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Dance More in 2013
This year is almost over. Actually, some parts of the world are getting ready to celebrate 2013 as we speak. I'm sure at some point in time, we thought about our goals for 2013.
Down Time during the Holidays
There is that certain time of the year where dancers do not perform, do not rush to have practice time with the troupe, and the time to just focus on her/himself. Usually, this time is at the end of the year. Why is that?
Dance of Expression
To know flamenco, is to immerse yourself in it. The dance is truly expression, so there is only one learn it.
Flamenco in Spain
My recent trip to Spain allowed me the opportunity to experience flamenco at its finest. International Belly Dancer Mesmera, coordinated this beautiful travel adventure that allowed myself and many others to experience the beauty of flamenco.
The Incredible Maud Allan
In this presidential campaign with women's rights being an issue, I can't help but think of the past, the struggles, the scandals that impacted women. Maud Allan was a rebel in her day, a time when women could not embrace their sexuality.
Facebook Keeping Dancers in the Know
Social media comes in all forms. With this, it seems the world is always at the tip of your fingers. Every type of issue, person, group, food, you name it, is represented on Facebook. Belly dancers who want to be in the know, well, Facebook is the place to be.
Believe it or not, musicians and belly dancers can coexist. Recently, I had the honor of meeting Sands Ethereal, a vibrant movement of music and dance.
A Surprise for my Mother
It was a late Mother's Day gift, but the expression on her face made the wait worth it. On May 20, 2012, I danced for my mother, who was part of an audience at recent show.
The Zill Challenge
Also known as finger cymbals, zills are an instrument used in belly dance. Dancers wear the instrument on their thumb and second finger, both hands, as part of a performance. It takes time and dedication to learn how to play, but one will never know unless they give it a try.
Dancer at Thomas Dolby Concert
Recently, I had the honor of being a dancer at the Thomas Dolby concert in Houston, Texas. It was a great experience, and I had so much fun being on stage with such a classy artist.
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