After a short walking tour around Regensburg during which we saw the grave of St. Wolfgang and eat the world's best Bratwurst, we drove to Munich and enjoyed a bus tour around town to see the BMW factory, palace Nymphenburg, the olympic park, where the 1972 olympic games took place and the Feldherrenhalle, the square where a riot happened, which marked the beginning of Third Reich. Munich is also home of Joint adventures which is an anual dance festival that is sponsered by the State of Bavaria and serves as a platform for the European contemporary dance comunity.
The Tutterow dancers took a contemporary technique workshop with star choreographer Kenneth Flak from Norway. This was a very unique experience fro the dancers and they learned a new style of dance they had never been in touch with before.
The parents were waiting in the meantime in a typical beergarden nearby.
In the evening we all watched a performance of the festival called "Etudes for an Astronaut" by Lance Gries ( USA ). The performance added to the motto of our tour which is " Broaden your horizon"!