L-E-V Dance Company Masterclass
Preseneted by The Mill in partnership with the Adelaide Festival and AC Arts
When: Monday 20th March, 2017
Where: Adelaide College of the Arts (TAFE SA), Level 3, 39 Light Square, Adelaide SA
Time: 9.30am - 11am
(Studio will be open at 9am for dancers to warm up)
Level: Professional Level Contemporary Dance/Dance Theatre
Bookings: via EVENTBRITE https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/l-e-v-dance-company-masterclass-tickets-32144583314#tickets or book a spot via email@example.com and pay at the door.
L-E-V Dance Company
Founder, Dancer & Creator
Sharon Eyal was born in Jerusalem. She danced with the Batsheva Dance Company from 1990 until 2008 and began choreographing within the framework of the company’s Batsheva Dancers Create project.Eyal served as Associate Artistic Director of Batsheva between 2003-2004, and House Choreographer of the company between 2005-2012.
In 2009 Eyal began creating pieces for other dance companies in the world: Killer Pig (2009) and Corps de Walk (2011) for Carte Blanche Dance of Norway; Too Beaucoup (2011) for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, and Plafona (2012) for Tanzcompagnie Oldenburg, Germany.
In 2013 Eyal launches L-E-V with her long-time collaborator Gai Behar. This October, they premiered Untitled Black in collaboration with the Goteborgs Operans Danskompani in Gothenburg, Sweden.� Eyal is the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2004 Ministry of Culture Award for young dance creators and the 2009 Landau Prize for the Performing Arts in the dance category. In 2008, she was named a Chosen Artist of the Israel Cultural Excellence Foundation.
Masterclass Facilitator - Rebecca Hytting
Born in Huskvarna, Sweden. Rebecca graduated from Balettakademien, Stockholm. After finishing her studies she worked with Kamuyot/Riksteatern, Carte Blanche, Norway, Batsheva Dance Company and GöteborgsOperans Danskompani. She is now a dancer of L-E-V and have also been assisting Sharon Eyal/Gai Behar in creations outside the company. She is a certified Gaga teacher.
Photo Credit: Gil Shani