A Time to Dance, Interview with Barbara Supovitz by Andrea Kronzez

My choreography combines Israeli and modern dance and music to express the rich multicultural heritage of the Jewish people.

Barbara Supovitz article

Re-published with permission from the Jewish Community Center

THE JOY AND SPIRIT OF FOLK AND MODERN DANCE | BARBARA SUPOVITZ
BarbaraSupovitzExploring folk dances from Israel, Portugal, Russia and Greece, dancers will develop a sense of oneness and an appreciation of other cultures. Inspired by this vocabulary, dancers will create their own folk dance and learn some of Barbara’s original choreography, which combines Israeli and modern dance to express the rich, multicultural heritage of the Jewish people.

Barbara Supovitz is the founder, choreographer and Artistic Director of the Kinor Dance Company. She attended Juilliard and has a Master’s Degree in Performing Arts from American University. She was a Professor of Dance at Montgomery College for 20 years, where she also co-directed the Montgomery College Dance Touring Company. She teaches folk dance workshops at the University of Arizona and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Towson University, Goucher College, and Howard Community College. Videos of her ethnic choreography are part of the dance collection of the New York Public Library of the Performing Arts.

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