We are thrilled that Yasmeen will be soon travelling to London to work with the Candoco Dance Company, having been commissioned by them to create a new work. The new creation will premiere in the Fall 2017
After 5 beautiful premiere shows of SIMPLE ACTION we are happy to add two more dates May 12-13 at our studio.
SIMPLE ACTION - A Participatory Choreographic Action Inspired by Stabat Mater, was created as part of the “Opera and Dance” program at the Mandel Cultural Center, directed by Ingy Rubin.. The shows, whihc will take place at our studio, are a unique experience for a limited audience of 40 spectators and 6 alternating dancers: Tal Adler Arieli, Shuli Enosh, Dor Frank, Ayala Frankel, Edu Turull Montelles, Ari Teperberg, Uri Shafir and Ofir Yudilevich.
In SIMPLE ACTION, Yasmeen Godder continues researching with her company how to use the performance medium as a means of connecting the audience to itself and to the performers, both as individuals and as a group, while at the same time engaging in themes such as empathy, understanding, identification and sensorial experience in real time, as part of the work's structure. Spectatorship enters the realm of the experience. The piece, inspired by Stabat Mater,the famous Christian hymn, is newly and composed and performed live by the musician and singer Tomer Damsky who is creating her own original and hypnotic version of it. Another wonderful collaborator is the visual artist Gili Avissar who is designing the space and the costumes. And the lighting designer Omer Sheizaf with whom Godder has been collaborating for many years will be creating an special light installation for the studio.
For reservation call: 03-6823104
Our weekly Contemporary Dance Classes for people living with Parkinson’s disease began in February 2015, as part of the “Störung/הפרעה” Project. Initiated by Theatre Freiburg, Germany, this unique interdisciplinary collaborative project brought together professional dancers and choreographers with scientists and physicians – along with people with Parkinson’s from Israel and Germany – to explore different aspects of human movement and movement disorder. For more information about the project please visit our blog: www.hafraah.wordpress.com Following this successful and fulfilling year, we have continued the weekly classes independently. In January 2017, we received a generous grant from The Ted Arison Family Foundation allowing us to add another weekly class and offer the classes to the community at no cost. more information about the classess
workshops and classes
Open Morning Classes with Yasmeen Godder
The studio opens at 8:45;
50 NIS a class/200 NIS for a card of 5 classes/ 350 NIS for 10 classes!
There will not be classes with Yasmeen Godder in between March 26-April 18. Next class: April 25th.
Dance Classes for People with Parkinson
Yoga Classes with Avital Barak -Sun. & Thurs. 9:00am - 10:15am
Vinyasa style, for dancers and non-dancers
40 NIS a class/ 170 NIS for a card of 5 classes
NO CLASS on February 12