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Come join our unique dance department next year - if you have professional experience or if you have never danced before but feel that you want to move.

This IB course is divided to technique levels, so you will find the exact place for you.

A sneak peek at this year's Dance moments!
Come join our unique dance department next year - if you have professional experience or if you have never danced before but feel that you want to move. This IB course is divided to technique levels, so you will find the exact place for you. For questions and interests you are welcome to communicate directly with Elinor, head of dance - [email protected]

Why did you choose the Dance Course? - EMIS Dance Students Interview

2022 Dance Performance​

Every year, we invite all to the EMIS Annual Dance Performance, where our students from all over the world join their creativity and rhythm to create a unique performance. Annually, a new theme surrounds the dances.

Dance As You Are, the 2021-22 dance program theme offers the viewer and the dancer to consider the variety of people, cultures, and personas as individuals, and in dance, creations to see the common ground we all stand on as humans and as creative creatures.

Dance As You Are invites you to provoke movement, the common base we share.

Dance Trips

Dance trips are an opportunity for students to learn from incredible examples of those constructing dance history now and visit expositions of how this beautiful art form has been expressed over the years.

Our latest trip included gallery tours led by Sahar Azimi and an exclusive tour at the visitor center under Kedumim Square (the first tour held there for two and a half years!). The students also went to a yoga class with Amir Rapaport in a gallery space in the Noga complex.

We ended the day at Pearls 1 – a location that hosts fashion productions, offsets, conferences, and high-tech, where we met photographer Dean Avishar who talked to students about his photography. The objective of this trip was for students to have local connections with the multiple forms of expression surrounding them, and get to know artists and local places. At the end of the activity, the students were provided information on how to come back to all the visited places by themselves. An authentic experience.

Our world of dance


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Excerpt from the “Twin Tower Syndrome", created in protestation of violence and survival of hope. Choreography: Sonia D’Orleans Juste, Canada-Israel Music: Composed and performed by ORLIKA, edited by Didi Erez Dancers: modern class - level 2

EMIS Dance Department

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Moving is a state of being in motion and in the EMIS Dance Department, being in motion is a whole life style. Here is a video capturing segments of these movements like a blinking eye or flashing camera. Just like in these situations, there is so much more happening that what can be seen with a naked eye. Join the EMIS Dance department and become like us, become a Mover and become a Human Of Motion.

A group of individuals

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In a group, not a part of the group. Choreography: Syuzi Iskandaryan, Armenia Original music: No church in the wild / Kayne West Dancers: Yael Sharabi, Israel, Carla Abello, Spain, Shir Sivan, Israel, Elena Horlau, Germany, JUNG WOO LEE (Jung), Korea

Principal's speech
Gili Roman & Siseko Bango

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EMIS annual dance performance | Suzenne Dellal dance center, Tel-Aviv ~Principal's speech~ Gili Roman, Israel and Siseko Bango, South Africa

A student race

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“Change landscape into addresses and vague memories into fixed dates” (Szymborska) Choreography: Danielle Gallia-Kind, Israel Music: La boheme: Che gelida manina / Puccini Dancers: Modern class - level 1

The Nelken Line

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Choreography: Pina Bausch Dancers: All

Shaheed (‘Martyr”)

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A Martyr (Arabic: shaheed) is a person who suffers or is killed because of their religious or political belief. Choreography: Zain Al Qalawi, Palestine Music: Cavalry / Mashrou Leila Dancers: Avia Joel-Israel, Jeries Handal-Palestine, Wilda Wilund, Sweden

Open book

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My process of learning to live with my perfectionism Choreography and performance: Shir Sivan, Israel Speaking: Layaar Awad, Palestine

Mixer 1: Dabka Master & Acharuli gandagana dance

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Dabka Masters / Nader Alghoul / Music: Ahmed Menhem / Dancer: Maher Mickel, Palestine Acharuli gandagana/ folk dance /music: acharuli popuri / dancers: Syuzi Iskandaryan, Armenia, Nini Shermadini, Georgia

Mixer 2: ​

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A dance technique & performance course based on videos and peer-reviewed feedback. Course creator and teacher: Danielle Gallia-Kind.
You should see me in a crown/ Jojo Gomez/Music: Billie Eilish/ Dancer; Faris Ansari/ India Complications / Sebastian Forslund / Music: Sebastian Forslund / Dancer: Mika Dagay, Israel Love in the Dark / Kyle Hanagami/ Music: Leroy Sanchez / Dancers: Zain Al Qalawi, Palestine, Shir Sivan, Israel Big Bank / Tricia Miranda / Music: YG / Dancer: Daginaa Rozenberg, Mongolia Uptown Funk / Junsun Yoo / Music: Bruno Mars / Dancer: Xichun Sun (Sam), China Sweet but Psycho /Mina Myoung/ Music:Ava Max/ Dancer: JUNG WOO LEE (Jung), Korea Sicko mode/ May Azouri - Dancity/ Music: Travis Scott/ Dancer: Yahali dreamer, Israel That's what I like/ Vinh Nguyen/ music: Bruno Mars/ Dancer: Emanuele Granero, Italy **Thanks you Noa Manor, for honest your part in it.

"Am I free"?
Lucas Moloto Tshokwe

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“I’ll tell you what Freedom is to me. No fear.” (Nina Simone) Choreography and performance: Lucas Moloto Tshokwe,South Africa Music: Feelings / Nina Simone & Freedom, Bow-down and I Been On / Beyonce Knowles


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Choreography: Htay Aung Mg (Teo), Myanmar and Danielle Gallia-Kind, Israel Music: Om Sahana vavatu / Manose Dancer: Htay Aung Mg (Teo), Myanmar