Batsheva Ensemble: DecaDance
06 - 07 November 2012
Batsheva Ensemble is the younger wing of Israel's outstanding and world class contemporary dance group Batsheva Dance Company and this is their first visit to the UK
"Engaging and beautiful"
Tickets £ 12.50 - £22.50
Plus transaction fee*
Dance Consortium presents
BATSHEVA ENSEMBLE with
Led by choreographic supremo Ohad Naharin, Batsheva's dancers were described as "acrobats of God" by the San Francisco Chronicle. Naharin has said of his dancers that he wants them to be "people that are connected to their sensuality, to their demons. People that are capable of laughing at themselves. Musicality, groove - I'm attracted to people with groove" And in the Ensemble he has selected dancers, aged between 18 and 24 and from countries around the world, that are just that. Rarely will you see such urban, gritty and skilled dancers as these.
In the UK they will be performing DecaDance which brings together memorable and favourite segments of Naharin's creations from the last 20 years. The piece is constantly updated and so offers a fresh look at the work created by Batsheva every time it is performed. It is set to a sensational compilation of music ranging from The Beach Boys to Vivaldi and on to Dean Martin! For British audiences, one major attraction of DecaDance is that it includes extracts from the widely popular Minus 16.
"DecaDance is a greatest-hits show for the Israel-based company and its artistic director Ohad Naharin." The Independent
"Deca Dance, the ever-changing collage that choreographer Ohad Naharin keeps remaking from his considerable body of dances... the list of ingredients is not really the point -- each new mix has its own flavor"The Miami Herald
"It is the collective energy alongside the music that defines Batsheva" The Guardian
"In Ohad Naharin's unmistakable choreography, wild impulses of energy - ecstatic, angry, artless - are sent hurtling through classically shaped phrases of dance. The movements bulge and stretch, as though they've been organically grown." The Guardian
Ticket prices and times
Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 November 2012
Stalls £19.50, £22.50
Dress Circle £16.50, £19.50, £22.50
Upper Circle £12.50, £14.50
Lounges (seat 6) £135
Boxes (seat 4) £50, £66
Concessions £2.50 off
Groups 12+ £2.50 off and every 13th seat free
Schools / Colleges Best available seats £7.50 and 1 supervisor free with every ten students
Booking fees apply.
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Online - £2.50 per ticket plus transaction fee of 50p.
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