Musicality of Middle Eastern
refers to fittingdance
being played, with the goal of relating
the dance to the music'srhythm
, and mood. Dancers usually step on thebeats
of the music,
and may vary the size of their movements with the volume of the music”.
Middle Eastern Music for Dancers
It is a dancer’s
responsibility to visually portray the music that she is dancing to. This is where developing an ear for Middle Eastern
music becomes a valuable tool.
Serena Ramzy Bellydance Drum Solo Workshop
1-4pm Sunday 8th September 2013
£30 in advance, £35 on the door
Studioso, Royal House, Terminus Terrace, Southampton, SO14 3FD
It is my privilege to host Master Teacher & Performer Serena Ramzy who will be teaching an Egyptian Dance Drum Solo workshop at StudioSo, Southampton on Sunday 8th September 2013.
Don't miss this opportunity to train with one of the best International Teachers and Performers of the Bellydance World!
Correct posture is the foundation of all belly dance moves. It provides a grounded and centralised core from which each move can originate and be performed safely.
When correct posture is exercised it will allow you to develop strength, control, fluidity and grace as well as an improved silhouette and body line.
The key points to remembering correct posture are:
1. Feet parallel and placed hip width apart-beneath the hip bones
History Of Bellydance Part 1: Origins
Bellydance is thousands of years old with its origins in the Middle East and North Africa. There are many different theories as to where and how Bellydance originated. Some of these theories are based upon fantasy and speculation and others upon observation of cultural and anthropological traditions. As the true origin has never been officially documented it has been left to historians, dance ethnologists and enthusiasts to delve deep into the possible origins of this beautiful ancient and evolving dance form.
Yesterday I received my copy of the electronic dance flyer
that advertises Hossam & Serena Ramzy’s Club Baklava II Showcase. As I scrolled down the page I was impressed
by the listing of both local and international dance stars and rising talent, some
of whom will have travelled from overseas to take part in this illustrious
Club Baklava is a showcase that allows teachers and
performers to share their passion and skill for the dance with an enthusiastic
audience. It is also a great opportunity
to network and meet like-minded dancers and best of all to be championed by the
infamous duo of Hossam & Serena Ramzy, as the chance to perform is by