Gvanim 2015 - Sofia Krantz/Photo: Ziv Shanny

Gvanim 2015 – Sofia Krantz/Photo: Ziv Shanny

Gvanim BeMahol (Shades of Dance), a showcase for emerging choreographers, will take place from October 13 – 17, 2015, with performances at Suzanne Dellal in Tel Aviv, Kfar Blum, and the Beer Sheva Fringe Theatre.

Artistic directors Sharon Fridman, Odelya Kupperberg and Shlomit Fundaminsky have focused on the research and expression of physical individuality, with the body as the powering engine and connection between the personal and the collective space.

Gvanim BeMahol 2015 choreographers:
Nadia Perlov and Tamir Etting; Ori Lenkinski and Michal Hersonski; Oz Mulay; Ravid Abarbanel; Maayan Horesh; Sivan Peled; Maayan Gur; Sofia Krantz; Roni Hadash; Roni Rotem and Michal Rotman.

The Program at Suzanne Dellal:

Friday October 16th
13:30 Gvanim Vav: Nadia Perlov & Tamir Etting in Studio A
14:00 Gvanim Alef: Sofia Krantz, Oz Mulay, Ravid Abarbanel in Suzanne Dellal Hall
14:30 Gvanim Gimel: Michal Hersonski and Ori Lenkinski in Yaron Yerushalmi Hall
15:00 Gvanim Daled: Sivan Peled – Suzanne Dellal courtyard – FREE
15:30 Gvanim Heh: Maayan Gur – Yaron Yerushalmi courtyard – FREE
15:30 Gvanim Gimel
16:00 Gvanim Daled
16:30 Gvanim Bet: Roni Rotem & Michal Rotman, Roni Hadash, Maayan Horesh in Yaron Yerushalmi Hall
17:00 Gvanim Heh
17:30 Gvanim Gimel
18:00 Gvanim Vav

Saturday October 17th
18:30 Gvanim Vav
19:00 Gvanim Alef
19:30 Gvanim Gimel
20:00 Gvanim Daled
20:30 Gvanim Heh
20:30 Gvanim Gimel
21:00 Gvanim Daled
21:30 Gvanim Bet
22:30 Gvanim Heh
22:30 Gvanim Gimel
23:00 Gvanim Vav

Ticket prices are: Gvanim Alef 50 NIS, Gvanim Bet 50 NIS, Gvanim Gimel 20 NIS, Gvanim Vav 20 NIS. A combined one day ticket for all performances may be purchased for 80 NIS, to order call: 03-5105656. Outdoor performances, Gvanim Daled and Heh, are free. Tickets may be ordered online, via the Suzanne Dellal website. Check the Suzanne Dellal website for any changes to the schedule.

Gvanim BeMahol, the Shades of Dance Festival, was initiated to encourage the creation of Israeli choreography. The first competition took place in the city of Ramleh in 1986 as a joint initiative of Omanut La’am and Israel Discount Bank cultural projects, and from there the festival moved to the Duhl Centre in Tel Aviv. With the establishment of the Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance in 1989, the festival found a permanent home.
Held once every two years, Gvanim has launched the careers of many prominent Israeli choreographers, including: Liat Dror and Nir Ben Gal, Tamar Borrer, Inbal Pinto, Barak Marshall, Yasmeen Godder, Emanuel Gat, Ronit Ziv, Shlomi Bitton, Anat Danieli, Renana Raz, Noa Wertheim and Adi Sha’al, Itzik Galili, Sally Ann Friedland, Yoram Karmi and Yossi Yungman. Gvanim began in the city of Ramleh in 1986 as a joint initiative of Omanut La’am under the direction of Yossi Frost, and Israel Discount Bank cultural projects under the direction of Yigal Sasson, and from there the festival moved to the Duhl Centre in Tel Aviv. With the establishment of the Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance in 1989, the festival found a permanent home. The festival’s past directors have been Elida Gera, Naomi Perlov, Hanoch Ben Dror, and Idit Herman.

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