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Koresh Dance Company offers up Promises I Never Meant to Keep

Koresh Dance Company offers up Promises I Never Meant to Keep

Photo credit: Frank Bicking Artistic Director Ronen (Roni) Koresh reflects on change and responsibility in his exhilarating, emotionally gripping new work for Koresh Dance Company’s 23rd home season. Promises I Never Meant to Keep will debut May 2-4, 2014 at […]

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Koresh Dance Company’s 2012 Spring Season Features Three New Works, including Bolero

Koresh Dance Company’s 2012 Spring Season Features Three New Works, including Bolero

Coming off the momentum of their 20th Anniversary, Philadelphia’s Koresh Dance Company presents another stunning program this spring at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre. The show will feature three new works by artistic director Ronen (Roni) Koresh: Bolero, Out/line and The […]

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REVIEW: Koresh Dance Company

REVIEW: Koresh Dance Company

By Merilyn Jackson FOR THE INQUIRER What a wonderful thing when a city’s audience base sustains an arts organization for two decades or more. Koresh Dance Company’s 20th anniversary year is upon us, and the company proved that it deserves […]

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Koresh Dance Company prepares to celebrate 20 years

Koresh Dance Company prepares to celebrate 20 years

Koresh Dance Company’s 20th Anniversary Season, a Pathway to the Future  In 1991, Ronen (Roni) Koresh founded Koresh Dance Company in Philadelphia.  Twenty years later, the company has gained recognition as one of Philadelphia’s most well known dance companies. Roni […]

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Choreography aims for gut, not head

By Merilyn Jackson, For The Inquirer Artistic director/choreographer Roni Koresh sometimes cherry-picks the best-received sections from his earlier dances, gathers them into a sequence, then gives the whole a title and a vague raison d’etre, as he has with his […]

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Koresh Dance Company to present two world premieres during its 2010 Fall Season in Philadelphia

Koresh Dance Company to present two world premieres during its 2010 Fall Season in Philadelphia

Koresh Dance Company takes the stage at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre for its 2010 fall season featuring two world premieres by Ronen (Roni) Koresh, Somewhere in Between and Benchtime Stories. Performances will be held from Thursday, October 28 to Sunday, […]

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Koresh strikes gold with Israeli’s duet

By Ellen Dunkel For The Inquirer Inspiration can come from the least likely sources. For Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin, it happened on a plane, via an in-flight entertainment program. “Greensleeves” from John Gay’s 1728 Beggar’s Opera was playing in his […]

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Five Dynamic Performances & Two Celebrated Israeli Choreographers

Five Dynamic Performances & Two Celebrated Israeli Choreographers

Koresh Dance Company takes the stage at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre for its 2010 spring season featuring the world premiere of Sense of Human, by Ronen (Roni) Koresh and the company premiere of Passomezzo by Ohad Naharin, artistic director of […]

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The Choreographic Instinct:  Jim Bunting on Dance

The Choreographic Instinct: Jim Bunting on Dance

by Beth Kephart for The Dance Journal Love walks down the street and sits in the park in the sun.  It tenders its hand in apology or desire, corrupts the knees, revokes the arch of the foot.  Love is the […]

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New Koresh ballet explores primal love

New Koresh ballet explores primal love

By Ellen Dunkel, For The Inquirer Do people ever really change? Observers from psychologists to advice columnists have weighed in on that question. Now, let’s hear from a choreographer. “In 3,000 years, nothing has changed,” asserts Ronen “Roni” Koresh, who, […]

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