The Biennale de danse du Val-de-Marne is a biannual dance festival organised by La Briqueterie - CDC du Val-de-Marne. Spreading over a month, it is organised in collaboration with over 20 partner theatres. In 2019, it will be 40 years old.
Liikkeellä Marraskuussa – “Moving in November” – is the oldest and most significant contemporary dance festival in the Helsinki area. The festival brings international artists and performances to Finland and instigates discourse with its edgy programming and openness to experimentation. Over the years, Liikkeellä Marraskuussa has introduced Finnish audiences to a large number of international artists and works. It has shaped Finland’s art scene and broadened the audience of contemporary dance.
The Hungarian Dance Festival could rightly be the biggest celebration in the Hungarian art of dance. In the course of this seven-day-long event the public will be presented Hungary's leading dance companies and ensembles from classical ballet, through folklore, to the modern-contemporary dance groups. The Festival is not simply a meeting point for the performers and audience , but also a very excellent opportunity for art directors, art managers and broadcasters from all over the world to discover Hungarian dance art as well as share their opinions.