Herzliya hosts Batsheva Dance Company

Some 6,000 primary school children will watch performances of Quantities (Kamuyot) in various school halls.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
September 25, 2008 08:15
Herzliya hosts Batsheva Dance Company

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In an Israeli first, the Herzliya Municipality and the city's new performing arts center will host the Batsheva Dance Company and ensemble for two months. During October and November, some 6,000 primary school children will watch performances of Quantities (Kamuyot) in various school halls; 2,500 middle school students will see Zachacha; and another 2,500 high school students get to see Dacca Dance, all works by Ohad Naharin. The project is designed to attract youth to dance.


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