In this segment, members of the Batsheva, the Young Ensemble break out of the line for fleeting, frantic solos.
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The Israeli company’s Young Ensemble performed Ohad Naharin’s “Naharin’s Virus,” in which the dancers look like pawns in the choreographer’s game.
A co-production with the Metropolitan Opera, the “Giovanni” is part of an ambitious season celebrating the Paris Opera’s 350th anniversary.
Mr. Naharin, who has led the dance company since 1990 and helped make it one of the world’s best, will continue to hold the position of house choreographer.
Severe but replete with meaningful images, this production by the Israeli dance company Batsheva is laced with mystery.
Tomer Heymann’s documentary on the Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin is a scattered and somewhat confused film about an intriguing and complicated man.
A documentary looks at the choreographer Ohad Naharin and his process of creating dance.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater presented an eclectic program of works by Paul Taylor, Rennie Harris, Ohad Naharin and Robert Battle at City Center on Tuesday.