‘Acelere’ circus show comes to Tel Aviv

The performances run August 2-5 at the Tel Aviv Opera House.

By JAMIE HALPER
July 3, 2017 21:20
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Circolombia, a Colombian circus company, comes to Tel Aviv. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Circolombia, a Colombian circus company, will swing in to Tel Aviv in August to perform its show “Acelere” on its first-ever visit to Israel. The show features music and dance based on the styles of Latin rhythms, hip hop, reggaeton and rap, all meant to represent the street culture of Colombia.

Performers in the show were trained at the Circo Para Todos national circus school, which has trained 100 vocational circus performers and more than 4,500 children in its community workshops.

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The show was choreographed by Carlos Neto, known for his work with Britain’s Got Talent and a number of other productions.

The performances run August 2-5 at the Tel Aviv Opera House.

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