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Doron has been dancing and creating dances since he was a child. His artistic personality is defined by juxtapositions: ballet technique versus Gaga research, choreography versus improvisation, and guidance versus independence. His choreographic and educational methods stem from understanding when to provide clear direction and when to relinquish control to let creativity unfold. This delicate balance enables him to bring out the best in himself, his collaborators, and his students.

He attended the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance in Israel and Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris in France, CNSMDP, as a part of an international exchange program. He then danced professionally for the Croatian National Theater in Split, Croatia, Compañía Nacional de Danza in Madrid, Spain, the Batsheva Ensemble in Tel Aviv, Israel, and ZviDance in New York City, USA. Doron is a certified Gaga movement teacher, founder of the "Super Chill Ballet" class at Gibeny Dance Center, and an adjunct professor at NYU Tisch.


In 2022, Doron founded More Fish Dance Company to focus on his choreography and community. 

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Doron’s generative work has been presented at the Joyce Theater’s New York Center for Creativity and Dance, DANCENOW at Joe’s Pub, Future Dance Festival at the 92nd Street Y, Judson Church, Dixon Place, Center for Performance Research, WestFest Top Floor, LABA LIVE at the 14th Street Y, CreateART, Prospect House, Arts on Site, Current Showcase, Triskelion Arts, Inhale Performance Series, DUBMO Dance Festival, Dance Hall Kittery, Denizen Theater, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Camden Fringe Festival, Gallery Dance Festival, Motion State Arts Dance Festival, and Mexico City International Contemporary Dance Festival.


Other achievements include a Broadway Choreography Intensive scholarship award by Dance Lab NY, Bessie Award Nomination as Outstanding Performer, LABA Fellowship Award, Motive AIR residency, mention in "Best Performers of 2016" by Wendy Perron (Dance Magazine), and Extraordinary Ability in the Arts O-1 Visas.​ Doron and More Fish are thankful to have been supported by the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Brooklyn Arts Fund, the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Young Creators Foundation (Israel), and The Sharet Foundation.


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