Balkan, Hungarian, Romanian, International Traveling in Germany for over seven years, he worked with ethnic communities (guest workers) in Munich, while teaching dance and performing -- and taking advantage of his proximity to Balkan and eastern European countries to pursue his interest in the study and research of their dances. He also lived in Bucovina for a while, learning local folklore.
USA Camp Event Dance Teachers past and future
Christina King, A dancer of many styles since childhood, Christina discovered Middle-Eastern folkloric dance and began her studies in 1992 with Tahjah of Madison, Wisconsin. She was performing with Tahjah's troupe within the year, traveling throughout the Midwest with them. She eventually started teaching informally and choreographing for the
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