Omri Drumlevich || The Playground NYC

Date

Apr 30 2020

Time

EDT
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Labels

Zoom

Cost

Donation Based
DETAILS:

Omri Drumlevich
Thursday, 4/30 || 1:00-2:00pm EST
Donation Based

Venue: Online
Register at https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/classic/ws?studioid=31459&stype=-110&sView=day&sLoc=0&sTrn=100000883&date=04/30/20
Registered participants will be emailed a link to the class 15 minutes prior to the start.

The Playground NYC, in partnership with Gibney, is offering Online Studio, digital dance space. Join us, wherever you are for LIVE online classes with teaching artists in New York City and around the world. Let’s keep moving together and finding new ways to connect. Classes are open to movers of all levels! 

Classes will be streamed live via ZOOM. Participants must pre-register for class and create a (free) ZOOM account to join.  Registration will close 20 minutes before the class time.  Fifteen minutes before class, you will receive an email with the ZOOM link.

Let’s dance it out!  Community Strong.

 

Bio:
Omri Drumlevich was born near Jerusalem, Israel. He graduated from The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance High School in 2010 and joined the Batsheva Ensemble in 2010 and was invited to dance for The Batsheva Dance Company between 2012-2017, during this years he produced and created for the annual “Batsheva Dancers Create” Projects. Omri Is a certified Gaga teacher and has been teaching Gaga and repertoire by Ohad Naharin and Sharon Eyal internationally. In 2017 Omri was invited to be an Israeli Visiting Artist in Princeton University as a Junior lecturer in dance by The Israel Institute. In Princeton he created and performed his solo performance “Far” in support of the Lewis Center for the Arts. Omri has been showing and making his work in venues such as the Tel Aviv Museum of Modern art, Suzanne Dellal, Tel Aviv City Hall, The Lewis Center for the Arts and more. Currently based in NYC.  

pc: Nir Arieli

 


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