Noa Zuk

Noa Zuk is a choreographer and a dancer. She was born and raised in Kibutz Sh’ar Ha’amakim in the north of Israel. She began dancing at the age of four, doing folk, modern, Ballet, Jazz and improvisation as well as Martial Arts (she is holding a black belt in Shotokan Karate). At the age of eighteen she began her professional life as a dancer with choreographers Inbal Pinto and Youval Pick and with the Young Kibutz Dance Company. A year later she joined The Batsheva Ensemble, Batsheva Dance Company’s junior company, where she danced for three years, performing up to 120 shows a year, in Israel and abroad. In the year 2000 she joined Batsheva Dance Company (BDC), where she danced for nine years. As a company member under the artistic direction of Ohad Naharin, Noa danced In all of his creations for the company during those years, and was part of the original cast of pieces such as Naharin’s Virus, Mamutot, Telophaze, Three, Furo and Max.