Tel Aviv, Wednesday 20/12, 20:30 | Jerusalem, Friday 29/12, 12pm
Composed by Anat Shamgar, Dan Weinstein, Orr Sinay, Ayelet Avidan, Or Ashkenazi, Zuki RIngret, Hovav Landoy, Noga Segev
View Cuts is a collaboraion based on a communication between music and dance. Following the participants' and our interest in the form of ensemble, we structured a polyphonic path of six voices, trying to become one voice, letting the mutual aesthetics discover new meanings for the creative process.
Anat Shmgar performs her solo works and collaborates with other artists since 1988. She is a member of the Faculty of Dance in the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance since 1991.
Dan Weinstein is a virtuoso and versatile cellist, teacher and lecturer, focusing mainly on contemporary and experimental music. Among his activities he runs projects that combine dance, theater and electronic music. In addition to performing as solosit and with several contemporary music ensembles, Dan is a senior lecturer in the New-Music department of the Naggar Multidisciplinary School of Art and Society, Musrara in Jerusalem and conducting a open-social-orchestra ("Scratch Orchestra") in the Israeli Center of Digital art.
Orr Sinay composer and a bass performer. Orr explore the art of improvisation. Graduate with B.Mus degree from The Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance and Graduate with MFA degree from CalArts (California Institute of the Arts)
Ayelet Avidan is a graduate of the Movement Department and the Choreography Program at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, and of the Danceworkshop Haifa.
Or Ashkenazi graduated from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. Received her BA in dance and choreography at the high Academy in the Movement Department.
Zuki Ringret dancer creator and performer, graduated of MASPA and VIDP.
Zuki Ringart collaborated as a creative dancer with choreographers like Shlomit fundaminsky, Uri Shfir and Nadar Rosano.
Hovav Landoy Composer, Instrumentalist and Sound artist. He works in the contemporary music field and influenced by musical traditions like the Japanese and Jewish. Works with musical ensembles worldwide and colaborates with visual and stage artists.
Noga Segev graduate of the new music department at Musrara School, Jerusalem. Creates and performs music and sound works using acoustic instruments and electronic systems.