DANCING ON TUESDAY NIGHTS!!!
Markid Mike leads dancing every Tuesday Night at Ohr Kodesh from 7pm to 10:30pm!!!
8300 Meadowbrook Lane, Chevy Chase, MD
7pm to 8pm - Instruction
8pm to 10:30pm - Requests and Repertoire
$8 for adults and $6 for students
ISRAELI DANCING WITH MARKID MIKE
Israeli Dance Instructor (“Markid”) Mike Fox has been teaching Israeli Dancing for over 15 years. He currently leads Israeli Dancing at Ohr Kodesh Congregation in Chevy Chase, MD on Tuesday nights and co-directs the Yesodot Israeli Dance Troupe.
For more information on Israeli Dancing With Markid Mike, you can contact Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly Archives: June 2012
The last dance that Noah taught this past week was Casablanca. This is one of my favorite dances from the mid-1990s, and I have been looking forward to introducing it to the Tuesday night group. Updated on July 27 – … Continue reading
Noah also reviewed the beautiful dance Elokim Ta’ase SheNigdal. I first taught this dance about two years ago and it has been a favorite in our repertoire ever since. Here’s a video of the choreographer of the dance – Shmulik … Continue reading
I happened to be in the North of Israel this past week when Noah was subbing for me. Coincidentally, he taught LeTzafon BeAhava (to the North of Israel with love). Here’s a video of Eli Ronen – the choreographer – … Continue reading
This past week, Noah reviewed the classic dance BeHar HaGilboa. This dance has been in our repertoire since before I took over the group…I believe Mona taught it about four years ago, so it was about time for a review! … Continue reading
This past Tuesday I also reviewed the dance Tagidu La. This dance is relatively new (less than two years old) and there were a bunch of dancers who needed a refresher of this lively dance!
The second dance I taught this past Tuesday was Yalla. This is still a very popular dance in the Tuesday night repertoire – we continue to dance it nearly every week!
This past Tuesday I taught the dance Shabbat Menucha. This dance has a lot of Yemenite steps – so it is a great dance to practice those!