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Liron Ozeri


Born in 1986 in Rishon LeZion, dancer, choreographer, creator & dance instructor. Started his way in the “Shoval” Dance Academy managed by Varda Shoval and the Revivim High School. The beginning of his professional career was dedicated to the “Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company” at the Galilee Dance Village, Gaaton, under the artistic direction of the choreographer Rami Beer. In 2008 Liron danced in original productions by the Suzanne Dellal Center for Theatre and Dance, and was prominently featured in globally praised and awarded works by choreographer Barak Marshall. Liron has performed on different stages all over the world in works by choreographers such as Sally-Anne Friedland, Rachel Erdos, Alice Dor Cohen, Sahar Azimi, and The Fresco Dance company under the artistic management of Yoram Karmi. In 2011 Liron was invited by the Israeli Embassy in Cyprus to take part in an international dance project in collaboration with choreographer Elena Christodoulidou. Due to the success of this project he was invited again in 2012 for another project and subsequent tour. In 2012 Liron debuted his first solo project called “Place” for the ‘Different Dance’ festival at the Suzanne Dellal Center for Theatre and Dance, followed by “Wernicke’ for the ‘Hot Dance’ festival Suzanne Dellal and “Caravan” for ‘Variations in Dance’ under the artistic management of Idit Herman. Liron has successfully completed a costume design course at the Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art and was immediately invited to design the costumes for a work by Rachel Erdos presented at the “Curtain Up” festival. 

In addition he also danced in original productions for children at various theatres including the National Youth Theatre, The Israeli Children and Youth Social Theatre (Hashaa), and the Mofa Theatre.  


Liron has been invited to take part in dance workshop in Israel as well as other countries and has earned recognition as an “Outstanding Dancer” by the Israeli Ministry of Culture And Sport.

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