Sigal Armoza is an independent creator, choreographer, and dancer who was born and raised in Israel. In 2015, she founded The Sigal Armoza Dance Group which integrates an array of art disciplines into dance. She explores connections between dance, art, society, and education while weaving a common thread of gender equality throughout her works.
Sigal is a Member of Bar-Kayma association for culture, art, music, and peace. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Dance (B. Dance) and a Master’s degree in Choreography and Composition (M. Dance) from The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance with a scholarship for excellence. She also has a Master’s degree (MA) in Political Science from Bar Ilan University. She graduated with honors from Bar Ilan University, Department of Journalism and Communication Studies. She also studied Art at Bar Ilan University.
Sigal’s works were presented at The Jerusalem Dance Showcase, The Jerusalem International Dance Week, Tel Aviv Dance in Suzanne Dellal Center, The Jerusalem Arts Festival, The Bible Lands Museum, The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, and more.
Sigal Armoza’s works:
Biographic Capsule (2021)- Biographic research influenced by the Corona period. Collaboration with The Israeli opera violinist Genrih Gopin. The work was presented at The New Gallery – Artists’ Studios Teddy in Jerusalem, supported by the Jerusalem Municipality Dance Department, headed by Yael (independent dance creators) and the Ministry of Culture and Sports.
Intimate Culture (2021) and Tender (2020)- poetry and movement pieces, which were created in collaboration with the Israeli artist and poet Roni Somek. The works were presented at The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, Habait Theater in Tel Aviv, Avni Theatre in Ein Gedi, and more.
Reflective Dreams (2019)- dreams and a repressed chaos of two women. Collaboration with the dancer Aoi Kagaya from Japan, sound artist Tali Ben Yitzhak and Harpist Katrin Lasko. The work was presented at The Jerusalem Dance Showcase- the International Dance Week in Jerusalem, at Tel Aviv Dance in Suzanne Dellal Center, and more.
Reflections (2018)- Meditative dreams and gender identity. The work was presented at The Jerusalem Arts Festival in The Bible Lands Museum, collaborating with the Dance, Culture, and Arts Department- Jerusalem Municipality.
Stereotypical (2017)- Five women examine femininity outside conventional spaces. Collaboration with Amit Tzafrir – singer and Spoken Word poet. The work was presented at the International Dance Week in Jerusalem, and The Bible Lands Museum. Part of the piece won the first-place prize at the “Dance Pieces from Home” Festival.
Her Moza (2015)- The beauty ideal as a gender icon. Collaboration with cinematographer Román Poretski from Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School, who created a video-dance version for this work. The work was presented at The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.