A dance from Rajasthan, India which is part of the fusion roots of tribal bellydance as we know it today. Enjoy the movement, the sounds, the colors, the energy of this amazing dance!
“Vintage” is of course relative. But here’s FatChance Bellydance on Halloween of 2001 at Amira in San Francisco. Loaded in February of this year, clearly the tribal community hasn’t found it and hit it hard yet, as of my penning … Read More
Sebastien Soldevila and Emilie Bonnavaud in an act for Cirque de Demain in a Montréal festival. Truly one of the best acro-dance routines I have ever seen. They are well balanced as a team, and the man also acts and … Read More
This one has been among my favorites on YouTube for a few years. I love that this guy just whips this stuff up in realtime with an iPhone! It does make me think about dance (yes really!). He makes it … Read More
This video is of Ujbaba from Moscow, the first FC Sister Studio in Russia. Right near the beginning of this performance (in Beijing, China!) is one of my favorite examples of the “lazy susan” turn that I talk about in … Read More
Now here is fusion done really really well. It is what fusion should be–a seamless blending of two styles, in which each style is gently massaged so the two styles become closely entwined. It should minimize the sense of “a … Read More