Last Saturday, the tenth edition of SPRING Performing Arts Festival concluded with the exceptional dancers of Brazilian company Grupo de Rua led by choreographer Bruno Beltrão. With 20 different performances, SPRING 2022 once again paid attention to both international and Utrecht makers and the connection we have with technology today.
Grzegorz Reske, artistic director SPRING: "SPRING 2022 showed us again that live art is about more than just presenting ready-made productions. It is about meeting and exchange. There were inspiring encounters between artists, moving encounters with audience and enlightening cross-generational exchanges. SPRING proved to be a space where we could practice, discuss and redefine our social closeness by creating a community that wants to think more deeply and look beyond. SPRING was as much about celebration and joy as it was about learning and reflection. We hope to continue to provide that in the future."
Check out the aftermovie here!
Still to be seen in Utrecht
Two of the audience favourites of SPRING 2022 can still be seen in Utrecht after the festival. Dries Verhoeven's The NarcoSexuals, a glimpse into the bittersweet world of sexual drug use, can be seen until 6 June at the Wisselspoorterrein near the Ping Pong Club. And the blisteringly rousing Eros by Schweigman& and DOX can be seen until May 26 at Locomotiefstraat 8.
SPRING in Autumn 2022
In collaboration with Stadsschouwburg Utrecht, SPRING presents the sixth edition of SPRING in Autumn from 27 to 29 October. The program includes Moroccan choreographer Khalid Benghrib, Irish actor Barry McGovern and German performance collective She She Pop. The full program of SPRING in Autumn 2022 will be announced shortly.