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COVID-19 hasn’t stopped one of Israel’s national passions: folk dance

Those in the know say some 200,000 Israelis across the nation attend regular Israeli folk dance, including public and private sessions called harkadot, on beachfronts, sports facilities and more.

By MARCUS GILBAN/JTA
09/05/2020
A dance created for the blind and visually impaired dancers

Choreographer Shiri Teicher created a dance without sight

By ORI J. LENKINSKI
12/03/2020
Dance Review: A winning presentation for ‘2019’

The one decisive factor that will make 2019 memorable to the core, has to do with space design, rather than the bold and important dramaturgical content.

By ORA BRAFMAN
10/12/2019
Dance review: Hofesh Shechter- Grand Finale, TAPAC, November 27

Composed as a string of arbitrary fragments, the whole picture eventually made more sense, much like mosaic making technique.

By ORA BRAFMAN
01/12/2019
Take me higher

Choreographer Michele Rizzo presents ‘Higher’ at annual Diver Festival in Tel Aviv.

By ORI J. LENKINSKI
04/09/2019
Taking up ‘Residance’ in Jerusalem

“It is my first time here but Iratxe has been here before. She was performing in Suzanne Dellal and she was also here with Nacho Duato Company many years ago,” says Bacovich

By ORI J. LENKINSKI
08/08/2019
Four men come together to form Israel's newest beatboxing group

DJ Raphi Nathan says he's trying to connect the world through dance and music

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Twenty years of Ziv

Ziv began dancing at a young age and admits that becoming a choreographer saved her from her space cadet nature.

By ORI J. LENKINSKI
24/07/2019
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