Danny Pollock, Israeli Dance
Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 7:30pm
Snow date: Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 7:30pm
Danny Pollock was born in Israel and has been teaching and performing Israeli folk dance throughout the New York Metropolitan area and beyond for many years. Influenced by Arab, Romanian, and Russian styling in addition to the styling of his native Israeli, Danny is a well-known master teacher of Israeli folk dance.
Danny has led his own classes and sessions, as well as regularly guest teaching at other folk dance sessions. His weekly classes are among the most popular offerings at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan. Danny has taught Israeli folk dance classes, sessions, and workshops for many years. Danny has also led teacher-training workshops and has choreographed more than a dozen dances for children. He has performed with numerous Israeli dance troupes including "Ayalah" and "Kalanit" in Philadelphia, "Parparim" in New York City, "Screaming Sa'adya & the Electric Camels" in Boston, as well as doing his own solo performances. For more than fifteen years, he has served as a Tap Captain for Macy's "Tap-O-Mania." Danny has been involved with New York's Annual Israeli Folk Dance Festival through the years in numerous capacities, serving as dance assistant to the director, performer, festival group choreographer, festival finale director and choreographer, and as community dance leader. Sponsored by Friend of a Friend/Chaverot and Brotherhood
Congregants $10; Non Congregants $20
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