New York, Jan 8 2014

Newsletter January 2014

Dear Dutch Culture Enthusiasts,

The performing arts industry takes center stage this month at APAPISPA and IPAY, the world's leading gatherings for the performing arts. In collaboration with the Flanders House NY, Dutch and Flemish performing artists will showcase their talent to highlight the industry in the US and on the international market. Never before have we seen so many Dutch and Flemish artists, managers, agents, and producers step into the spotlight with professionals from all over the world. It shows the resilience and determination of the Dutch performing arts, and gives us all the more reason to intensify our efforts on the international possibilities that exist for Dutch companies and professionals, now and in the future.

Jan Kennis
Cultural Attaché to the US

Netherlands Consulate General New York
Dutch Culture USA 

In the spotlight

Performing Arts 

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