Rina Schenfeld: Israel’s Queen of Dance

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May 16, 2018 10:53
Rina Schenfeld dancing in a 2018 production

Rina Schenfeld dancing in a 2018 production. (photo credit: RONI DADON)

 
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MOST WORLD-FAMOUS people are difficult to locate and almost impossible to interview, unless the boot is on the other foot and they need the publicity.

Not so Rina Schenfeld, Israel’s prize-winning “Queen of Dance,” who has been hailed by dance critics around the world for her unique choreography, her sensitivity, her sense of drama, her technical ability, her lightness of movement, her creativity and all the other superlatives that can apply to a contemporary dancer with a classical background. She’s a prima ballerina but not a prima donna.

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