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Pauline Koner

Pauline Koner (1912–2001) was a solo concert dancer for fifteen years. She pioneered in television and was a guest artist for José Limon for fifteen years. Koner conducted workshops in Japan, India, Singapore, and Korea. She directed her own company, received the Dance Magazine Award and an honorary degree from Rhode Island College, and published two books. Koner appeared throughout the world, and her works have been performed by many companies.

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Corinne Chochem

Best remembered for her contribution to Jewish cultural life and for her unique ability to inspire those around her, Corinne Chochem had a distinct impact on Hebrew folk dance, both in her teaching and her two books, Palestine Dances (1941) and Jewish Holiday Dances (1948), the latter an original work for which Leonard Bernstein, Darius Milhaud, Ernst Toch, and Tedesco wrote music based on the original folk tunes.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Pauline Koner." (Viewed on December 11, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/koner-pauline>.

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