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Haddas Eshel, born in 1990 in Kibbutz Nir Oz, Israel, currently resides in Tel Aviv. She is a versatile freelance dancer, choreographer, and instructor in ballet, contemporary dance, improvisation, and Pilates.

Eshel's journey in dance began at the age of 6 with her first ballet class, leading her to enroll in the Ashkelon School of Arts, where she majored in dance, focusing on ballet, modern dance (Graham technique), and composition. During high school, her passion for creation flourished as she started choreographing short pieces and contributing to the school's theater productions.

Continuing her pursuit, Eshel underwent professional training in various programs both domestically and internationally, honing her skills in technique, improvisation, and choreography. She has participated in esteemed programs such as, the Certificate Program at Peridance Capezio Center in New York City, Haifa Dancers Training Program, Akko Theater Program, Kelim Choreography Center Program, as well as numerous workshops and intensives across Europe and the US.

Eshel has collaborated with acclaimed choreographers including Ran Ben Dror, Merav Cohen, Maya Brinner, Seline Baumgartner, Roy Asaf, and Deganit Shemi. She has performed works by renowned choreographers such as Emanuel Gat, Angelin Preljocaj, Mats Ek, Ohad Naharin, and Isadora Duncan. Her original pieces 'Ok, both', 'Drive', and 'Channel 3' have been invited to tour international dance festivals in Israel, Italy, Belarus, Austria, Ireland, Germany, and the United States.

She has also been recognized through invitations to prestigious residencies, including the BIDE residency in Barcelona, LOFT residency in Kiel, and the Zaratan residency in Lisbon.

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