worked with local choreographers such as Yasmeen Godder and Inbal Pinto, teaching and instructing lighting students, and repeatedly as Bambi's head programmer and assistant.
Dancer & costume designer: Born in Huskvarna, Sweden in 1982, Rebecca graduated from Balettakademien, Stockholm. After finishing her studies she worked with Kamuyot/Rikste- atern, Carte Blanche Dance Company, Norway, Batsheva Ensemble, Batsheva Dance Company and GöteborgsOperans Danskompani.
During her time with Batsheva and Ohad Naharin she studied GAGA and is now a certified teacher.
Dancer & rehearsal manager: Born in Guadeloupe, 1980, he studied contemporary dance at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris, and then worked with a variety of companies such as Skånes Dansteater (Sweden), Carte Blanche Company (Norway), Random Dance Company/Wayne McGregor (England), Batsheva Dance Company (Israel), Winterguests/Alan Øyen (Norway). Léo is also an independent creator.
Dancer & costume designer: Born in Israel in 1991, Gon studied dance at the Democratic School in Hadera. He joined Batsheva Ensemble, 2008 until 2011, performing the works of Ohad Naharin and Eyal | Behar, and partaking in their creation of Petrushka. In 2012, he was a guest artist with Oldenburg Dance Company in Germany for Eyal | Behar’s work, Plafona.
He is a recipient of the 2007 Sharett Scholarship for achievement in choreography and modern dance.
Dancer: Born in Edmonton, Canada where he attended Victoria School of Performing and Visual Arts. Continuing his studies at The Boston Conservatory, he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance performance and performed works by Jose Limon, Anthony Tudor, and Anna Sokolow.
Upon the completion of his education, he moved to San Francisco where he freelanced with Zhukov Dance Theatre and Robert Moses' Kin. After four seasons, he recently left Ballet BC where he had the opportunity to perform works by Medhi Walerski, Johan Inger, Jorma Elo, Gustavo Ramirez, Cayetano Soto, Emily Molnar, and William Forsythe.
KEREN LURIE PARDES
Dancer: Born in the USA in 1991, Keren Lurie Pardes attended the Arts High School in Jerusalem. She is a graduate of the "Maslool" - Professional Dance Program of Tel-Aviv, directed by Naomi Perlov and Offir Dagan. Keren joined the Batsheva Ensemble as a trainee (2010-11), where she participated in a project by Idan Sharabi.
Later as a member of the Batsheva Ensemble (2011-13) she took part in the works of Ohad Naharin, and Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar in “Lost Cause” among others.
Dancer: Born in Kagawa, Japan in 1988. Dancing in LEV dance company since 2014. Took part in ensemble Batsheva dance company 2012-2014. Trained in rhythmic gymnastics during childhood and started dancing when she met Shintaro Hirahara during university period. Won the first-place of the Korea International modern Dance competition in 2011, and Kagawa Prefectural Art Newcomer Award in 2013.
DANIEL NORGREN- JENSEN
Dancer: Born in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1990. Daniel began his training at the Royal Swedish Ballet School, went on to train for five years at Canada’s National Ballet School and finished his studies at the Royal Ballet School in London, England. Upon graduation he joined the Royal Swedish Ballet and became a principal dancer in 2017. Daniel has also danced with Staatsballett Berlin as a soloist dancer and co-directed the Stockholm dance troup, “Stockholm 59° North”. Daniel has been dancing with L-E-V since 2017.
CLYDE EMMANUEL ARCHER
Dancer: Born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Barbados, W.I. He began dancing in NYC at The BalletTech school (formerly Feld Ballet/The New Ballet School) and later attended The Professional Performing Arts School while simultaneously training at The Ailey School. In 2001, He received his BFA from The Juilliard School, under the direction of Benjamin Harkarvy. Clyde is also recipient of the Princess Grace Award.
Professionally he has worked with The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Compañía Nacional de Danza, Göteborg Ballet, Cullberg Ballet, The Royal Swedish Ballet, La Veronal and Sasha Waltz & Guest.
Dancer: Born in Windhoek Namibia, grew up in Cape Town, South Africa. She began performing with the Cape Dance Company at age 14, under the directorship of Debbie Turner. Upon finishing high school she left for Toronto to spend two years training at the Canadian National Ballet School. Following immediately she began working with The Netherlands Dance Theatre under the directorship of Paul Lightfoot. It was also in the house of The Netherlands Dance Theatre that she met Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar for the first time. Alice spent three years dancing for NDT2 and two years with NDT1. She joined L-E-V in July 2019.
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