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The Batsheva Dance Company is a renowned dance company based in Tel Aviv, Israel. It was founded by Martha Graham and Baroness Batsheva de Rothschild in 1964. Batsheva’s inception was marked by Israel’s growing interest in American modern dance, mainly Martha Graham and Anna Sokolow; classes in Graham technique were offered at the time. Some of these classes were taught by Rina Schenfeld and Rena Gluck, who were the company’s principal dancers for many years. Bethsabee de Rothschild withdrew her funding in 1975, and the company began to gradually shed the Graham aesthetic that had dominated during the company’s early years. It was during this transitional period that the company began to include the works of emerging Israeli choreographers into its repertory… (

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