Dancing back home

January 23, 2014 11:20

Founded on kibbutz ideals, a dance company carries with it the history of the Holocaust


THE KIBBUTZ Contemporary Dance Company performs in Budapest paying tribute to their founder, Holocaust survivor Yehudit Arnon, who died in August 2013.. (photo credit: YONI AVITAL)

The Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company’s recent trip to Budapest was an emotive experience for one and all, and for all kinds of reasons.

The 16 dancers went to the Hungarian capital to put on two performances of Aide Memoire, which was created by the company’s 56-yearold artistic director Rami Be’er.


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