An Evening


An Evening by Roy Assaf, established Assaf as one of the major emerging choreographic voices on our dance stages. His powerful performance brought the audience to their feet for the long and rare standing ovation of the year...
— Ora Brafman | January 2013 | Jerusalem Post

Six Years Later

Choreography  Roy Assaf
Dancers  Hadar Yonger-Harel & Roy Assaf
Costume Design  Eri Nakamura
Music  Moonlight sonata (Ludwig Van Beethoven, Piano - Wilhelm Kempff),
Dove sei amato bene (George Frideric Handel, Mazzo soprano - Myrlin Horn),
Reflections of My Life (Marmalade)
Original Music  Deefly
Sound Editing  Reut Yehudai
Artistic Advise  Sahar Azimi
Length  24 min.
Premiere  November 2011

Produced by Curtain Up Festival. Supported by the Israeli ministry of culture


Photography: Gadi Dagon

It is rare today, in the frantic dances, to see and be moved by the simplicity and frankness found in this duet…
— Ruth Eshel | December 2012 | HAARETZ

Photography: Gadi Dagon

Well, if choreographers can infuse such overplayed songs, with the freshness that Assaf did, all is fair game again. His embracing duet, which devoured the stage in exciting bites, found a new urgency in Beethoven’s quiet composition…
— Brian Schaefer | November 2011 | Dance Reviews

Photography: Gadi Dagon

Six Years Later, is a duet with Hadar Yunger-Harel, which demonstrated exceptional kinetic synergy, as if two bodies, were sharing one mind. Its beauty nuances and intricate, astute movements filled the stage with a. magical charm…
— Ora Brafman | January 2013 | Jerusalem Post

Photography: Costin Radu


The Hill

Choreography  Roy Assaf
Current Cast  Avshalom Latucha, Igal Furman, Roy Assaf
Original Cast  Roy Assaf, Igal Furman, Shlomi Bitton
Original Music & Editing  Shlomi Biton
Music  The Israeli Army March (The Israeli Army Band conducted by I.Graziani), Giv'at HaTahmoshet (Yoram Taharlev),
I started A Joke (Bee Gees)
Costume Design  Doron Ashkenazi
Light Design  Omer Sheizaf
Artistic Advise  Ronit Ziv
Length  23 min.
premiere  November 2012

Produced by Curtain Up Festival. Supported by the Israeli ministry of culture

 


Photography: Gadi Dagon

Rarely is there an opportunity to see an all-male dance. These are excellent dancers with fine technical abilities and their technique can be described as soft virtuosity.” They glide” along the stage, fall into each, others’ arms, lift each other continue gliding, as if they. could go on and on...
— Ruth Eshel | December 2012 | HAARETZ

Photography: Gadi Dagon

Photography: Gadi Dagon

Photography: Gadi Dagon

Photography: Gadi Dagon


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