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Einat Ganz (1984, Israel).

 

Einat is a professional dancer, performer and an independent choreographer based in Israel.

At 2007, she graduated her BdA at 'De Theaterschool' in Amsterdam, combining two departments: the "Modern Theater Dance" (MTD) and the "School for New Dance Development" (SNDO). As part of her studies, she received a grant for research of West African dance in The Gambia.

As a performer Einat worked with various makers such as: Barak Marshall, Shlomit Fundaminsky, Saar Magal, Osnat Kelner, Ariel Efraim Ashbel, Efrat Rubin, Tammy Itzhaki and "Orna Porat Theater for Children & Youth". In addition, Einat played the character Tipa, in the successful TV serious for babies "Tipa Tupa", produced for the international "Baby" channel.

Einat's choreographic work has been presented in various festivals and venues across Europe and Israel.

Einat has a teaching certificate from the "Jerusalem Academy of music and dance" and for the past seven years, she is teaching contemporary dance, improvisation, composition and repertoire for different ages in various schools in Israel.

In addition, Einat is a member of the improvisation ensemble "La Shevet La Kum" and a co-founder of two different initiatives:

  • "Artists Cycle"- a cooperative community of performance artists in Tel Aviv.

  • "Improvising together"- a group of stage artists, which research, practice and perform improvising physical acts.

I am s professional dancer, performer and an independent choreographer based in Israel.

ADUCATION

  • BdA at 'De Theaterschool' in Amsterdam, combining two departments: the "Modern Theater Dance" (MTD) and the "School for New Dance Development" (SNDO).

  • A grant for research of West African dance in The Gambia.

EXPERIENCE

 

As a performer I worked with various makers such as: Barak Marshall, Shlomit Fundaminsky, Saar Magal, Osnat Kelner, Ariel Efraim Ashbel, Efrat Rubin, Tammy Itzhaki and "Orna Porat Theater for Children & Youth".

 

In addition, I played the character Tipa, in the successful TV serious for babies "Tipa Tupa", produced for the international "Baby" channel.

Einat's choreographic work has been presented in various festivals and venues across Europe and Israel.

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