28 Jul 2020 - 07 Aug 2020
Munich, Germany
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Unbelievable, but WE CAN DO IT!

For 29 years, TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA has been bringing together dancers, choreographers and dance enthusiasts from all over the world in Munich every summer for 10 days to train in various workshops and intensive courses, to try out their own choreographic material, exchange ideas and see current works by important international artists.

This year the Corona Pandemic changed our world from one day to the next! The worldwide lockdown has led to drastic restrictions in the performing arts, especially in dance – theatres had to close, trainings were forbidden, travelling no longer possible. Thanks to the deconfinement in many areas, we are happy to be able to realize TANZWERKSTATT EUROPA from July 28 to August 7 in Munich in a safe and responsible way for and with you.

The workshop program will go online on June 25, 2020 and the registration will open. Advance booking for the individual performances starts in July.

Please follow the latest announcements regarding further program updates on our website!

Preview Programm

Workshops, Intensives & Bodywork

Iñaki Azpillaga (BE)

Esther Balfe (AT)

Jess Curtis (US)

Veronica Fischer (DE)

Stephan Herwig (DE)

Mette Ingvartsen (DK/BE)

Vangelis Legakis (HK)

Jan Martens (BE)

Charlie Morrissey (UK)

Bosmat Nossan (IL)

Virginie Roy (FR/AT)

Frédéric Tavernini (FR)

Chiang-Mei Wang (TW/DE)

Jakub Zeman & Eliska Benesova (CZ)


Contemporary Dance & Repertory Classes

Iñaki Azpillaga „Ultima Vez Repertory“ & „Ultima Vez Basics & Vocabulary“

Esther Balfe „Ballet for all dancers”

Stephan Herwig „Contemporary Dance for Beginners“

Bosmat Nossan „Gaga/Dancers“

Virginie Roy „Anchoring in Presence“

Frédéric Tavernini „Re-appropriate your body“

Chiang-Mei Wang „Floating Body“


Jess Curtis „Audio Description Training“

Jan Martens „5 Days 5 Works“

Mette Ingvartsen „The Dancing Marathon“

Charlie Morrissey „New Proximities and Imagined Others“

Jakub Zeman & Eliska Benesova „Inspired by Fighting Monkey“


Esther Balfe “Contemporary Warm-Up Series & Asana Practice”Veronica Fischer „Feldenkrais Intensive“ & „beWEGen“

Vangelis Legakis „Gliding Space“

Chiang-Mei Wang „Tai-Chi Dao-Yin“


Cindy van Acker „Shadowpieces“

Jefta van Dinther „Plateau Effect“

Yoann Bourgeois „Fugue Trampoline“

Stephan Herwig „Rhythm & Silence“

Mette Ingvartsen „21 pornographies“

Noé Soulier „Portrait of Frédéric Tavernini“

Marc Vanrunxt, Jan Martens „lostmovements“

Who’s next? Open Stage

Practical info

Pricerange per day



City center

Average attendence per day

Under 500 attendees

Art disciplines

Contemporary Dance , Theater

Support for disabled people