Shades of Dance 2011 Video Preview

Posted on 04 September 2011 by Deborah Friedes Galili

Lilach Livne’s Monday Larissa.  Photo by Lilach Livne.

 After months of work, sixteen up-and-coming choreographers are ready to unveil their creations in the 2011 Shades of Dance competition at the Suzanne Dellal Centre in Tel Aviv.  Whether you’re wondering which programs to attend or live afar and wish you could see the latest work coming out of Israel, here’s a video preview that will give you a glimpse of this year’s lineup.

Tickets for Shades of Dance performances are available at 03-5105656 or online at the Suzanne Dellal Centre’s website.

Program Alef

September 7 at 20:00
September 9 at 20:00


Video: Gil C. Harush’s TAKANA


Video: Smadar Goshen’s Urbania


Video: Sharon Vaisvaser’s 42 Inch

Program Bet

September 8 at 20:00
September 10 at 22:30


Video: Idan Yoav’s Almost Human


Video: Lee Meir’s Translation in the Body of the Text


Video: Yuval Goldstein’s Expensive Shit

Program Bet also includes Ran Ben Dror’s Agasi Pallas.

Program Gimel

September 7 at 17:30
September 8 at 22:30
September 9 at 12:00


Video: Meytal Blanaru’s Aurora


Video: Moran Yitzhaki Abergel’s Over Me


Video: Lilach Livne’s Monday Larissa

Program Daled

September 7 at 22:30
September 8 at 17:30
September 9 at 14:30


Video: Yoni Soutchy’s Ben


Video: Merav Cohen’s And When the Beast Returned


Video: Amit Zamir’s Buba (Doll)

Program Hey

September 9 at 22:30
September 10 at 17:30 and 20:00


Video: Liron Ozeri’s Caravan

Video: Ido Batash’s Bread and Circuses Blood


Video: Artour Astman’s Foosho

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