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Workshops

LONDON

Saturday 10 September 2011
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

THE FUNK OF THE ANCIENT BALADI

A Dance Workshop to
PLANET EGYPTFrom “EGYPT UNVEILED” EUCD 2316
Released January 2011
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DANCE ATTIC STUDIOS

 

Saturday 10th September
12.00pm - 6.00pm

THE FUNK OF THE  ANCIENT BALADI

Having created and established the concept of MODERN SAIDI,
we bring you a workshop that is at the pace of the heartbeat of modern
fusion trends. Bringing together the most traditional sounds of the
Mizmar & Nay in a most funky rhythm that you can dance many
styles to.

This is a workshop that will make you dance Baladi together with
the hippest of steps, bringing modern Saidi together with modern
dance and while fusion is the subject of the day, you will also be
dancing some of the best quality steps from the GOLDEN ERA of
Egyptian Dance.

Hip, Funky, Baladi, Saidi, Classical, Latin, African, Brasilian & much more..
This will be a workshop that you will remember for a long time.


£50

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to be part of the
Belly Dance Renaissance®
that we are creating.
This is a workshop for improvers & intermediates all the way to advanced dancers, however...
It is a must for all who love Egyptian Dance.

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Sunday 11 September 2011
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

A Dance Workshop to

BOSAT  EL REEH
(The Magic Carpet) From SABLA TOLO III

Sabla Tolo III - Advanced Journeys into Pure Egyptian Percussion

 

WORKSHOP THAT WILL ROCK YOU.

Using rhythms that are embedded in hearts & souls of the people
of the Arabian Gulf. Especially Iraq, Kuwait, Dubai & Saudi Arabia.
We bring you a workshop that joins together many cultures of this
world's TRIANGLE connecting Arabia to Asia, Africa to India.

A drum solo that incorporates many rhythms is portrayed here
by Serena in a choreography that you can get your hips into.

Apart from the various rhythmic aspects, there will be a high
concentration on technique in this workshop as the steps presented are
a mixture of Egyptian, Iraqi, Persian, Samba, Fallahy and much more.
This is a dynamic workshop that is a must for all.

£50

A drum solo that will truly make you dance again and again.. 

Numbers are limited
12:00 AM - 6:00 PM with an hour lunch break.

Price: £50 per day

£90 if you book for both days. (Save £10)


This includes a participation certificate and a 4 week membership to the
"Watch the workshops' choreography CLUB"
Where you will be able to watch the choreographies that you learned
for 4 weeks after the classes.

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If you wish to pay by Cheque, then please..


at

DANCE ATTIC STUDIOS
386 Northend Road, Fulham, London, SW6 1LY.

Dance Attic Tel: +44 207610 2055

PLEASE, reserve your place very early…

NO COIN BELTS PLEASE.
FOOT WEAR RECOMMENDED
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HOSSAM & SERENA have travelled the world with their unique and effective style of workshops. Whilst the themes may vary, their overriding mission remains constant, to help oriental dancers learn to intuitively interpret, and become part of, the music.

This crucial skill is the key factor on which Arab audiences judge a dancer’s ability, but is so often missing in performance and even more seldom is it taught.

Hossam & Serena present a unique opportunity to learn this skill, not just from the perspective of a talented dancer, but from the perspective of a world-renowned percussionist, musician, composer and international dance instructor.

This style of workshop stands alone, and the Ramzys employ a variety of teaching methods during a single workshop, including lectures, discussions and demonstrations of movement and rhythm, so that learning is achieved at a deeper level than mere repetition of a dance routine.

Whilst there is a substantial and significant element of dance techniques covered during the workshop, learning “new moves” is not the key focus. A choreography may be used but not with the aim of basic repetition of steps, but as a tool to understand how the music can be interpreted individually.

Workshops are fast-paced and challenging but even complete beginners surprise themselves with what they find themselves capable of achieving.

 
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