Israeli dancers on the move

The Batsheva Dance Company will visit 14 cities, some of them for the first time, such as San Diego, California and Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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January 28, 2009 12:15

 
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The Batsheva Dance Company left last Wednesday for an extended tour of the US and Canada that will end with four performances of Ohad Naharin's Max from March 4-7 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Additionally, the company will present Naharin's Shalosh (Three) and Deca-Dance. The company will visit 14 cities, some of them for the first time, such as San Diego, California and Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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