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
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For the past two weeks we had Noah review the dance Debka Nufar. This is a dance from 1994 by Naftali Kadosh. It is a really fun dance that I wanted to bring into the repertoire! Advertisements
Last week Chen Shporen visited our group and taught a new dance by Michael Barzilay – Gaagua Baruach. Here’s a video of Michael Barzilay demonstrating his beautiful dance:
This past week I taught a throwback dance – Meohav by Meir Shem Tov from 1997! This dance was played at one of the dance parties at Gvanim and I remembered how much I like the dance, so I brought … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I taught the line dance Ego by Hadari Jibli and Hagit Podemski (the same choreographers as Faith). Here is a video of them demonstrating the dance in Tel Aviv!
Last Tuesday I taught the dance Chelek Mehazman. This dance is becoming very popular in Israel so I wanted to bring it to the DC area! Here’s a video of the choreographer – Arianne Butel – dancing her dance!
Since Tuesday, August 1 is Tisha B’Av, we will be dancing on Wednesday night, August 2 this week. We will following the same schedule: 7:00pm – 8:15pm – Intermediate Israeli Dance Instruction (I will be reviewing Katonti and Matzlichim) 8:15pm … Continue reading
Last week I taught the new dance by Michael Barzelai – Normali! This is one of the hottest new dances in Israel and has been taught in the other DC sessions…now it is part of the Tuesday night repertoire.