Omri Drumlevich was born near Jerusalem, Israel. He graduated from The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance High School in 2010 and joined the Batsheva Ensemble in 2010 and was invited to dance for The Batsheva Dance Company between 2012-2017, during this years he produced and created for the annual “Batsheva Dancers Create” Projects. Omri Is a certified Gaga teacher and has been teaching Gaga and repertoire by Ohad Naharin and Sharon Eyal internationally. In 2017 Omri was invited to be an Israeli Visiting Artist in Princeton University as a Junior lecturer in dance by The Israel Institute. In Princeton he created and performed his solo performance “Far” in support of the Lewis Center for the Arts. Omri has been showing and making his work in venues such as the Tel Aviv Museum of Modern art, Suzanne Dellal, Tel Aviv City Hall, The Lewis Center for the Arts and more. Currently based in NYC.
Zina Zinchenko was born in Moscow, Russia. She started her dance education with Nikolay Ogruzkov in The Contemporary Dance School in Moscow at the age of 12. She graduated from CODARTS in the Netherlands with a BA degree in 2007. In the Netherlands Zina worked with various choreographers such as Ken Ossola, Anouk van Dijk, Emanuel Gat, Roy Assaf, Andrea Miller, Poul Northon and more. Between 2006-2009, she danced for the Itzik Galili Dance Company and with Stephen Shropshire for The Noord Nederlands Dans Company between 2009-2011.
In 2011 Zina joined the Batsheva Ensemble in Tel Aviv, Israel and later was invited to join Batsheva Dance Company in 2012-2018, where she trained in Gaga. She started teaching Gaga and Naharin’s repertoire in 2012 and has taught in Moscow, Tel Aviv, Japan, Poland and more. She became a certified yoga instructor in 2015 (Mysoru, India). Since her participation in the film The Tale of Love and Darkness (Natalie Portman, 2015) she acted in several commercials, short and feature films, most recently in Entebbe by Jose Padilha (2018).