SÂLMON< FESTIVAL. European artists NOW
From 27 November to 7 December
Lots of talent waiting to be discovered
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SÂLMON 5+ OFFER
Tickets at 6€ for purchase a minimum of 5 SÂLMON< Festival shows. Nominal pack (1 ticket per person).
To enjoy the pack SÂLMON discounts now you must select a minimum of 5 shows of the festival and will be applied automatically the price of € 6 per show.
This festival provides an opportunity to see the latest works by some of the artists-in-residence at the Graner art factory. Now in its third year the SÂLMON< festival has consolidated itself as a showcase for local creators with a different approach to the language of movement. The festival includes new works by Manuel Rodríguez, Aimar Pérez Galí and Albert Quesada.
This year sees the close of a stage linked to the international programming at modul-dance, a four-year European project that has facilitated the mobility of 52 artists from 20 European dance houses of 16 diferent countrys. During this time the Graner has been the host to over a dozen international artists associated with the European project. This year Jefta Dinther, Tania Carvalho and Mala Kline will be presented, as well as two Catalan companies chosen from the module-dance project: Los Corderos and La Veronal.
In parallel, SÂLMON< will host the closing conference of the European project during three days. This meeting will bring together international artists and the directors of the principal European dance houses in Barcelona in order to explore different work methodologies and approaches to dance and contemporary creation. SÂLMON< promotes talent and supports artists looking for a personal language. The ten-day programme provides an overview of contemporary local productions related to the language of movement, which use very different starting points, aesthetics and forms of expression.
SÂLMON< is an occasion for exchange, action and reflection, taking movement as a reference point: ten days to establish a dialogue between artists, professionals and the public, with a programme that combines entertainment, laboratories, talks, workshops and improvised activities.