Israelisches Tanzhaus

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The "Israelisches Tanzhaus e.V." is a registered charity ("e.V" is a legal title in Germany and stands for "eingetragener Verein" - registered charity) based in Munich and founded in 1992 by Matti Goldschmidt. According to its statutes the ITH promotes Israeli folk dancing in Germany (and also in Austria and Switzerland).

Activities

  • The first activity of the ITH was the organization of a dance trip to Israel in 1993. 43 participants joined back then Matti Goldschmidt as the dance and tour leader. Until 2013 16 more dance trips took place under his leadership.
  • Since 1994 the ITH hosted annually two choreographers or session leaders for a weekend seminar to Munich, until 2014 a total of 42 weekend seminars were organized. The first choreographer to come to Munich under the auspices of the ITH was Moshiko Halevy.
  • In 1995 the 1st Machaneh Aviv took place, with guest choreographer Yankele Levi.
  • In 2007 the 1st Hora Sheleg took place, a dance camp for beginners.

Weekend Seminars

So far choreographers and/or session leaders from Israel and the U.S.A. were invited to Munich for a total of 42 weekends; camp director: Matti Goldschmidt.

For a list of dances taught at the weekend seminars please open this website

The list with 31 entries is in alphabetical order:


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