Over the past three years, change has become the only constant in the daily life of the Israel Ballet. The 49-year-old company’s recent modus operandi is to keep moving, literally and figuratively. After more than four decades in the hands of founder Berta Yampolsky, the Israel Ballet appointed Ido Tadmor to take the helm. Tadmor joined the ballet’s ranks with a lot of ideas and energy but quickly found himself estranged from the position.
Following Tadmor’s departure, the Israel Ballet announced that Mate Moray would take up the job.