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OMRI DRUMLEVICH || THE PLAYGROUND NYC

OMRI DRUMLEVICH || THE PLAYGROUND NYC

Company:

THE PLAYGROUND NYC

Location:

THE PLAYGROUND NYC
280 Broadway Entrance 53A Chambers
NEW YORK, NY 10007

Dates:

Tuesday, November 27, 2018 - 8:00pm

Tickets:

www.theplaygroundnyc.org

Company:
THE PLAYGROUND NYC

OMRI DRUMLEVICH

THE PLAYGROUND NYC AFTER DARK

11/27/18

8:00PM - 10:00PM

$10

Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center, 280 Broadway NYC
Entrance 53A Chambers

 

The Playground regularly hosts AfterDark events. The series creates a fun, informal space where dancers and non-dancers can personally connect with burgeoning contemporary artists. Our events include live performances by New York City dance professionals (including Playground founders Gregory Dolbashian and Loni Landon), a DJ/live music, and dancing. AfterDark celebrates our community, and demonstrates to dancers and non-dancers alike the result and importance of our work at The Playground.

 

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 From 2012 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.  


Photo Credit : Omri Drumlevich

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