By Aimee Lawrence
Innovative dance and contemporary performing arts festival, Sâlmon Festival, returns to Barcelona for it’s seventh edition. Kicking off at the end of January, it runs into the first two weekends of February at locations throughout the city. The performances this year have had focus on experimentation, research and the essential processes involved in choreography.
The program also includes educational sessions, radio shows, workshops and conferences, among more. The artists themselves are those from Barcelona’s dance scene, with Javier Guerrero, Verónica Navas Ramírez and Paz Rojo being some of the most prominent forces, while international guests include the UK’s Guy Sherwin and Dutch-Swedish choreographer Jefta Van Dinther.