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Performer: Sharon Eyal

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BudapestKFMNew production

KFM
Lichtik, Mozart, Talbot
Sharon Eyal; Gai Behar; Jiří Kylián; Wayne McGregor; Hungarian National Ballet

BudapestOff Pointe

Off Pointe
Lichtik, Stravinsky, Various
Sharon Eyal; Gai Behar; Marianna Venekei; Hans van Manen; Hungarian National Ballet

LondonAisha and Abhaya

Lichtik: Aisha and Abhaya
Sharon Eyal; Gai Behar; Rambert; Kibwe Tavares; Uldus Bakhtiozina
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Timeless and uplifting: NDT1 dances Crystal Pite

Solo Echo © Rahi Rezvani
Nederlands Dans Theater 1’s new triple bill premieres Imre Van Opstal and Marne Van Opstal's Take Root alongside works by Sharon Eyal, Gai Behar and Crystal Pite. 
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Ballet in Bern: Kontraste takes a mixed reception

Bern Ballet in Jo Strømgren’s Salve Regina © Gregory Batardon
In the Swiss capital city,the Tanzcompagnie Konzert Theater Bern recently danced a two-part programme of riveting works by Sharon Eyal and Jo Strømgren.
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The body matters: van Dijk, Eyal &Behar at Staatsballett Berlin

Staatsballet Berlin in Eyal's Half Life © Jubal Battisti

Van Dijk | Eyal, is the Staatsballett's second programme of its newly acquired contemporary repertory: morphing bodies, subtly distorted, invite us to peak inside, exposing our most vulnerable sides.

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Berlin: Beyond contemporary Ballet

Staatsballett Berlin in Celis' Your Passion is Pure Joy © Jubal Battisti
To reassure the sceptics, the break from tradition of Stijn Celis’ Your Passion is Pure Joy to Me, and Sharon Eyal’s and Gai Behar’s Half Life made for a great start to the Staatsballett Berlin’s new season.
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Sharon Eyal returns to Sadler's Wells as new Associate Artist

L-E-V Love Chapter 2 © André Le Corre
Love Chapter 2 plunges us into the messiness of heart break and isolation. It's like watching emotional entropy as the performers gradually disintegrate over the hour-long performance, undone by the ravages of love lost.
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