World premiere by Ohad Naharin
World premiere of Ohad Naharin's new creation, performed by Batsheva Dance Company dancers.
The Hole by Ohad Naharin
The Hole, Ohad Naharin's latest creation for Batsheva was created for the spacious Varda Studio in collaboration with scenery and stage designer Zohar Shoef. Additional collaborators are lighting designer Bambi (Avi Yona Bueno), and costume designer Ariel Cohen. The soundtrack is edited and designed by Maxim Waratt.
Decadance by Ohad Naharin
“Naharin's choreography is so rich and was danced by his company with such raw energy that one left knowing they had witnessed something spectacular”.
(Charelston Post and Courier Reviewer, May 27, 2007)
'Decadance' brings together memorable and favorite segments of Ohad Naharin's creations from the last 20 years, is constantly updated and offers a fresh look at choreographic materials performed by Batsheva.
Decal'e by Ohad Naharin
"Breathtaking event" (HaBama)
A wonderful opportunity to encounter the many different faces of Naharin and Batsheva in a performance suited for the whole family. Decal'e is based on Deca Dance, composed of memorable and loved excerpts from works by Ohad Naharin.
Sadeh21 by Ohad Naharin in collaboration with Batsheva dancers
"Liberation of feelings… electrifying bodies… tuned like a fairytale orchestra, remarkable precision - and it's as beautiful as a dream" (Ynet, May 27, 2011).
Since its premiere at the Israel Festival, Jerusalem in 2011, 'Sadeh21' has been toured extensively around the world and been praised by both audiences and critics alike. The piece, created in collaboration with Batsheva dancers returns this season and will be presented in Tel Aviv
MAX by Ohad Naharin
Ohad Naharin's chamber creation continues exploring and researching the origin and essence of movement.
Kamuyot by Ohad Naharin
"Both moving and memorable"
(New York Times, March 5, 2008)
Ohad Naharin's 'Kamuyot' is immediate and toys interactively with the conventional relationship between audience and performers. It is intense, funny, poignant, inventive and powerful; unhindered by the barrier of words, it inspires dialogue and expression in the first universal language - movement and dance.
Naharin’s Virus - Revisited
"… no one can be immune to the emotional charge of the choreography… [the] calligraphy of the body is stunning…" (New York Times)
"What a splendid Virus… as powerful as the eye of the storm… the best show in town." (Ora Brafman, Jerusalem Post)
Naharin's 2001 celebrated creation makes use of Peter Handke's play, "Offending the Audience". Handke, the Austrian writer and playwright, is one of the most esteemed German writers of the second half of the 20th century. For Naharin, the play rejects all that is conventional in theater, and takes a saw to the branch it sits on. In the process a kind of void is created, an interesting field to move in.