Four Basque companies at the IKF performing arts fair of Freiburg

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2017-01-19

Four Basque companies will participate in the Internationale Kulturböse Freiburg(IKF) performing arts fair, to be held in the German city of Freiburg from January 22 to 25. It is one of the main fairs at European level, where more than 350 exhibitors and 4,000 professionals (producers, programmers, festival organizers, cultural entities...) of the fields of street theater, dance, theater and music are gathered annually.

Four Basque companies will participate in the Internationale Kulturböse Freiburg(IKF) performing arts fair, to be held in the German city of Freiburg from January 22 to 25. It is one of the main fairs at European level, where more than 350 exhibitors and 4,000 professionals (producers, programmers, festival organizers, cultural entities...) of the fields of street theater, dance, theater and music are gathered annually.

This year, under the leadership of the Basque Etxepare Institute and in close coordination with the sector, four Basque companies will participate in the fair under the brand Basque Arts: Agerre TeatroaDikothomia CiaKulunka  Teatro and Cielo Raso.

In the Basque Arts stand, in addition to offering information and contacts of the four participating companies, there will be available the catalogues of Artekale (Association of Street Arts of the Basque Country), Basque Streets Arts of ADDE (Association of Dance Professionals of the Basque Country) and the Basque Music catalog of folk music. Also, the stand will hold meetings to present works and projects to programmers and international experts.

For Basque companies, the fair not only provides a space to show their productions, explore co-production options and establish international contacts, but also offers the opportunity to see international productions, discover the latest trends and collect ideas.

The Etxepare Basque Institute will hold meetings with international agents and entities (UK, Germany, Switzerland, Catalonia ...) to open spaces for Basque creators.

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