Eyal Dadon was born in Beersheva, Israel in 1989. At the age of 17 Dadon began his professional classical and modern dance studies at the Bat Dor Dance School in Beersheva. In 2008 Dadon joined "Kamea" Dance Company while serving his 3 year military service. In 2010, Dadon joined the "Young Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company". One year later he joined the main company under the direction of Rami Be'er. Dadon perfomed for the next 5 years in all of Be'er's major works in Israel and on tours in Europe, North & South America and in the Far East. Over the years Dadon has worked with many choreographers: Eytan Sivak (Cullberg Ballet), Or Abuhav (director of Bat-Dor, Beersheva), Noah Gelber (under William Forsythe), Idan Sharabi (NDT, Batsheva) and the Artistic Director of ID&S, Tamir Ginz (Kamea) and Rami Be'er (Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company).
Today Dadon continues to work as Rehearsal Director for the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company as well as a choreographer. In 2016 established his own dance company "SOL Dance Company B7".
Choreographic works: "t,o tun,e", "Sol" (2013), "My Entrance", "Will Arrive", "Pishpesh", “5 and a HALF" (2014), "Surrendair", "L.A.C.K", "Croissant Al Ha'esh" (2015) for Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company; "Human Hero" for Jerusalem Dance Theater, "In the Garden" for Maslool Dance Program Tel – Aviv, "H'r H'r Inside" for the Danceworkshop Ga'aton, "Madame George" (2015). In 2016 Dadon staged "SALE" for SOL Dance Company, "Layers" for Xie Xin Dance Theater, Shanghai and "Recycle" for Jerusalem Dance Theater. In 2017 his works included “Same SAME” for the Moscow Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Music Theatre and “DU-K” for SOL Dance Company & BJ9CDT (Beijing).
Awards: "Yair Shapira Award" for his contribution for the dance culture in Israel (2014), Ist Prize at the International Choreographic Competition Hannover (Germany, 2015), Ist Prize at the"Dance International Choreography Competition of MASH (Israel, 2015).