla actions to gain publicity. Even Eric Packer’s life is running out of control.
  • 21 Sep. → 24 Sep. '17Gebläsehalle, Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord, Germany

    Ruhrtriënnale: Homo Instrumentalis

    From spear to smartphone: over the centuries, human beings have developed countless tools to master their world. But do we really rule our technology, or are we in its grasp?
  • 20 Sep. → 2 Dec. '17Rome, Italy

    Romaeuropa 2017

    Italian arts festival Romaeuropa presents Dutch theatre, children's theatre and dance.
  • 16 Sep. → 24 Sep. '17Charleville-Mézières, France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France: Festival Mondial des Théâtres de Marionnettes

    The Festival Mondial des Théâtres de Marionnettes is the world’s largest gathering of puppeteers and object theatre makers that takes place every other year in Charleville-Mézières, France. Dutch Performing Arts supports five Dutch theatre companies who will perform at the festival.
  • 18 Aug. → 30 Sep. '17Ruhr Area, Germany

    Ruhrtriënnale 2017

    Music, dance, theatre, performance and fine arts in the former industrial buildings of the Ruhr Area: that‘s the Ruhrtriennale. The Dutch programmes at the Ruhrtriennale are financially supported by Dutch Performing Arts.
  • 18 Aug. → 30 Sep. '17Vorplatz Jahrhunderthalle Bochum, Germany

    Ruhrtriënnale: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    In the summer of 2017 the Dutch artist Joep van Lieshout declares ‘The End of Everything’ with his large-scale installation in front of the Jahrhunderthalle Bochum. Van Lieshout’s new works for the Ruhrtriennale are a reflection on art and the world and a commentary on our human behaviour as consumers. All the works are based on the idea that things must be destroyed on a large scale in order to create space for a new creative beginning. At the heart of the installation stand a group of rough, industrial artworks, vast machines with titles like ‘The Roller’, ‘The Shredder’, ‘Conan the Barbar’ or ‘Bronco’. Milling and shredding, hammering and pressing are actions which can be equally representative of destruction as construction, signalling a break with tradition or a new beginning. Linked to this is the notion of recycling: of rubbish, of consumer goods, of art – even works by van Lieshout himself.
  • 27 Jul. → 5 Aug. '17Oostende, Belgium

    Dutch focus at Theater aan Zee 2017

    Theater aan Zee (TAZ) has a Dutch focus this year, supported by Dutch Performing Arts.
  • 15 Jul. → 21 Jul. '17Avignon, France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France: Toneelgroep Amsterdam at Festival d'Avignon

    Toneelgroep Amsterdam will perform 'The Maids' and 'Ibsen house' during Festival d'Avignon.
  • 4 Jul. → 5 Jul. '17Montpellier, France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France: Dutch National Ballet & Hans van Manen at Montpellier Danse

    The Dutch National Ballet will perform two programmes during the festival Montpellier Danse as an homage to choreographer Hans van Manen.
  • 22 Jun. → 30 Jun. '17Paris, France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France: Nederlands Dans Theater in Paris

    Nederlands Dans Theater 1 (NDT) will perform at the Théâtre National de Chaillot in Paris from 22-30 June 2017.
  • 18 May. → 20 May. '17Brighton, United Kingdom

    Dutch Impact showcase at The Great Escape 2017

    CUT_, Dakota, Kim Janssen, Klangstof and Pip Blom are playing at the Dutch Impact showcase at The Great Escape.
  • 12 May. → 17 Jun. '17France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France: Rencontres choréographiques internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis

    Choreographies by Keren Levi and Ann Van den Broek will be performed during Rencontres choréographiques internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis.
  • 2 May. → 24 May. '17Paris, France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France: Dutch focus at Chantiers d'Europe festival

    The Chantiers d'Europe festival at the Théâtre de la Ville in Paris has a Dutch focus this year.
  • 8 Mar. → 10 Mar. '17London, United Kingdom

    Dutch Impact showcase at ILMC 2017

    Navarone, DOOL, Paceshifters and Amber Arcades are playing at the Dutch Impact showcase at ILMC.
  • 8 Mar. → 25 Mar. '17Manchester, United Kingdom

    SICK! Festival 2017

    SICK! Festival 2017 is presenting several Dutch artists, in collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts.
  • 1 Mar. → 2 Mar. '17Valenciennes, France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France: Cabaret de curiosités

    In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, the festival Cabaret de curiosités has a 'Dutch touch' this edition.
  • 24 Jan. → 26 Jan. '17Hamburg, Berlin & Cologne, Germany

    Dutch Pop Nights

    Three Dutch bands are going to play at the first Dutch Pop Nights in Germany presented by key music magazine musikexpress: GOSTO, Jo Goes Hunting and Mozes and the Firstborn.
  • 22 Jan. → 22 Jan. '17Newcastle, United Kingdom

