2022-2023 joint attendance
Discover below the international performing arts conferences where you can meet the Québec en Scène delegation for the 2022/2023 season:
PAMS - PERFORMING ARTS MARKET IN SEOUL
September 26 to 29, 2022 (Seoul, South Korea)
PAMS is the most important event for contemporary performing arts in Korea and a platform for Asian and international performing arts professionals. It supports the creation, production and distribution of works throughout the world. With its quality showcases, showroom and variety of training and networking programs, it provides a framework for exchanges between performing arts professionals from Korea and beyond.
WOMEX - WORLD MUSIC EXPO
October 19 to 23, 2022 (Lisbon, Portugal)
WOMEX is an international networking platform for the world music industry. The annual five-day event features an exhibit hall, showcases, talks and film lineup. The event now brings together over 2,500 delegates and 1,500 companies from over 90 countries. The showroom welcomes more than 700 exhibiting companies from around fifty countries. More than 60 showcases are presented there.
YPAM - YOKOHAMA PERFORMING ARTS MEETING
December 2022 (Yokohama, Japan)
YPAM (formerly TPAM) is the oldest arts platform in Asia. For a week, national and international performing arts professionals come together to share information, learn from each other and build a network through a diverse program of performances, discussions and encounters.
APAP - ASSOCIATION OF PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTERS
January 13 to 17, 2023 (New York, United States)
APAP is the membership conference of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters. It takes place annually in New York and is the largest networking forum in the United States for professionals in the performing arts. Over 3,600 presenters, artists, managers and agents from all 50 US states and more than 30 countries converge for five days of professional development, business deals and performances. The showroom is an important networking area with 370 exhibitors. More than 1000 showcases are organized and thus create a mini-festival of the performing arts in New York.