Discounted Tickets to Batsheva at BAM

From March 4th to 7th, Israel’s Batsheva Dance Company and artistic director Ohad Naharin will return to Brooklyn Academy of Music with the NYC premiere of Max. Performed by ten dancers to original music by Maxim Waratt (Naharin’s musical pseudonym), Max is an exploration of the pains and pleasures of being alive.

BAM is offering all tickets to Batsheva’s performances at 30% off regular prices, so tickets that were originally $20 are now just $13.50. To take advantage of the discount, mention code 10700 when you order tickets. Call 718.636.4100, visit the BAM box office, or enter the code when you buy online. Please note that this offer expires on March 1st at 11:59 PM, so be sure to order soon.

Naharin and a group of Batsheva dancers will also be presenting a special artist talk on March 3rd at 7 PM, discussing Max and providing a live demonstration of Naharin’s “Gaga” movement language. This is a unique opportunity to see Gaga demonstrated by the creator himself.

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3 Responses to Discounted Tickets to Batsheva at BAM

  1. Deborah says:

    Nice deal! “MAX” is a terrific work – you can read my response to it here: http://www.danceinisrael.com/2009/02/max-connecting-to-ohad-naharins-choreography/ I hope you and others in NYC enjoy; I wish I could see it again myself!

  2. Evan says:

    I’m looking forward to opening night next week. Stay tuned for a full review.

  3. Pingback: “MAX” - Connecting to Ohad Naharin’s Choreography | Dance In Israel

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