Duly Zornitzer, dance instructor and choreographer, is the founder and artistic director of DulyArt.
She has a B.A. in dance and a Ministry of Education teaching degree from the Rubin Academy of Music and Dance in Jerusalem.
Her expertise is teaching modern dance, jazz and Israeli dance. ..>Continue reading
While working toward her degree, Zornitzer took advanced courses at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
She danced with Hora Neurim, Hora, Jerusalem Students dance troupe and Karmon, performing at numerous festivals around the world.
She has danced in musicals as well as theater and television productions, including “Guys & Dolls,” and “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”
She completed postgraduate courses at some of the world’s foremost dance schools, among them Broadway Dance Center, Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance and Alvin Ailey Dance School in New York, Pineapple Dance Studios and The Place in London, Seminar Hakibbutzim and Matan Arts & Culture Project in Israel.
Zornitzer served as choreographer for the Oranim Israeli dance troupe in London, where she also danced with Adam Benjamin’s company, which combines professional dancers and dancers in wheelchairs.
After completing an advanced course in calanetics, Zornitzer worked as a certified instructor at Studio C. She was appointed artistic director and choreographer of Mehola Dance School in Jerusalem, and her compositions became part of the Mehola dance troupe’s permanent repertoire. In 1995, she established the dance track of Shoham middle school. In 1998, she was the founder of DulyArt.