in this studio – a Casbah Dance Experience
Morocco Does It Again!
Mark your calendar now:
August 7-13, 2010 in New York
For New Inspiration and Excitement!
a Casbah Dance Experience
at Morocco’s marvelous BIG Studio in the heart of New York City
6 West 20th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues) – 2nd floor
Summer Weeklong Workshop!!
don’t miss this opportunity to study with master teachers for 6 1/2 days
Sign up NOW!
Last Weeklong sold out in advance … don’t miss out!
$150 deposit (non-refundable)
Technique & Choreography
Limited Places – Reserve Early!!!
*6* 1/2 days of class
5 hours daily
9:30 am – 3:30 pm
in climate-controlled studio
usable Oriental routines (+1 folk technique)
Shaabi technique by Tarik Sultan with
*6* very special Guests:
Badaweyah (Malika Zubeidah)
Carmine Guida – Drumming for Dancers
Delsarte Technique by Joe Williams
& a lecture-presentation by Shira!
Saturday eve August 7, 2010
8:00pm (doors open 7:30pm)
by Morocco & her SPECIAL GUEST STARS
a true Casbah Dance Experience
Bring your friends:
their tickets are only $20 in advance,
$25 at the door (if space is available!)
Bring a costume – you will dance in
a major NY Club!
Seminar Music CD and Choreography Sheets for Morocco’s & the Guest Teacher’s dances areIncluded
***Certificate of Seminar Completion*** included!
Cheap, Safe Hotels Within Walking Distance
Morocco will give a detailed Explanation & Technique Class in GUEDRA & then do a Q & A re her book, “You Asked Aunt Rocky”. Get your autographed copy at the World of Orient Festival
Morocco will teach a beautiful, slow Oriental choreography to “Saddakt Khalas” by Saber Rebai, then Q & A re Morocco’s 5-star reference book, “You Asked Aunt Rocky”. Get your own autographed copy, followed by a participant’s performance – all at Husa Zahir.
Morocco will teach a joyful, varied upbeat Oriental choreography to “Basboussa” by Bassem Yazbek on Saturday (4 hrs) and a lovely, romantic choreography to “Khalik Fakirny” by Amr Diab on Sunday.
7-9pm – Q & A regarding Morocco’s 5-star reference book, “You Asked Aunt Rocky”. Get your own autographed copy. (Coffee, tea & treats incl.)
9:30-12 noon – Finger Cymbal Technique + a Short, Upbeat Choreogrphy
1:00pm – 2:30pm – Detailed Explanation & Technique Class in GUEDRA,
9:30-12 noon – Romantic Raqs Sharqi Routine – Fusing Movement to Music
1:00-3:00pm – Moroccan Schikhatt Technique
contact: Jumanah/ Caroline Butler & http://www.jumanah.org
Morocco will teach a seminar in Clinton, Maryland – more details TBA.
Raqs Sharqi (Bellydance) History & Culture Lecture
Where does this dance come from? How long has it been around? Who are the main pioneers that helped shape this beautiful art form? Dance legend Morocco answers these questions plus a lot more.
For the whole weekend workshop – Feb. 28-March 2, 2014:
When: Fri Feb 28th 6.30pm-9.30pm
Sat Mar 1st 10am-6pm
Sun Mar 2nd 10am-6pm
Lissa Michalak has been teaching movement for more than 23 years and is a confirmed anatomy nerd. She is a Middle Eastern dancer and is certified in both mat and equipment through IM=X Pilates, Pilates Institute of America, and the Kane School of Core Integration. Lissa taught teacher trainings at the Kane School before getting certified as a Dynamic Embodiment® practitioner. She is now a practicing Somatic Movement Therapist specializing in musculoskeletal injuries.www.somaticanatomy.com andwww.inspirationandexploration.com.
Required Text Book for the History and Culture Section
“Ask Aunt Rocky” by Morocco.
Bellyqueen Teacher Training students get $10 discount off her $45 book. Please pay $35 plus $7 (shipping and Paypal fees) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Send her your address and who you want the name you want the book dedicated to.
Recommended Additional Music Workshop on February 21st, 7-9pm “Essential Rhythms for Dancers by BradMack”
Questions? Please e-mail email@example.com
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