Iím not Egyptian and I donít pretend to be, but Iíd be lying if I said I havenít picked up a few Egyptian habits. Being Egyptian is contagious. :) Particularly when you live here for a while and speak the language pretty fluently. Thatís all quite normal, I guess. But itís interesting in light of the fact that I grew up in a country where itís common for foreigners to cling onto their native cultures and resist assimilation. So when I step outside of myself and observe the ways in which my thoughts,
Originally Posted by henrygdance
What an original belly dance outfit! Lace and stretch material are smartly mixed for the best effect! Top is made of a simple classy light blue/black lace material top that you knot in the middle of your cheast upon a bra, playing with transparancy, very sensual! Bat sleeves will accompany your moves. Pants is also well design in black with some light blue lace material hanging on it. Belt is simply black and stretch. Try it, you will love it!
Originally Posted by Namiradance
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The Egyptian Panorama is being billed as a: "Belly Dance Journey through Egypt at a Time of Change"
To translate this into everyday-average-people terms, this means that the production is a story that is narrated and enacted through dance and song. The main theme is the by-now-famous "Egyptian Spring". Hopefully you have been following the recent and ongoing Middle Eastern
Here is a link to a recent interview Nada, the owner of the dance academy I study at did with Rogers TV. She does a little demo of how to do some simple moves with the interviewers.
She and the live band Layali El Sharq do a very brief and spirited Baladi demo.
Nada also talks about the upcoming production Egyptian Panorama here in Toronto. I can't believe it's only this Saturday, March 31st! Time is really flying! If I'm feeling butterflies, I can only imagine what the