ENG Kamuyot is a piece performed by young dancers for a young audience. Created by Ohad Naharin for Batsheva – The Young Ensemble, the performance is conceived as an interactive event: the stage space becomes a public square with the audience sitting on all four sides, hence dissolving the conventional boundaries between the stage and the audience. In this way, dancers and spectators share a single breath and become a collective and generational movement, a participatory experience. With its exuberant energy and emotional depth, Kamuyot testifies to the tremendous transformative power of art.
by Ohad Naharin
sound design Dudi Bell
costumes Sharon Eyal and Alla Eisenberg
dance by Batsheva – the Young Ensemble
music Yapoos, Takagi Masakatsu, Ogurusu norihide, Drummatic, Fonica, Yuzu Kako, Lou Reed, Bobby Freeman, Nakagawa Takashi, Isolated Audio Players, Roletta Secohan, Flower Companyz, L.V. Beethoven, Tsipi Fleicher, John Tavener, The Ventures, Pan Sonic, The Aqua Velvets, Cirrus, Roberto Pregadio-Claudia, Boss Phobie, Haim Laroz
Batsheva – The Young Ensemble
with the support of the Israeli Embassy in Italy