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Coronavirus safety measures

We take the health and safety of our employees and visitors very seriously. To prevent further spread of the Coronavirus, all our workshops and performances have been postponed or cancelled until June 1st.

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Interview | Jasmine Morand

Interview | Jasmine Morand

“Of course we expected that we would constantly see ourselves, looking in the mirrors, but it turned out to be different. Instead of twelve naked individuals we turn into one image together, one breath, one sound.”

Good [old] Times | Dance for all ages!

Good [old] Times | Dance for all ages!

Together with the cultural anchors De Nieuwe Regentes, Theater Dakota and Sportcentrum Mariahoeve in The Hague, Holland Dance Festival has been organising the weekly Good [old] Times dance courses since 2014. Anyone over the age of 55 who prefers to dance rather than sit still is welcome. Dance experience is not necessary.

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‘It was nerve-wracking: did I dare to use such a monumental work?’ | Interview with Aterballetto

‘It was nerve-wracking: did I dare to use such a monumental work?’ | Interview with Aterballetto

Escaping Gravity | Interview with Jasmine Morand

Escaping Gravity | Interview with Jasmine Morand

Corona Virus

Corona Virus

Artistic Director Samuel Wuersten receives ‘Stadspenning Den Haag’ at the end of our festival

Artistic Director Samuel Wuersten receives ‘Stadspenning Den Haag’ at the end of our festival

‘I was struck by the hunger, enthusiasm and openness of the dancers’ – Johan Inger, Aterballetto

‘I was struck by the hunger, enthusiasm and openness of the dancers’ – Johan Inger, Aterballetto

Director Holland Dance Festival Samuel Wuersten in conversation with Ine Rietstrap.

Director Holland Dance Festival Samuel Wuersten in conversation with Ine Rietstrap.

Jiří Kylián Ring 2020

Jiří Kylián Ring 2020

”I work with dancers because I value their creativity.” A blog by Adam Benjamin.

”I work with dancers because I value their creativity.” A blog by Adam Benjamin.

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We cannot do our important work alone. We like to work hand-in-hand with our partners. Social means and cultural partners help shape and realize our projects. Are you in?