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February 17, 1995 - Image 133

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-17

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the site's press. Children enjoy
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Dance Competition Held In Israel

Thirteen companies from Eu-
rope, the United States, South
America, Asia and Israel re-
cently participated in a week-
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of dance at the Suzanne Dellal
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Tel Aviv.
As part of the Center's fifth
anniversary celebration, the
Batsheva Dance Company
performed in a seven-hour
marathon, featuring highlights
from the company's repertoire.

The prize for best choreography
in the competition went to Juan
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Uri Ivgi received prizes for best
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The Suzanne Dellal Center
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