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Guide to the Holland Festival

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Holland Festival
Holland Festival

May 31st - June 23rd, 2019

The Holland Festival takes place yearly during the month of June, in the main and smaller venues of Amsterdam. Since 1947 the Holland Festival is the leading international performing arts festival in the Netherlands. The festival offers a broad scope of international performing arts with a mix of performances and concerts from all corners of the world. The festival features established names as well as new talent, showing innovation in art and exploring new types of venue and forms of theatre. The Holland Festival's tradition of innovation is further expanded by opening the festival up, for instance by staging performances, concerts and events in public spaces.

For full information, visit the Holland Festival website.


Preview

Expecting the unexpected at the 2019 Holland Festival

The Six Brandenburg Concertos © Anne van Aerschot
From Ghanaian proverbs to the Persian origins of Turandot via a string quartet in helicopters, the Holland Festival really challenges audience expectations.
Looking back at previous festivals
2018

Technology and spirituality at Holland Festival

Trojan Women © National Theatre of Korea
Esoterica from Armenia, video game operas, algorithmic audiovisuals and more: Holland Festival doesn’t let you settle into one genre.  
2017

From Crumb to Kaufmann: Holland Festival 2017 revealed

Margaret Leng Tan © Yvonne Tan
The Holland Festival has always celebrated and promoted new work and takes its 70th anniversary to both look forward, with plenty of world premières, but also to reflect on its past. 
2016

Cutting edge: Holland Festival explores a wider Europe

Kronos Quartet: Fifty for the Future © Jay Blakeberg
This year’s Holland Festival is titled Edges of Europe, delving into the continent’s history back into Ancient Greek myth, but also the way it is changing in the 21st century.
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Arqués fiery Ignite captures the attention at Dutch National Ballet

Kleines Requiem: Martin ten Kortenaar and Sasha Mukhamedov © Hans Gerritsen
Anna Tsygankova is clearly enjoying her part in Forsythe's Pas/Parts 2018, an exposé of the vocabulary of modern ballet.

Mitra: ein beklemmender Krimi von Jorge Léon beim Holland Festival

Mitra © Bernard Coutant
Die Video-Oper Mitra von Eva Reiter und George van Dam ist ein gewagtes Experiment, das nicht nur intensiv bedrückt, sondern auch den Alltag der Institution Psychiatrie unnötig verzerrt.

Pelléas et Mélisande: austerely beautiful but flawed

Paul Appleby (Pelléas) and Elena Tsallagova (Mélisande) © BAUS
The credits for this new production directed by Olivier Py raised high expectations that were only partially met on opening night.