KISHRONIYAH 2019 DANCE WORKSHOP ADAT HA-MACHON/ADAT HA-NIVONIM
Plier (to bend), Étendre (to stretch), Relever (to rise), Glisser (to slide or glide), Sauter (to jump), Élancer (to dart), Tourner (to turn). These were the terms that were flying through the air in the Beit Am Aleph as the dance class was in full swing. It felt like being in a ballet studio!
Shira said, ” I chose dance because I used to dance outside of camp and I stopped dancing. I felt that this would give me the passion and the motivation to possibly start again.”
Eliana said, “it’s really nice to have a hard-core dance that is intense and serious.”
Harper said, “I’ve never taken a dance class before but I wanted to try something new, and I’m glad I did!”
More about the program- Campers will be challenged to step out of their comfort zone and express themselves through various dance styles including but not limited to Jazz, Hip Hop, and Contemporary. The focus will be on expression, intention, and most of all- having fun! We will explore improvisation, technique, choreography, and performance skills. This program encourages campers to be themselves while learning new approaches of exploring movement.
Keren Sinai has been dancing since the age of three. Training at The Dancing Art’s Center in Holliston, Keren had the opportunity to dance under Ballet masters such as Wayne Stewarte and Sylvia Silverman. Keren has trained in varied dance genres including Ballet, Pointe, Modern, Jazz, and Hip Hop. Keren continued her dance education at Dean College in Franklin where she received a B.A. in Dance in May 2012. In the summer of 2009, Keren had the privilege to study at Alvin Ailey in NYC. During her 4 years at Dean she was a member of the Modern and Hip Hop Company. Keren had the honor of performing a piece choreographed by Gregory King at the Kennedy Center post graduating. She then pursued her dance career in New York City as well as attended a professional semester at Broadway Dance Center. She trained under choreographers such as Kelly Peters, Jared Jenkins, Justin Conte, and more. She now resides in Los Angeles, where she continues to dance and has also embarked on a new journey of directing. Keren loves to perform and also has an immense passion to teach, choreograph, paint, and direct. Keren lives to feel, and she hopes to inspire her students to do so as well.