Ronit Ziv

Ronit Ziv

Ronit Ziv

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Ronit holds a teaching certificate and a bachelor's degree in dance teaching from the Kibbutzim Seminary College. Ronit holds an MA degree. From the Department of Theater at Tel Aviv University. She wrote the thesis on the subject, following Cunningham - a walk in contemporary dance, under the direction of Prof. Nurit Yaari.

In January 2018, Ronit returned at the end of her stay in the United States, to which she was invited as a guest lecturer at Claremont University in California, USA. During her stay there from August 2017 to December 2017. During her stay there, she taught technique, repertoire, and put on the shows, Deconstructing Form and Moving Our Stories.

Ronit broke into the consciousness of Israeli and international dance, with the award-winning duet, Rose does not wait for which she won two awards, first place in the Shades in Dance competition, 1999 in Susan Dellal, and first place in the Gertrude Krauss Choreography Competition in Jerusalem. , Italy, Germany, Ukraine, USA, Poland and the Netherlands. Pina Bausch invited Ronit to perform with the work at the three-week festival with Pina Bausch in 2004.

Ronit created for Batsheva Ensemble, It Will End Bad (1999), Marilyn's Night (2000), and Take Down (2001). She then created for bands abroad, Compania Instable in Portugal Undress (2002), CNDC l`ESQUISSE in France (2000) Apres Midi, and was invited to deliver workshops, in Europe, Russia, USA and Far East.

Ronit winner of the Rosenblum Award for Performing Arts 2020, winner of the Dance Week Award at the Fringe Theater Beer Sheva 2018, winner of the Minister of Culture Award for Young Choreographer 2005, 2002, winner of the Shades Award for Dance 1999. Invited to the position of Artistic Director Partner in Lifting the Screen for four years 2010-2013.

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