Batsheva Dance Company

Batsheva Dance Company is critically and popularly embraced as one of the foremost contemporary dance companies in the world. Together with its junior Batsheva Ensemble, the company boasts a roster of 34 dancers from around the world. It is Israel's largest company, maintaining an extensive performance schedule locally and internationally with over 250 performances and over 75,000 spectators per year. Batsheva Dance Company made its BAM debut in the 2002 Spring Season with Naharin’s Virus, followed by Mamootot (2005 Next Wave), Three (2007 Next Wave), Max (2009 Spring), and Hora (2012 Spring).