A teacher of the Gaga movement language since 2007, Noa Zuk is holding a repertory workshop with us in which she will be incorporating material from choreographies she has created over the years. Her goal will be to show students how to increase the volume of a sensation and how to connect to the needs of each movement.
Noa Zuk has danced for 9 years in Batsheva, in all of Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin’s creations since the early 2000s, while working with artists such as Mats Ek, Sharon Eyal, Yasmeen Godder and Inbal Pinto. She left the company in 2009 to focus on his own work as a choreographer (early works include O.M.S., A Droom Come Tree and the Boxerman trio).
She has worked for Bern Ballet (Speakers, 2012), Groundworks Dance Company of Cleveland (After Chorus, 2012), Repertory Dance Theatre of Utah (By the Snake, 2014), Frontier Danceland-Singapore, and Inbal Dance Company-Israel.