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    This video shows a duet and solo from the piece called Evolution. These dances follow after an ensemble section that we showed in the previous video of the same ballet danced by the Koresh Dance Company posted on July 7, 2013. The choreography is by Ronen Koresh. Koresh is an Israeli born dancer, choreographer and teacher whose initial dance background was founded in Yemenite Folk Dance where he danced with the Tel Aviv Folk dance group. In his late teens [...]

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  • NTFI 2012 – Null

    NTFI 2012 – Null

    Captivating movement and elegant imagery stands out in this work called Null, choreographed by Noa Wertheim who is the co-founder and director of the Vertigo Dance Company, Isreal. It is performed in this video by the company. The music is composed by Ran Bagno, Audio Collage and Stefan Ferry and the striking set and costumes are designed by Rakefet Levi. Vertigo Dance Company was founded by two Israeli dancers, Noa Wertheim and Adi Sha’al. Wertheim is a graduate from the [...]

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  • Movimentos Festwochen 2013 // Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company

    Movimentos Festwochen 2013 // Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company

    Powerful and captivating is this work shown in these video clips called, “If At All”. It is danced by the renowned Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company from Israel and choreographed by Rami Be’er. The music is made up of selections from: Volcano Choine, Hildur Guonadottir, Nine Inch Nails, Massive Attack, Murcof, Olafur Arnalds, Marga Richter, Johnathan Johansson, Ludavico Einaudi, Ophir Leibovitch. The music design was created by Alex Claude and Rami Be’er. Rami Be’er is one of Israel’s leading choreographers. He [...]

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  • Lost Cause 2012 by Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar

    Lost Cause 2012 by Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar

    Hypnotic and futuristic is the dance in this video created by the renowned Israeli choreographer, Sharon Eyal and designer, Gai Behar. The work is called, “Lost Cause” choreographed for the Betsheva Dance Ensemble  in 2012. Sharon Eyal was a dancer with the Batsheva Dance Company for over ten years, and then became an associate director and resident choreographer till 2012. In 2013 Eyal left Betsheva and together with her long term collaborator, Gai Behar, formed their own company called L.E.V. Gai Behar [...]

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  • The Israel Ballet dances “Hikarizatto”

    The Israel Ballet dances “Hikarizatto”

    Enjoy this stunning visual feast of the Isreal Ballet dancing “Hikarizatto”, choreographed by Itzik Galili. The music is by Percossa. This is a contemporary ballet for 10 couples. This ballet is amazing visually. The lighting is designed like a giant checker board which lights up in different configurations as dancers move into different points in space. I really like how the lit squares light up against a pitch black space in unpredictable sequences, so this piece has a strong surprise [...]

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  • Batsheva Dance Company at BAM: MAX

    Batsheva Dance Company at BAM: MAX

    This Video shows two clips from a piece choreographed by Israeli choreographer, Ohad Naharin and danced by the Batsheva dance Company. We can see in these clips the influence of gaga technique in the movements of the dancers. The group piece has interesting images as the dancers work together to creating simple patterns. What is unique is the dancers are stationary moving only their heads, arms, and torsos in unison. An emotional response is created by the speed and exactness [...]

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    Here are 3 sections taken from a larger work called “Monger” by Barak Marshall. Marshall was a resident choreographer for the famous Israeli contemporary dance Company, Batshevea Dance Company, directed by Ohad Narin The original piece is much longer and these pieces only give a taste of the choreography. The movement language is an interesting mix of contemporary dance styles such a hip hop, jazz, and Middle Eastern movement, sound and even theatre, Also there is a big influence of [...]

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