Pollak and Pinto are back

The Suzanne Dellal Center will host the Inbal Pinto Dance Company and Avshalom Pollak with their Rushes and Saudade.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 25, 2009 10:28

 
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The Suzanne Dellal Center will host the Inbal Pinto Dance Company and Avshalom Pollak with their Rushes and Saudade from March 11 to 13. Pinto and Pollak created Rushes for Pilobolus, the first time that company commissioned choreography from an outside body, and it was performed when Pilobolus came last year. Saudade is the second piece by dancer Talia Beck, who has danced with the Pinto-Pollak company since 2002.

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