Deca Dance Helsinki, Black Milk
Deca Dance Helsinki, Black Milk by Ilja Bolotov, Antti Keinänen, Emrecan Tanis, Frans Valkama and Eemu Äikiö. Choreography by Ohad Naharin. Kenneth and Friends Gala 2014 at Finnish National Opera. Shot on 24.05.2014.
Ohad Naharin (born 1952) (Hebrew: אוהד נהרין) is an Israeli contemporary dancer, choreographer and dance company artistic director. Naharin did not start dancing until age 22. During his first year with the Batsheva Dance Company, Martha Graham visited Israel and invited Naharin to join her dance company in New York. He attended Juilliard and the School of American Ballet. In 1990, Naharin was appointed the artistic director of the Batsheva Dance Company, thereby launching the company into a new stage. The company is international in nature, made up of individually unique dancers from Israel and abroad. Dancers are encouraged to affirm their distinct creative gifts, as creators on their own.
Photos by Jack Devant © with kind permission of the Finnish National Opera and Kenneth Greve, special thanks Heidi Almi.
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