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Keshet Chaim Logo For 30 years, American-Israeli contemporary dance company, Keshet Chaim has entertained audiences around the world. Drawing from the timeless themes of Jewish culture to preserve tradition and bring our stories to the stage, they have been praised for originality and inspiring performances. The non-profit arts organization utilizes interactive educational programs to inspire appreciation of diversity, creating excitement and curiosity about our culture.

Concerts have been performed locally at venues including Kodak Theater, Disney Concert Hall, Ford Amphitheatre, Hollywood Bowl, Paramount Studios, LA Theatre Center, Greek Theatre, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, The Shrine Auditorium, Japan America Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Saddleback College and throughout Orange County. Regionally, the company has travelled to San Francisco, San Diego, Ventura, Tucson, Washington DC and Sacramento as headliners for large festivals. National tours included shows in Texas, Florida, Nevada and Utah. Internationally, the company has performed at Mexico City’s Festival Aviv, the Bolshoi and Tchaikovsky Theatres in Moscow, Toronto’s IsReal Festival and at Carmiel and Arad Dance Festivals in Israel. The company performed most recently in Washington DC, at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference gala for 15,000 people.

The dynamic multi-faceted ensemble has been praised by international press for passion and originality:

  • "As powerful and polished as River Dance, Stomp, Celtic Ladies or any of the other professional dance touring companies" -LA Splash
  • "The haunting white-clad “Adon Olam” physically illustrated a 10-verse poetic Jewish liturgy with modern movement and graceful juxtaposition." -EyeSpy LA
  • "forging a unique identity…one of the few touring American dance groups committed exclusively to Israeli culture and dance," -LA Daily News
  • "An outstanding performance with a broad view of Israel's history and traditions" -Shavua Israeli


    Keshet Chaim - Press Kit