The Holland Festival, which began in 1947, is the leading international performing arts festival in the Netherlands, annually presenting exceptional work: a mix of world class performances and experimentation, established names alongside new makers.
Festival Rádio Faneca invites the community of Ílhavo to take part in a programme of performance and visual arts and music, where people explore histories, experiences and the urban structure of this seaside town in Northern Portugal, with family, friends or even alone.
The Association of ”The Theatre of Black and White” in Imatra has been organizing The International Black and White Theatre Festival since year 2004. Right since that time Black and White Theatre Festival has become well-known event for many people of the world.
Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow is the largest in the world presentation of contemporary Jewish Culture from Diaspora and Israel. It brings together Jews and non-Jews from all around the globe to celebrate diversity of Jewish culture and to learn respect and mutual understanding.
AlbaNova is a festival for musical connoisseurs, curious ears and cultural adventure-seekers of all ages. In a historical decor that sparks the imagination, visitors will find a varied range of classical concerts, provocative creations, workshops and installations.
Imola in Musica has taken place in the old town centre since 1996. In early June, music transforms Imola into one big stage, filling squares and streets, churches and museums, courtyards and palaces, gardens and theatres.
Sardinia, placed at the heart of the Mediterranean area, gives residency to an international literary festival which has established itself as one of the most prominent in the region, L’Isola delle Storie.