Kibbutz Dance Company gallops Down Under

During their stay, the KDC will also be holding master classes for local dancers as well as a special workshop entitled “Dancing for Parkinson’s.”

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August 30, 2016 19:57
HOT TO trot: Kibbutz Dance Company’s ‘Horses in the Sky.’

HOT TO trot: Kibbutz Dance Company’s ‘Horses in the Sky.’. (photo credit: EYAL HIRSCH)

 
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The Kibbutz Dance Company has returned to Australia after 23 years to perform its latest work, Horses in the Sky, until September 3 at the Sydney Opera House.

Veteran KDC artistic director and choreographer Rami Be’er describes the piece as “bringing together dreams and a sense of impending apocalypse.” It is set to a soundtrack including Björk and Elvis Presley.

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During their stay, the KDC will also be holding master classes for local dancers as well as a special workshop entitled “Dancing for Parkinson’s.”

This internationally acclaimed dance class invites participants to attend a class and work on their coordination, balance and stamina – physical abilities often affected by the disease.

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