Batsheva Dance Company Three
"Exceptionally inventive, thrilling dance."—New York Times
Israel's leading contemporary dance company return with their latest work, Three, choreographed by visionary artistic director Ohad Naharin. The brilliant evening-length work, divided into three sections, juxtaposes stylized, synchronized movement with languid, liquid beauty and explosive crisscrossing patterns of pure visual pleasure. Lifted by a sonic collage score that ranges from Bach’s Goldberg Variations (in Glenn Gould’s famed interpretation) to Brian Eno’s ambient tidal pull, Batsheva’s remarkable dancers will impress you with their undeniable technical skills and abundant spirit. You’ll delight in Three’s vibrant display of modern dance mastery, which the San Francisco Chronicle lauded for its "virtuosity, off-center elegance and physical daring…the dancers’ understated splendor made it impossible to look away."
Preperformance Talk with John Giffin
Tue, Feb 10 | 7 PM
Come early for an insightful discussion about the work of Batsheva and tonight’s program led by John Giffin, a choreographer and professor in Ohio State’s Department of Dance.
Members, join us after the performance for a reception in the Lower Lobby.
Free tickets for Sponsor, Fellow, and Donor Circle members: If you are a member at any of these levels, you are eligible for two free tickets to Batsheva Dance Company (subject to availability) as a benefit of your membership.
High 5 tickets available: Middle- and high-school students can stop by the Wex ticket office through February 9 to purchase $5 High 5 tickets to Batsheva (subject to availability).
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Presented by Wexner Center in association with BalletMet and in conjunction with Israel@60 programs in Columbus.
Admission$26 students (tickets required)
$22 Ohio State students (with BuckID)
MAJOR SEASON SUPPORT FOR
Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
GENERAL SUPPORT FOR
THE WEXNER CENTER
Greater Columbus Arts Council
The Columbus Foundation
Ohio Arts Council
The Blackwell Inn