Event DetailsTuesday, October 19, 2021
9:00PM – 10:30PM
Suzanne Dellal CenterYechieli 5
Tel Aviv, Israel
An evening of repertoire works by two Israeli composers: Adi Salant will present ON and Eyal Dadon will present KAPOW.
The evening presents two unique but very different perspectives on human nature and its strengths abilities directly address our uniqueness as people and artists in difficult times. Movement, sound, body, humor, pain, and beauty are the prominent elements of this evening
Adi Salant’s ON is her first work for an Israeli dance troupe, after creating works for theaters and various troupes around the world. Adi, who served for about five years as the co-artistic director of the Batsheva dance company, created ON from a very personal place in the shadow of severe tragedy and loss, inspired by the gap between the edges: excitement, live feeling, creativity, pleasure, along with fragility, finality, pain and sadness.
Choreography: Adi Salant, Editing and Sound Design: Idan Kupferberg, Costume Design: Matan Anhisi, Lighting Design: Yoav Barel, Dancers: Fresco Dance Company
Kapow The work of Eyal Dadon, who is considered one of the most intriguing and respected artists in the dance scene in Israel and around the world. “Kapow” explores our strengths and weaknesses as human beings while building the path to personal empowerment with the help of the “superpowers” we have.
Choreography and musical editing: Eyal Dadon, costumes: The Laundry Basket, lighting design: Yoav Barel, dancers: Fresco Dance Company.