NADINE BOMMER
DANCE COMPANY

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ABOUT THE COMPANY

 Photo by Paul B Goode

Photo by Paul B Goode

Nadine Bommer Dance Company is a contemporary dance company based in NYC and Israel. Their work highlights Bommer’s innovative technique, the Nadine Bommer Method, sharing enchanting characters and imaginative stories in performative and educational settings.

 

Established in 2007, Bommer implemented the cross continental structure in 2015 after receiving an invitation to create in the US. Emphasizing collaboration between cultures, NBDC has since presented 2 world premieres (Suzanne Dellal Center, Tel Aviv and site-specific work, NYC), US performances in Battery Park, New Victory Theater and Jacob’s Pillow, and tours to Poland, Russia and South Korea. NBDC's US-based programs includes performances and workshops sharing Bommer's movement language and reconnecting to the imaginative truth in our bodies.


 

ABOUT NADINE BOMMER

 Photo by Paul B Goode

Photo by Paul B Goode

Born in New York City, but raised in both NYC and Israel, Nadine Bommer brings a unique perspective to contemporary dance in a fruitful career that has spanned the globe. After receiving numerous choreographic awards throughout Europe for her unique style, she founded the Nadine Bommer Dance Academy in Rishon Lezion, Israel in 2002. Shortly after in 2007 she began receiving sustained support and recognition from the Israeli Ministry of Science, Culture and Sports for her signature method and the Nadine Bommer Dance Company Israel. After receiving an invitation to share her choreography and technique in America, Bommer relocated to NYC, establishing the Nadine Bommer Dance Company NYC. Now both companies perform locally and abroad, and offer workshops in the signature Nadine Bommer Method.


"Bommer’s work is like nothing
experienced before."

- Theo Boguszewski, Dance Enthusiast

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Upcoming Performances

 

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Stay tuned for shows in NYC in June!

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