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Creatures of Dance: A Podcast on contemporary Dance in Israel
Episode 33


Iris Lana and Yael (yali) Nativ

International Exposure
DANCE in Israel 2022

Live at Suzanne Dellal Centre  

International Exposure, DANCE in Israel 2022 Live at Suzanne Dellal CentreEpisode 33
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Naomi Perlov Artistic Director Suzanne Dellal Centre

Shimrit Golan-Cohen Director of Programs and Production, Suzanne Dellal Centre

Samuel Wursten Artistic & Executive Director of Holland Dance Festival

Katrin Hall Artistic Director of the Göteborgs Danskompani, Sweden 

Roberto Casarotto Co-director Aerowaves

Anat Gilead Director of Arts Department, Cultural Diplomacy Bureau; Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Dina Aldor Director of the Batsheva Dance Company

Adi Sha'al CEO of Vertigo Dance Company

Dana Yahalomi, Rotem Tashach, Noa Zuk, Bosmat Nossan, Roni Chadash, Ofir Yudilevich Indipendent Choreographers

Special thanks 

Anat Fischer Leventon CEO, Claudio Kogon Deputy Director, Tamir Eting Assistant to Artistic Director, Suzanne Dellal Centre

Yair Vardi founder and former CEO and artistic director, Suzanne Dellal Centre (1989-2020) 

Sarah Holchman former Director of Programs, International Relations and International Exposure (2015-2022)


From Free Music Archive

Close Your Eyes by Maestro One 2023

The Things We Never Said by Maestro One 2023

Desert Breeze by Maestro One 2023

Lounge Party Mayer by Lobo Loco 2023

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The Poster

The program of the first Internationa Exposure (1995)

This episode was produced in collaboration with and under the sponsership of the Suzanne Dellal Centre  and in collaboration with the Cultural Diplomacy Bureau at The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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Live recordings by Udi Glinik, Salon ben Dossa; Editing by Zohar Zaltz, Eshel Studios

Announcers: Zohar Zaltz, Matan Ashkenazi and Amos Zimmerman 

Narration: Debra London reading Shulamit Aloni's greetings

Streaming: Omer Senesh

Courtesy of the Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance and Theatre Archive, deposited at The Israeli Dance Archive in Beit Ariela, can now be accessed online as part of a collaborative initiative between The Ministry of Jerusalem and Heritage, The National Library of Israel, Batsheva Dance Company and the Judaica collection at the Harvard University Library.

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