Koresh Dance Company was founded in Philadelphia in 1991 by Israeli-born choreographer and artistic director Roni Koresh, and is widely recognized for its superb technique and emotionally-compelling appeal. Mezze, meaning many flavors in the Middle East, is a dynamic program that includes music from the Middle East set aside classical favorites. Mezze offers audiences a sampling platter of highly acclaimed contemporary dance, drawing from the rich Koresh repertory, a series of works both lyrical and dynamic, dreamlike and simply human. $10 for Davidson students, $17 for Davidson faculty/staff/senior citizens, and $22 for the public. To purchase tickets, visit www.davidson.edu/tickets.