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Israeli Dance Workshop June 18-19

The Boulder Israeli Dance Group is thrilled to bring Argentine master dance teacher Marcel Marianoff to lead a dance workshop June 18-19 at the Avalon Ballroom, 6185 Arapahoe Rd, Boulder.

Marcelo is known for his easy-to-follow instruction style and his contagious enthusiasm. He has partnered in workshops with highly sought-after choreographers within the international Israeli Dance community. Throughout his dance career, he has taught in camps, led dance sessions, and organized festivals in Argentina and throughout the world.

Marcelo has a following of 1,000s of dancers who are grateful that he has taught weekly virtual dance classes since March 2020. He has been asked to join in on many online special programs and marathons throughout the pandemic and has graciously given his time to others.

It will be an exhilarating experience to dance with such an exuberant, warm, talented, and accomplished Israeli dance teacher.

All sessions will be held at the Avalon Ballroom
Sat, June 18 10am -1pm $25
Sat afternoon 2:30 -5:30 $25
Sat night party 7:30 – after-midnight $20
Sun, June 19 afternoon -1pm – 4pm $25
Sun night party 7pm -11pm $20

Space is limited so register early.

Registration forms:

CONTACT: Marshall Shapiro 303-641-6511
Margie Cantor 303-641-7690

As of today, the Avalon requires that all registrants need to provide CDC-approved proof of vaccination and booster shots. Our registrar will contact registrants with payment amount and options (PayPal is preferred), and ask for proof of vaccination and booster shots. Masking may be required depending on County requirements. Covid protocols may change as the situation warrants.

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