- Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center, 19 Shaul Hamelech St, Tel Aviv
- Tel Aviv Center
- October 17, 2021
- TAGS: Past Events
Renowned Japanese modern dance company Sankai Juku will return to Israel on December 12 for the first time in a decade to perform its latest work, “TOBARI — As if in an Inexhaustible Flux.” The troupe has 4 shows scheduled at the Tel Aviv Opera House.
“Tobari” features eight dancers performing in the Bhuto dance form to music composed by Japanese artists Takashi Kako, Yas-Kaz and Yoichiro Yoshikaw.
The New York Times extolled the company’s “visually compelling” performance, adding that “the stage picture was often mesmerizing.”
Sankai Juku was founded in 1975 by Ushio Amagatsu, who still serves as the director, choreographer and designer, as well as a dancer, for the group. Since first being invited to perform in Europe in 1980, the company has performed in 45 countries and 700 cities worldwide, while winning numerous awards in Japan and abroad.
Fri, 12/12 — 1:00 pm
Sat, 13/12 — 9:00 pm
Sun, 14/12 — 8:00 pm
Mon, 15/12 — 8:00 pm
Mayumana -- "Game On"
Mayumana is a multi-cultural Israeli performance group that was formed »
Fatal Attraction, Nov 10-11
Showing at the Habima Theater, Israel's National Theater, this popular »
Metal All Stars at HaOman 17
Europe’s loss is the gain of Israel's metalheads. After postponing »
Tel Aviv Gay Pride Parade 2017
After attracting over 200,000 people from all over the world »
Just over 100 years ago, on April 15, 1912, Titanic, »
If you hear something that resembles whales talking on August »
Cut Out Club
Cut Out Club, one of the hottest bands on the »
Jerry Seinfeld in Tel Aviv
Legendary comedian Jerry Seinfeld will be making his first performance(s) »