Welcome to Bat-Dor Beer-Sheva
The largest professional dance school in the south of Israel.
We believe in the highest standards of teaching as a tool for promoting excellence, creativity, persistence and achievements.
Bat-Dor provides a warm, nurturing environment for both dance lovers and students wishing to become professional dancers. The teaching staff provides the students with a supportive educational environment that uncovers and reinforces the inherent potential of each and every student.
The curriculum for children, youth and adults includes classical ballet, modern dance, jazz, repertoire workshops, Pilates classes, music classes, dance history and more.
Bat Dor also offers enrichment activities, such as watching performances and meetings with celebrated choreographers. The students participate in a gala annual performance as well as studio performances and festivals throughout the country.
The Bat-Dor Dance School Beer-Sheva has gained an international reputation for training generations of professional dancers in its forty years of existence. Graduates of the school have performed with companies, such as the British Royal Ballet, the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the Stuttgart Ballet in Germany, the Monte Carlo Ballet in France, the Gothenburg Ballet in Sweden, and in Israel the Batsheva Dance Company, the Israeli Ballet, the Kibbutz Dance Company and the Kamea Dance Company.
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The School’s curriculum is based on the syllabus of the Royal Academy of Dance – a worldwide educational organization. This organization offers an internationally-recognized portfolio of classical dance examinations that meets the highest standards and is responsible for the ongoing professional development of the teachers who are members of this non-profit organization. In addition, the students’ progress in modern and contemporary dance classes and start with studying the history of dance. The girls learn point work, and the boys receive a separate class in the male technique. Read more
The School’s curriculum is based on the syllabus of the
Royal Academy of Dance – a worldwide educational organization.
This organization offers an internationally-recognized portfolio of classical dance examinations according to the highest standards and is responsible for the ongoing professional development of the teachers who are members of this organization. Read more