Valery Panov  Ballet Theatre was founded 1998 and headed by the international star of Mariinsky ballet and master-choreographer Valery Panov. By the Man with his own unique technique and the philosophy of dance. The author of two books «To dance» and «A view behind the scenes ...".
Leaving at the time of the Soviet Union, and received Israeli citizenship, Valery Panov, danced at the world's best scenes, and worked as a choreographer with the best leading ballet companies in the world -  at the Opera House in Berlin, the Belgian Royal Ballet, etc. Having finished his solo career, he managed to realize his dream - to create his own theater.
And with the support of the City of Ashdod, the Ministry of Culture and Science, as well as the Center for Absorption ballet school and ballet company were created, and based in the city of Ashdod.
   The main goal of the company was the development of classical ballet in Israel and abroad, as well as the creation of international projects of classical and contemporary choreography.
   The Panov ballet theatre represents classical and modern choreographic art all around the world Israel, Germany, Holland, France, Russia, Poland, etc. More than 100 performances yearly throughout Israel and abroad have always found full houses.   Panov Ballet Theatre's repertoire includes both classical and contemporary performances for children and adults, many of them already have the recognition and love of the audience all over the  world.
Today more than 20 talented artists from Israel, Germany, Japan, England and Russia, are working  in Panov’s Company. Panov Ballet Theatre acts as ambassador of Israel’s cultural life throughout the world. During its existence the Company has received numerous awards and prizes, and awarded by the Israel Ministry of Culture.
For nearly 15 years the theater, presents  such famous productions as "War and Peace" by Tchaikovsky in 2001, "The Idiot" by Shostakovich, 2003, "Romeo and Julliet" by Prokofiev, 2005, "Adios," 2006, "Cinderella" by Prokofiev, 2008, "Panovariya", 2009, "Impressions", 2010 and many others.

We are interested in the development of our tour activities and are open for new opportunities for cooperation.

Contact us for the planning and organization of the tour:
Doron Gehtman, director of the ballet:, tel.: (972) -52-61-64-777

    Based on the great traditions of Russian classical ballet, we are creating performances that will be understandable and interesting for today's audience and that, despite all the hardships of life, to remind you that in this world reign, goodness and beauty. We believe that we will affect the best strings of your soul and make you fans of our theater.