Morocco (C. Varga Dinicu) is considered the leading performer & authority in her field internationally, evidenced by frequent invitations to teach master seminars everywhere - even in Morocco, Egypt & Turkey.
USA Camp Event Dance Teachers past and future
Cassandra Shore began performing Middle Eastern dance in 1975, as a student of Jamila Salimpour, and quickly became one of the most popular and respected performers in the San Francisco Bay area. Her intensity, musicality and technique set her apart from the average performer.
Lee Ali was voted Favorite Ethnic Dancer and Golden Belly Award Winner, 2008. She's a multicultural shapeshifter who bridges the boundaries between East and West, modern and traditional. She's both a riveting performer and respected a folklorist in Moroccan and pan Arabic dance. With a Moroccan dancer
(Veil, drum solo, floor work) Artemis has been dancing and teaching dance history worldwide for over 30 years. She brings her spirited and articulate technique to workshops, which always includes a lecture on the history and culture that generates the dances that she teaches.
American Tribal Style Dance
Darshan aka Cammi Vance chose the dancer's path in 1991 as she began the avid study and practice of
bellydance. Oh, there had always been dance in her life: music, dance, and spirituality were key elements
in her family. Growing up, her movement studies included ballet, jazz, gymnastics, martial arts. As with
many on the path, her soul ran off with bellydance and left no return address.
Karim is a native Egyptian who has lived in the Boston area for over 20 years. Karim performs primarily Arabic, Turkish and Andalusian hand percussion, including the Egyptian Tabla (goblet drum), Riqq (tambourine) and Segat (brass castanets also known as finger cymbals). He is a faculty member of the New England
(Dunvayi World Dance) is a world-renowned Middle Eastern Contemporary Dancer, Choreographer, Instructress and Global Fusion Artist. Audiences from around the world have applauded her mystical and innovative dances and choreographies that are taken from the tradition of the countries she is representing.
Life is a dance. Dance is a ritual of breathing, movement, harmony of the body and expression of our emotions; it is the oldest art form performed in ancient history. Oriental dance is an expression of femininity and life experiences. From ancient history to the present, we have been receiving, preserving and transferring the tradition of Oriental dance in our everyday life.
A life-long dancer, athlete and musician, Mimi has performed extensively throughout the United States and Europe . Upon herintroduction to belly dancing, Mimi quickly established herself as anemerging artist, serving as a principal dancer for Serena andMaqamikaze dance companies. She was also a founding member of Alchemy Dance Theater, and co-founded Vadalna Tribal Dance Company.
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