CCN Ballet De Lorraine to visit Israel

Ballet to visit Israel in early November at the Herzliya Performing Arts Center.

By ORI J. LENKINSKI
November 5, 2012 23:07
Ballet De Lorraine

Ballet De Lorraine 370. (photo credit: Bernard Prudhomme)

 
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At the beginning of November, the annual season of dance will officially begin at the Herzliya Performing Arts Center. Steadily emerging as a unique center of culture, the HPAC has brought several of the world’s most beloved dance troupes to Israel in recent years. Their 2012-13 season will begin with a three-part program from France’s Ballet De Lorraine.

CCN Ballet De Lorraine has been a prominent figure in European dance since their establishment in 1968, employing 25 versatile and technically flawless dancers.

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The company, currently under the artistic directorship of Petter Jacobsson, will perform an evening including works by Martha Graham, Merce Cunningham and Mathilde Monnier with Jean-Francois Duroure.

Performances will take place from November 7 through November 10. Tickets are available at www.hoh-herzliya.co.il

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