(Photo: Barak Marshall’s Monger has been invited to tour abroad. Photo by Gadi Dagon.)
Ynet, the website for the Israeli newspaper Yediot Ahronot, announced this week that International Exposure has already yielded invitations for several Israeli choreographers to travel abroad. I’ve gleaned the following information from Ynet’s Hebrew article.
Barak Marshall’s production, Monger, proved to be a big hit among the visitors to International Exposure. It will tour to Spain, Switzerland, Croatia, and Romania this spring. The dance will later be shown at the Joyce Theater in New York and at the 2010 Dance Umbrella Festival in London.
Inbal Pinto and Avshalom Pollak’s Hydra also attracted the attention of several International Exposure attendees. The Inbal Pinto Dance Company will tour this work to England (Dance Umbrella Festival), the United States (American Dance Festival), and Canada (Montreal’s dance festival).
Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company, which already is scheduled to tour part of Europe this spring, has been invited to the Sibiu International Festival this May in Romania. The company will also present its production of Peter and the Wolf at a children’s festival in Seoul, Korea, and they will create a new project in conjunction with the International Dance Festival Bytom in Poland.
Several independent choreographers also received offers to perform abroad. See below for videos and details:
Video: Nadine Bommer’s Manimation was a crowd-pleaser at International Exposure. Bommer’s company will join the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company at Romania’s Sibiu International Festival.
Video: Sahar Azimi’s Come Feel. Sahar Azimi has been invited to a festival in San Vincenti, Croatia; he will also create a new work for the Zagreb Dance Company.
Video: Idan Cohen’s A Year in a Fish Life was presented at International Exposure. Cohen will choreograph on the Silesian Dance Theatre in Poland.
Video: Adamdam by Arkadi Zaides. Portugal’s Duplacena Festival will showcase two of Arkadi Zaides’s works.
Video: Ov, by Renana Raz and Ofer Amram. This work will be performed at the Duplacena Festival in Portugal.
Related Articles on Dance In Israel
- Dance In Israel’s International Exposure coverage – full series
- “Tel Aviv Dance 2008” (re: Barak Marshall)
- “Inbal Pinto and Avshalom Pollak: An Interview on Imagination” (Podcast)
- “The Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company: Travel Journal”
*Podcast with Sahar Azimi, Renana Raz, and Barak Marshall coming soon
Links to Choreographers and Companies
- Sahar Azimi
- Nadine Bommer
- Idan Cohen
- Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company (Rami Be’er)
- Inbal Pinto Dance Company
- Renana Raz
- Arkadi Zaides