ILT is short for International Living Theatre. Every other year Aarhus hosts a festival of international stage art, presenting a broad selection of the finest theatre, dance and performance from the contemporary international stage.
Over the course of it's 40 years history the Dresden Music Festival has established itself as distinctive cultural institution in Dresden and attracts an audience far beyond Germany’s borders between May and June to this city on the River Elbe.
Festival of European Church Music Schwäbisch Gmünd Located near Stuttgart, the city of Schwaebisch Gmuend – once a Roman castle – had a European start to its history. The town first found mention in a Charlemagne document in the year 784.
The Fondazione Ravenna Manifestazioni was created with the initial aim of organizing its main event, the Ravenna Festival, now in its 25th edition. The festival has always crossed the paths of different styles, languages and nationalities dedicated to the music and culture of the whole world.
The Cottier Chamber Project began in 2011 and is a 3-week festival of chamber music and dance that takes place in Glasgow’s West End in June. The festival concentrates mainly on Scottish based artists, with a number of international guests invited to take part each year.
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.
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.