Other Festivals and Events

Tel Aviv Dance

Tel Aviv Dance is a month-long international dance festival in collaboration with the Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center (TAPAC) and the Tel Aviv Opera that brings together the finest of Israeli contemporary dance companies with performances from top dance troupes from around the world.

 

Each year as part of Tel Aviv Dance, "The European Dance Stage" showcases dance companies from all over Europe. This program is kindly supported by the European Union.

 

Curtain Up

 

The Curtain Up Festival gives independent choreographers the opportunity to present fully produced performances with support in all aspects of production, including lighting and costume design, technical support, public relations, advertising campaigns, and income from ticket sales.

 

Each year, established local dance artists are appointed to identify new talent to participate in Curtain Up. These mentors guide them through the creation process, culminating in three weeks of performance throughout Israel, at the Suzanne Dellal Centre, and again the following summer as part of Summer Dance.

 

Curtain Up is supported by the Dance Department of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport and produced by the Israel Festival.

  

Summer Dance 

Summer Dance is the annual encore showcase of the best of Israeli contemporary dance that premiered or was presented throughout the year, giving audiences the opportunity to revisit their favorite works from the previous twelve months. The two-month festival, which concludes the season of performances at Suzanne Dellal, also welcomes renowned international companies and choreographers to the Centre.

  

Shades In Dance 

Shades in Dance is a bi-annual mentorship program that pairs young choreographers with a professional artistic director to create a fully produced premiere that serve’s as these artists’ debut into the Israeli dance scene. Many of today’s top Israeli choreographers began their professional careers as part of this project, including Barak Marshall, Inbal Pinto, Emanuel Gat, Liat Dror & Nir Ben-Gal, Vertigo Dance Company, and many more.

 

 

Madridanza Tel Aviv

  

A partnership with the Madrid dance community, Madridanza is a week-long festival showcasing the best of contemporary and Flamenco dance from Spain, highlighting how these traditional and contemporary art forms make up an intrinsic component of Spanish culture.

 

Madridanza Tel Aviv is presented with the support and collaboration of the Comunidad de Madrid.

 

 

Photodance 

  

Photodance is a unique bi-annual photography exhibition that documents the history of the Suzanne Dellal Centre from its establishment until today. Israel’s leading photographers and artists capture the unforgettable dancers, creators, and moments that have made their mark on the world of Israeli dance over the past two decades. The exhibition includes portraits of dancers in rehearsal and in performance, both elegantly staged as well as candidly caught.

 

The exhibition concludes with an auction conducted by Simon de Pury, Chairman of Phillips de Pury & Company, one of the world’s largest auction houses, who visits Israel especially for this event.

 

Photodance is a fun and nostalgic look to the past, and a rare opportunity to take a piece of Israeli dance home with you.

 

 

The European Dance Stage 

DanceEuropa (1999-2006) 

 

DancEuropa, the precursor of Tel Aviv Dance, was an initiative of the Suzanne Dellal Centre and the representatives of the European Union in Israel to expose Israeli audiences to the richness and diversity of contemporary European dance.

 

DancEuropa was a result of a cultural collaboration between Israel and Europe, serving as an important means to creating bridges, communication and cultural exchanges, a partnership which continues today.

 

The Delegation of the European Commission, together with the Embassies and Cultural Institutes of the Member States adopted DancEuropa as an EU project as part of ongoing efforts to strengthen cultural ties between Israel and the European Union.

 

This collaboration continues through the European Dance Stage as part of Tel Aviv Dance.

 

 

Dias De Flamenco

 

Annual festival hosted by Suzanne Dellal since 1995, organized by “ADI Foundation” (Keren Adi) last weekend of March.

 

3 days concentrating a variation of performances: the main is a high quality Spanish Flamenco ( Cristina Hoyos, Manolo Marin, Farruquito, La Choni, Dorantes, Grillo, Maria Pages and many more) from the purest to the contemporary.

Israeli florishing Flamenco:

Manana – opening stage for young companies and dancers; special productions and cooproductions with Israeli and Spanish artists; Kids Flamenco shows, and workshops:- master-class with soloists performing in the festival and lately, special workshop for very young (6-13)

The bi-annual competition is the heart of our activities, enhancing motivation and inspiration, developing many performing dancers and teachers in Israel. It is the only Flamenco competition in Israel, and it is in memory of Adi Agmon, as was her will.

 

Adi Foundation is supported by the Dance Department of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.

  

 

Collaborations

 

The Suzanne Dellal Centre believes that collaboration is the key to artistic growth.  The Centre has partnered with arts organizations, educational institutions, foreign consulates, local and international festivals, and government ministries since its inception to expand both the concept and reach of the Centre’s programming.  Additionally, the Centre collaborates regularly with dance schools from around Israel to expose students to the best contemporary dance and to broaden the professional education of dance students and communities in rural areas.

 

Past and Current collaborations include: 

 

The Israeli Opera - Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center

The Karmiel Dance Festival

Israel Festival

 

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