Eyal Dadon


Eyal Dadon
Artistic Director & Choreographer

Eyal Dadon


Was born in Beersheba, Israel in 1989.

After two year of folk dance, at the age of 17 Dadon began his

professional classical and modern dance studies at the Bat Dor Dance

School in Be'ersheva.


Dadon joined Kamea Dance Company in 2008, Kibbutz Contemporary

 Dance Company II in 2010, Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company I in 2011.

In 2015 Dadon became the rehearsal Director

and sound engineer of Kibbutz Company 1.


Since 2011, Dadon Choreographing his own work around the world and

in Israel, he is leading his own dance workshops for dance groups and

companies.


During 2014-2015 - His work has received international awards in

Hannover, Jerusalem, Bulgaria and China.

Dadon got a recognition awards for his dance performance as the - dancer

of the year which contributed for the Israeli Dance and for Kibbutz

Contemporary Dance Company in 2014 (Yair Shapira Prize). in 2008 he

awarded as an outstanding promising dancer.


Dadon is creating for companies and theaters around the world such as:

Stanislavsky Opera Ballet Moscow, KCDC (kibbutz Company) Israel,

Xin Xie Dance Theatre Shanghai, BJ9CDT Beijing, Chang Dance

Theatre Taiwan, Jerusalem Dance Theater, Bayerisch Staatsoper

Munich, Gartnerplatz staatsteater Munich, Thalia Theater Hamburg, The

Czech National Ballet Prague, Hessisches staatsballett Wiesbaden, Fresco Dance Company Israel, Aterballetto Italy and more.

in 2016 Dadon got selected by the city Beersheba

to establish and lead the Theater "House of Dance".

There, he established his dance company – ‘SOL Dance Company’ where he researches movement with his dance artists. With SOL Dance Company he created his works such as ‘SALE’ (2016), ‘DU-K’ (2017), ‘TOML’ (2018), ‘ALGO’ (2019), ‘GEORGE 2.2’ (2020)

 In addition to his creations, Dadon is creating music and working with music projects around Israel and the world.

Prizes and nominations:

2008 – an outstanding promising dancer

2006-2008 – America Israel scholarship for students

2014 - Yair Shapira Prize