One of Israel’s foremost choreographers and contributors to Israeli cultural life, Levy-Tanai was one of the first to integrate Mizrahi and Sephardi culture into her art. In 1949, she founded the Inbal Dance Theater which she directed until the 1990s. In 1973 she received the Israel Prize in Art, Music and Dance.
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