One evening. Six creators. Different worlds collide.
Creations by Talia Beck, Noa Eshkol (restaged by Mor Bashan), Noa Zuk and Ohad Fishof, Nava Frankel and Nadav Zelner.
World premiere performed by Batsheva – The Young Ensemble.
Lighting Design: Avi Yona Bueno (Bambi)
Costume Design: Anna Mirkin
In her first season as Artistic Director, and for the first time in Batsheva history, Gili Navot invites a rich array of creators to develop a one-time work with the Young Ensemble dancers. The various creations will blend into one evening, where each piece stands on its own, but influences the performance as a whole.
by Noa Zuk and Ohad Fishof
by Nadav Zelner
Music: Al Ajaleh – The Orchestra of Syrian Musicians
by Nadav Zelner
by Talia Beck
by Nava Frankel
Dancers: Londiwe Khoza, Ofir Yannai, Alma Karvat Shemeshand Béatrice Larrivée.
Talia Beck – An independent dancer and choreographer whose works include: Saudade (2009), Ma’atzama (2010), The Botany of Desire (2013), W (2016) Colonia (2018), Esters (2019).
Mor Bashan – a dancer and teacher in the Cameri Dance Troupe founded by Noa Eshkol, Bashan researches and teaches the Eshkol-Wachman movement notation in Israel and abroad.
Noa Zuk and Ohad Fishof – Noa Tsuk is a dancer and choreographer who danced for the Batsheva Dance Company for twelve years, and today creates works for companies and performs with her original pieces around the world. Ohad Fishof is a multidisciplinary artist, working in the fields of sound, dance, performance, and visual arts. Zuk and Fishof have been working together since 2008, and invited by dance companies, festivals and art institutions to create and exhibit their work around the world. In 2019, the Center for Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv dedicated a major exhibition to their collaborative work, which included a retrospective video of their work and the premiere of their new creation “Rakonto Kun”.
Nadav Zelner – is an independent dancer and choreographer. He works and creates for dance companies, musicals and TV commercials around the world, and his video clips and online works have gained hundreds of thousands of views.