Dancing On Wednesday Night This Week!

Since Tuesday is July 4, we will be dancing on Wednesday night, July 5 this week. We will following the same schedule:

  • 7:00pm – 8:15pm – Intermediate Israeli Dance Instruction (I will be reviewing Yareach Limon and Darkeinu)
  • 8:15pm – 10:30pm – Circle and Line Dance Repertoire and Requests
  • 10:30pm – 11pm – Partner Dancing

See you on Wednesday!!!

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Debka Keff – דבקה כיף

Last week I taught the classic debka Debka Keff! I have been asked to teach this over the years, and I finally decided this was the time to teach this great, energetic dance! Here is a video with the choreographer Moshe Eskayo leading the group.

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Ima Im Hayiti Yachol – אמא אם הייתי יכול

Last week I taught the beautiful Avi Levy dance Ima Im Hayiti Yachol! Here’s Avi Levy and Avivim troupe demonstrating this dance!

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Sorefet Rechavot – שורפת רחבות

Last week I taught the dance Sorefet Rechavot by Dudu Barzilai and Tamir Shalev. This dance was taught at the Philadelphia Israeli dance workshop during President’s Day Weekend. Here’s a video of Dudu Barzilai demonstrating the dance:

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Tzlil HaEmek – צליל העמק

Last Tuesday I taught the dance Tzlil HaEmek.  This is a dance from 2007 that was requested a few times later in the evening on Tuesday nights, but I wanted to teach it and bring the dance into our normal repertoire.  Enjoy!

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No Dancing Tonight :-(

Due to the weather – and the likelihood of roads re-freezing tonight – I am canceling dancing for tonight, Tuesday, March 14.

I hope to see everyone next week!

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Dvash Basfataiim -דבש בשפתיים

Last Tuesday, Marnina Cowan taught the new dance Dvash BaSfataiim.  This was one of the dances introduced by Sagi Azran in Philadelphia at the President’s Day Workshop!

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