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Ilanit Tadmor

Ilanit Tadmor
Ilanit Tadmor was born in 1972.
Choreographer dancer and a teacher for contact and improvisation as a performing art.

She started in 1998, after graduate the Academy for Music and dance in Jerusalem and the Hebrew University in Music and Theater. Since than she had achieved few awards for performances: In competition in 2000 for her solo "walks my talk”
She also won the scholarship of the "excellent artist" of Taiwan there she creates performers for 2 different groups 2001 Since 2001 until today she had created every year a new dance piece:
“As Simple As That” 2001 “Coffee for Two”2002, “Derby” 2003, “Dances for Theater”2004, “Play station”2005,In that year she was invited by “Echo Echo dance company” to create a dance named: :"Resonance". In 2005 she open with her partner Ilya Domanov a dance school in Tel Aviv named ”PLAY” for Improvisation contact and creating theater and dance. During the years she has been invited to festivals in Germany, Spain, Ireland, England, Swicharlend and the Far East.
Intensive teachers   CI classes teachers   Special Workshops teachers
Charlie Morrissey Adrian Russi Eckhard Müller and Daniela Schwartz
Eckhard Müller & Daniela Schwartz Caroline Waters Ester Momblant-Ribas
Ilanit Tadmor Alexandra Bezrodnova Nancy Stark Smith & Mike Vargas
Nancy Stark Smith & Mike Vargas Elske Seidel Steve Batts
  Ilanit Tadmor  
  Jean-Hugues Miredin   
  Lior Ophir  
  Manuela Blanchard  
  Mike Vargas  
  Robert Anderson  
  Alexey & Anastasia Saevich  
  Alexander Girshon  
Ilanit Tadmor


About master-class:

Level: all levels.
I would like to invite you for 2 hours of joy and pleasure that we can get from the contact dance.
Connecting skills of improvisation world in to the contact dance
Using the following elements we will explore these questions:
1. The relationship between the contact point and the space around us.
2. The tempo of the dance using time in the dance.
3. The small details that we agree or not agree on.
4. The option of suppressing and challenging ourselves and our partners using the time and space.
5. Metaphors and emotions that can make our dance reach and special