“Gesala” dance performance

The Dantzaz dance company is premièring its latest work, “Gesala”, choreographed by Gil Harush about traditions and progress, inspired by the town of Getaria, from a gender perspective.

Date: 3 July

Time: 7.30pm

Aimed at: General public

Location: Outside the museum

Price: Free entry

Limited capacity. Advance booking required

This is the brainchild of Getarian audiovisual creator, Beñat Gereka, who intends to deal with these issues in a documentary that will be released at the end of this year and serves as a starting point that generates new reflections and new resonances, this time in the form of dance and movement.

Dantzaz is a choreographic creation and development space for the dance sector. It puts on several productions every year that bring together local and international creators, in a laboratory and networking formula, with an emphasis on the development of collaborative projects, with local organisations and dance studios from all over the world. Dantzaz is dedicated to creating opportunities for the world of dance within a continuously expanding community, with an unmistakable stamp of quality, energy and originality.

Gil Harush, a San Sebastián-based choreographer, who was born in Israel and graduated from the Thelma Yellin Higher School of Arts in Tel Aviv. He majored in dance at the Rotterdam Dance Academy in the Netherlands in 2007, where he also created his first dance performances as a choreographer and also worked with renowned European creators and choreographers. Upon his return to Israel in 2010, he set up the dance and performance company “Ensemble Gil Carlos & Family”, winning the Israeli Union of Performing Arts award that same year

Book online

Tickets for the show must be booked in advance as audience capacity is limited due to the current extraordinary restrictions. Tickets can be purchased at the following LINK (https://www.eventbrite.es/e/159590400183). Given the capacity limitation, please notify us if you are unable to attend the event in order to allow other people who are interested to attend.

Free places will be allocated on the day solely and exclusively if ticket-holders do not turn up and according to capacity availability.

For further information:


943 00 88 40