    Going Dutch: Jazz North East presents the best of today's Dutch jazz scene

    This weekend is the first result of an exciting collaboration between Dutch Performing Arts and the Jazz Promotion Network (JPN). In 2016, more than 25 festivals, venues and promotors from the JPN network were welcomed during 5 different jazz showcases and festivals in the Netherlands. In 2017 Dutch Performing Arts will support a touring project for (by JPN selected) Dutch musicians/groups in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.
  • 18 Jan. → 21 Jan. '17Madison (Wisconsin), USA

    IPAY 2017

    Theater Terra's show King Arthur is one of the Twilight Spotlights of the IPAY Showcase 2017.
  • 14 Jan. → 11 Feb. '17Berlin and Bochum, Germany

    Theatertext.nl: neue Stimmen aus den Niederlanden

    Five Dutch playwrights are going on a promotional tour to Berlin and Bochum (Germany).
  • 12 Dec. → 17 Dec. '16Marseille, France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France: Dutch focus at BNMFEST#2

    Ballet National de Marseille organises BNMFEST, the Ballet’s large annual meet-up in its studios. This time there's is a Dutch focus.
  • 1 Dec. → 1 Dec. '16Paris, France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France: Marionnette et objet aux Pays-Bas

    Theatre Le Mouffetard, in collaboration with The Dutch embassy in France and Dutch Performing Arts, organises a day dedicated to Dutch object and puppet theatre.
  • 30 Nov. → 4 Dec. '16Rennes, France

    Dutch Impact showcase at Les Rencontres Trans Musicales 2016

    The Mysterons, Pink Oculus and Weval are playing at the Dutch Impact showcase on 1 December at Les Rencontres Trans Musicales 2016.
  • 29 Nov. → 3 Dec. '16Paris, France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France: Ulrike Quade Company, Maniacs

    From 29 November - 3 December, Ulrike Quade Company performs Maniacs at Le Mouffetard in Paris in the context of Dutch Performing Arts en France.
  • 29 Nov. → 30 Sep. '17France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France

    Dutch Performing Arts | en France is a multi annual project that aims to increase the visibility and presence of Dutch theatre and dance in France. Dutch Performing Arts | en France est un projet visant à accroître la visibilité et la présence du théâtre et de la danse néerlandais en France.
  • 31 Oct. → 6 Nov. '16Rome, Italy

    RomaEuropa 2016

    Dutch Performing Arts is working together with Italian arts festival RomaEuropa to present Dutch work there.
  • 26 Oct. → 29 Oct. '16Bilbao, Spain

    Dutch Impact showcase at BIME 2016

    MY BABY and The Cosmic Carnival are playing at the Dutch Impact showcase at BIME 2016.
  • 19 Oct. → 23 Oct. '16Santiago de Compostela, Spain

    WOMEX 2016

    Together with World Music Forum NL, Dutch Performing Arts is presenting Dutch World @ WOMEX.
  • 12 Oct. → 14 Oct. '16Paris, France

    Dutch Impact showcase at MaMa 2016

    Amber Arcades and PAUW are playing at the Dutch Impact showcase at MaMa Festival. Dutch Impact is powered by Dutch Performing Arts and Buma Cultuur, often in collaboration with the Dutch embassy or consulate.
  • 21 Sep. → 24 Sep. '16Hamburg, Germany

    Dutch Impact showcase at Reeperbahn Festival 2016

    Rats on Rafts, Afterpartees, Klangstof, Bombay, Klyne, Black Oak and Sevdaliza are playing at the Dutch Impact showcase at the Reeperbahn Festival. Dutch Impact is powered by Dutch Performing Arts and Buma Cultuur, often in collaboration with the Dutch embassy or consulate.
  • 24 Aug. → 28 Aug. '16Cologne, Germany

    Dutch Impact showcase at c/o pop Festival 2016

    Bombay, PAUW and Rats on Rafts are playing at the Dutch Impact showcase at the c/o pop festival. Dutch Impact is powered by Dutch Performing Arts and Buma Cultuur, often in collaboration with the Dutch embassy or consulate.
  • 22 Aug. → 1 May. '17Belgium & The Netherlands

    Tour Circuit X 2016-2017

    In the season 2016-2017 the following performances are going on tour throughout Flanders and the Netherlands: Jan Hulst & Kasper Tarenskeen with Scheeps-horeca, Marijn Brussaard with Forever Young, Lisa Verbelen with ONE, Yinka Kuitenbrouwer with HonderdHuizen, Michiel Vandevelde with Antithesis and Louis Vanhaverbeke with Kokokito.
  • 12 Aug. → 24 Sep. '16Ruhr Area, Germany

