Jaffa dance school offers free lessons

"Hakvtuza Be'Yaffo," a dance ensemble and dance school for adults, has begun a project called Free Monday.

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June 5, 2008 08:09

 
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"Hakvtuza Be'Yaffo," a dance ensemble and dance school for adults, has begun a project called Free Monday. Every Monday at 8 p.m., the group will offer a contemporary dance class for anyone who wants to participate. The classes will be led by Noa Rosenthal (of Batsheva, Inbal Pinto, Noa Dor and others), who integrates different schools of dance into her teachings and focuses on technical aspects and students' physical abilities. The classes will be held in the school, on Rehov Kedem 109. To sign up: (03) 659-5961.

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