Noa Zuk and Ohad Fishof share excerpts from their collaborative work as well as their insights as internationally recognized choreographers working in Israel. Learn more at go.middlebury.edu/fishof. Free
Noa Zuk and Ohad Fishof are collaborative artists based in Tel Aviv, Israel. Together, they have been commissioned to set choreographic works and participate in artistic residencies across Europe, Israel, Russia, the US and Singapore in professional and academic settings. They are both certified instructors of Ohad Naharin’s innovative training method, the Gaga movement language, which has recently gained worldwide recognition as a practice for both dancers and those without previous dance experience. Their Middlebury visit is a student-initiated Rothrock residency spearheaded by Andrew Pester ‘17 and Mandy Kimm ‘17. This residency is supported by the Rothrock Family Fund for Experiential Learning in the Performing Arts, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation/Movement Matters Residency, Committee on the Arts, Director of the Arts Discretionary Fund, Hebrew Department, Living Dance, Middlebury College Activities Board, Dance Program, Music Department, and Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs.
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