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RECESS November: Elad Schechter

RECESS November: Elad Schechter


Chez Bushwick


Chez Bushwick
304 Boreum Street #23
Brooklyn, NY 11206


Monday, November 20, 2023 - 7:30pm



Chez Bushwick

We're excited to extend a special invitation to you for a captivating evening of dance and culture featuring the talented Elad Schechter.

Save the Date: Monday, November 20th, 2023
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: 304 Boreum Street
Event Title: "Elad Schechter - c.a.t.a.m.o.n - Work in Progress"

We're thrilled to introduce Elad Schechter, an extraordinary artist celebrated for his talents as a dancer, choreographer, curator, and cultural initiator. Elad's journey in the world of dance, from the Jerusalem High School for the Arts to gracing stages worldwide, has been nothing short of remarkable.

Elad is not just a performer; he's a creator. Since 2009, he's crafted dance works earning him accolades, including a silver medal at the International Choreography Competition in Beijing, July 2011.

Elad's commitment to art and inclusivity is truly inspiring. Based in the vibrant Nachlaot neighborhood in Jerusalem, he raises his two kids in shared parenthood with a woman couple.

Join us for a sneak peek at the movement materials for Elad's upcoming creation, set to premiere in the summer of 2024. After the performance, engage in a thought-provoking discussion about Jerusalem's contemporary cultural landscape, especially in light of recent events in Israel.

We extend our gratitude to our partners at 'The Neighborhood: An Urban Center for Jewish Life.' They are working tirelessly to create a welcoming and inclusive community hub that reflects the spirit of Brooklyn—future-thinking and deeply historical.

Don't miss this extraordinary evening of art, culture, and dialogue! Share this post with your friends and be part of a transformative experience. 


Photo credit: Natasha Shachnas


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