Judith Brin Ingber

Judith Brin Ingber in "Minush" Dancer, performer, writer and choreographer Judith Brin Ingber has experienced and performed within the rich dance spheres of ballet, tap, modern and Jewish and Israeli folk dance.  She has been privileged to hone her craft with such dance companies as Martha Graham, Inbal Dance Theatre, Batsheva and Bat-Dor. She expresses... Continue Reading →

Nili Glazer – Designing for Dancers

Versatile Nili Glazer designs and creates theater and show costumes for the Los Angeles Israeli Dance Ensemble Keshet Chaim, including several show groups in Copenhagen and in Israel, and the SIBA – Salzburg International Ballet Academy workshop. Her passion for her work and her ingenuity and natural talent, have led her to discover a world... Continue Reading →

Carina Saslavsky

Photo:  Copyright Alex Huber Carina Saslavsky’s career has spanned the performing arts realms of repertoire ballet, professional acting, musical comedy and theater. She has performed with professional Israeli folk dance troupes, taught rikudim and created and taught her dances at Israeli folk dance camps. Daughter Of The Arts caught up with this delightful choreographer, performer,... Continue Reading →

Moshiko Halevy

Ramah Rikkudiah 2002 Moshiko (Moshe Itzchak-Halevy) has created more than 180 Israeli folk dances since 1959.  He is an award-winning dance choreographer. He has been a professional dancer with the Inbal Dance Company, a character dancer with The Ballet Company of Mia Arbatova, and created his own ensemble, The Hapaamonim Company. In addition, he has... Continue Reading →

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