Posts Tagged ‘Deborah Friedes Galili’

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Carlo’s Choreography Comes to a Close

May 18, 2012

A Few Notes from the Choreographer

Photos in this post are courtesy of Kyle Georgina Marsh.

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Yasmeen Godder’s Storm End Come

April 29, 2012

As you may know, I am enrolled in a unique-to-Dance Jerusalem lecture course called Dance in Israel. As you may or may not know, I adore it. Though all lessons are filled with great information, video, photo, and opportunity for discussion, the most effective (and my favorite) progression of these dance history (or current events?) lessons ends with a trip to see a live performance. Just last night Dance Jerusalem hit the Suzanne Dellal Center once more for another amazing demonstration of Israeli dance. This time, we visited Tel Aviv to see Yasmeen Godder’s Storm End Come.

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Photo courtesy of Gadi Dagon

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Batsheva in Dance Magazine

February 3, 2012

You must read this article, “Inside Batsheva,” featured in this month’s issue of Dance Magazine. It interviews members of the Batsheva Dance Company and Artistic Director Ohad Naharin himself.

 

Photo courtesy of Gadi Dagon for Dance Magazine

 

The article is written by Deborah Friedes Galili, the founder of danceinisrael.com, the author of Contemporary Dance in Israel, and creator and lector of the Dance Jerusalem course called Dance in Israel.