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Kate Gee

Kate Gee

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The American Kate Gee graduated in 2017 from Cole Valley Christian High-School. At the same time she received a dance education in classical and contemporary dance at the Eagle Performing Arts Center, which she continued at the University of North Carolina School of Arts. In numerous workshops she intensified her training in various styles, including the movement technique "Gaga" invented by Ohad Naharin. She first appeared as dancer - both as a soloist and in a group - during her studies at the Eagle Performing Arts Center and the Idaho Regional Ballet Spring Concert as well as at the Idaho Regional Ballet in "The Nutcracker". Most recently, she has danced in repertoire pieces by both the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company ("Horses in the Sky" and "360" by Rami Baer) and in pieces by the Batsheva Dance Company by Ohad Nahrin, interpreting works by Shahar Binyamini, Danielle Agami and also "Apartment" by Mats Ek. From the season 2019/2020 on she is a member of the Staatstheater Nürnberg Ballett.

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