“Dreams From Cairo” 2018 Schedule….

Please note all participants should have a fundamental knowledge of Middle Eastern Dance known collectively known  as Raks Sharqi / Belly Dance/ Oriental Dance. Our Instructors have been selected for their years of experience as Professional Performers and Instructors in the Art of Middle Eastern Dance.
It’s time to Enhance and Expand Your Knowledge.

Friday September 7

 

KHALED MAHMOUD

9:15am-11:15am – Apollo Ballroom
Technique: Egyptian Dance & Combinations Khaled Styling.

LEYLA AMIR

12pm-1:30pm – Apollo Ballroom
Technique: Oriental Taqsim /Beledi Progression

VANESSA

2:15pm-4:15pm – Apollo Ballroom
Technique/Choreography: Raqs Sharqi/Oriental Entrance (Megenca) using Choreography and Improve options.

Saturday September 8

 

VANESSA

9am-11am – Apollo Ballroom
Shamadan: Choreography for Oriental/Folklore Shamadan (Shamadan not necessary for the workshop. Bring zills also for the options with-in the choreography.

KHALED MAHMOUD

11:30am-1:30pm – Apollo Ballroom
Choreography: Old Style Sha’abi tableau choreography.

WARDA SHAHRAZAD

2pm-3:30pm – Apollo Ballroom
Theory/Technique/Choreography: Using the popular song Majwoody.

Belly Dancer of the Universe Competition 1st Annual  Las Vegas Regionals.

4pm-5pm – Sign- In at the Apollo Ballroom
5:30pm-6:30pm – Competition Show

Gala Pro Show

7:30 pm-9:30pm – Apollo Ballroom

Sunday September 9

 

KHALED MAHMOUD

9:15am-11:15am – Apollo Ballroom
Technique/Choreography: Oriental Megance (Raqs Sharqi/Oriental Entrance)

TONYA & ATLANTIS

11:45am-1:45pm – Apollo Ballroom
Tonyawill be teaching Zill/Sagat rhythms and patterns with choreographed and improv combos. Please bring your zills for the workshop.
Atlantiswill be teaching the sensuous uses of the silk veil working with 2 veils. Please bring 2 veils to the workshop.

VANESSA

2:15pm -4:15pm – Apollo Ballroom
Technique: Recognizing and feeling the music creates a vocabulary of movements without choreography giving you freedom of creativity and emotion in your performance while still staying artistically connected to the music. Structured improv is vital to your knowledge of performing with the music and not just to it as you become the visual embodiment of the music.