The Batsheva Ensemble’s production of “Kamuyot” is a uniquely engaging work that lives up to its billing as “a piece for children aged 6 to 90.”
“Everyone wants to perform here,” says Yair Vardi, director of the Suzanne Dellal Center. Judging by the roster of world-renowned dance productions descending on Tel Aviv, Vardi’s boast is not an exaggeration.
I’m happy to announce that starting on September 8th, Gaga classes designed specifically for dancers will be opened to the public in Tel Aviv.
Created in 2003 by Ohad Naharin with the participation of Sharon Eyal and the company’s dancers, “Mamootot” trades the comfort zone of the proscenium for the four-sided square of the studio.
It takes something special for me to get up before the sun rises – something like the chance to accompany the Batsheva Ensemble on their trip to perform for students in Be’er Sheva.