Faculty Profile Ido Tadmor

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    Ido Tadmor

    Ido Tadmor



    Ido Tadmor celebrates over thirty years as an international dance artist and choreographer and is the 2011 winner of the highly respected "Landau Prize" in Israel for life achievement. Ido Tadmor began his studies at the Bat Dor Dance School and soon afterward joined the Bat Dor Dance Company. He later went on to perform for the Bat Sheva Dance Company as a lead dancer and was also invited to perform as a lead dancer in the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company in New York. Additionally, Ido was the main judge on the Israeli version of "So You Think You Can Dance" for four years, and was also appointed as the Artistic Director of the Israeli Ballet.

    As a teacher, Tadmor has taught in the leading dance companies and schools all throughout the world including the Dance Academy in Rome and Artemis in Amsterdam. He was also honored as a Presidential Fellow of Chapman University, and for the past three decades has represented the State of Israel around the world as an “Ambassador of Dance”. Tadmor has been awarded several grants from numerous sources including The American Israel Cultural Foundation, Municipality of Tel Aviv, Municipality of Haifa and other public bodies and foundations encouraging cultural activities in Israel.

    Ido's work and Mr- the choreographers’ cut (with choreographer Rachel Erdos) internationally premiered at the “Between the Seas Festival” in New York and at the Kennedy Centre in Washington DC. Ido has also presented work in Cyprus, Germany, Croatia, Brazil, California, Hong Kong, Netherlands, Poland, Korea, Senegal, Lithuania, and Angola. His creation The Empty Room participated at the “Sergei Diaghilev Competition of Choreographic Art” in Poland and won two prizes. Ido was also appointed as Artistic Director of the Israeli Ballet. In 2013 Ido premiered Engagé as a Poland-Israel collaboration with the Zawirowania Dance Theatre with dancer Elwira Piorun–ex soloist of Polish Dance Theatre and the Polish National Ballet.

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