Gan Levinsky Library hosts ballet

Free dance event this Saturday with performers from around the world.

June 3, 2010 03:14
Elfman's ballet

Elfman's ballet 58. (photo credit: courtesy)


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This Saturday (June 5) at 7 p.m., the Gan Levinsky Library for the Foreign Community will host a free dance event that includes performances by Ecuadorian, Chinese, Sudanese, Ethiopian, Indian, Philippino and Israeli artists.

Works include a tragic mime piece from Ecuador about a mother waiting in vain for the return of her son, a Hindi stick and a Phillipine candle dance, the ancient Kambala tribal dance from Sudan’s Nuba Mountains, Ethiopian masinko artist performing on this traditional instrument and a collaborative dance piece by Israeli, Hindi and Sudanese artists.

A salute to Israel’s foreign workers, the show is sponsored by the library, the Mesila Center at the TA municipality and Artis, a multidisciplinary group.

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Levinsky Gardens is in the area of Tel Aviv’s old Egged bus terminal.

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