Israeli Choreographer Sarah Levy-Tanai Dies

Classic Arts News   Israeli Choreographer Sarah Levy-Tanai Dies
 
Sarah Levy-Tanai, choreographer and founder of Israel's Inbal Dance Theater, died on October 3, the Jeruselam Post reports. She was 95 years old.

Levy-Tanai founded Inbal, which presents works that combine the folklore of Levy-Tanai's Yemenite heritage with modern Israeli stories, in 1950. Her works include The Story of Ruth and My Love's Voice.

In 1973, Levy-Tanai was awarded the Israel Prize.


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