    Ruhrtriënnale 2016

    Music, dance, theatre, performance and fine arts in the former industrial buildings of the Ruhr Area: that‘s the Ruhrtriennale. The Dutch programmes at the Ruhrtriennale are financially supported by Dutch Performing Arts.
  • 19 May. → 21 May. '16Brighton, United Kingdom

    Dutch Impact showcase at The Great Escape 2016

    Amber Arcades, Klyne, PAUW, Pink Oculus and Tim Vantol are playing at the Dutch Impact showcase at The Great Escape on May 20 from 12 pm till 4 pm at Komedia (44-47 Gardner Street, North Laine, Brighton, BN1 1UN).
  • 13 May. → 29 May. '16Norwich, United Kingdom

    Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2016

    For the next three years Dutch Performing Arts is working together with arts festival Norfolk & Norwich to present exciting Dutch work there.
  • 21 Apr. → 24 Apr. '16Bremen, Germany

    Jazzahead! 2016

    Together with inJazz/Buma Cultuur Dutch Performing Arts presents the Dutch Jazz scene at Jazzahead! in Bremen.
  • 15 Mar. → 20 Mar. '16Austin (Texas), USA

    ADE goes SXSW

    ADE is bringing some of the finest electronic music talent from The Netherlands to one of the busiest and largest showcase events in the world: SXSW.
  • 15 Mar. → 20 Mar. '16Austin (Texas), USA

    Dutch Impact showcase at SXSW Music 2016

    The South by Southwest Music and Media Conference (SXSW) is a six-day event held every March in Austin, celebrating 30 years in 2016.
  • 3 Mar. → 6 Mar. '16London, UK

    Dutch Impact showcase at ILMC 2016

    The International Live Music Conference (ILMC) is the leading annual gathering of professionals involved in the global touring, festival and live entertainment industries. ILMC 28 will take place in London from 3-6 March 2016.
  • 2 Mar. → 13 Mar. '16Mainz, Germany

    Moving Futures @ tanzmainz Festival UPDATE 2016

    Moving Futures is a traveling festival with works of emerging choreographers. At March 5th, during the tanzmainz Festival, Moving Futures will present the work of Marie Goeminne (Lostbox), Jasper van Luijk (Yonder) and Arno Schuitemaker (Together_till the end).
  • 27 Jan. → 30 Jan. '16Montréal, Canada

    IPAY 2016

    The annual Showcase of IPAY is the premiere event in North America, dedicated to promoting the best in international performing arts for young audiences.
  • 10 Dec. → 12 Dec. '15Ghent, Belgium

    Dutch Impact showcase at Glimps 2015

    Glimps is an international showcase festival in Ghent, Belgium. Turkish jazz, Slovakian indie, or French electro: more than 60 artists from all over Europe play at 11 venues.
  • 2 Dec. → 6 Dec. '15Rennes, France

    Dutch Impact showcase at Les Rencontres Trans Musicales

    Les Rencontres Trans Musicales is a music festival that takes place in Rennes, Brittany, France. Since the festival's beginning, it has been renowned for revealing the "next big thing" in music.
  • 28 Oct. → 31 Oct. '15Bilbao, Spain

    Dutch Impact showcase at BIME 2015

    BIME is an international music festival and conference. The Deaf and De Staat will be playing at the Dutch Impact showcase at BIME on 28 October at La Ribera.
  • 23 Sep. → 26 Sep. '15Hamburg, Germany

    Dutch Impact showcase at Reeperbahn Festival

    The Reeperbahn Festival combines concerts in a variety of pop-cultural genres with an arts programme and a platform for professionals in the music and digital industries. It is Germany’s largest club festival and since its debut in 2006 has grown to become one of the most important meeting places for the music industry worldwide.
  • 19 Aug. → 23 Aug. '15Cologne, Germany

    Dutch Impact showcase at c/o pop Festival

    From 19 to 23 August, it’s that time again: The c/o pop Festival brings international stars, acclaimed newcomers and still unknown insider tips onto the Cologne music stages.
  • 14 Aug. → 26 Sep. '15Ruhr Area, Germany

    Ruhrtriënnale 2015

    Music, dance, theatre, performance and fine arts in the former industrial buildings of the Ruhr Area: that‘s the Ruhrtriennale.
  • 20 May. → 23 May. '15De Doelen, Rotterdam

    Classical:NEXT | Dutch focus

    Dutch Performing Arts organises a visitors' programme at the music conference Classical:NEXT for presenters from all over the world.
  • 14 May. → 16 May. '15Brighton

    Dutch artists at The Great Escape

    The Great Escape (TGE) is a music festival that showcases emerging artists from all over the world taking place this year from May 14 - 16. Over 400 up and coming bands play in 35 Brighton venues.
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