The festival featured a variety of Israeli dance styles ranging from traditional to modern dance numbers. Since its inception in 1977, the festival has sought to promote Israeli folk dancing in Boston and to provide dancers with the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas.
Bringing together dancers from throughout the U.S., Canada and Brazil, this year’s performance marked 43 years of the Israel Folkdance Festival of Boston celebrating Jewish and Israeli dance in all its forms. For The Rashi School, it was the ninth consecutive year participating in the festival. It was an amazing experience for the Rashi students—one they will never forget.
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