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DTBD Newsletter – May
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Happy spring everyone! Here is the latest from Double Take Bellydance: Performance Opportunities! This summer holds two performance opportunities in July, and we want you to be a part of it. YES YOU!!  Students of all levels are invited to … Read More

Student Spotlight – Jeni Bonano
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Name:  Jeni BonannoAge: 45Profession:  Legal Assistant/ParalegalHobbies:  Movies, tattoos, art, music, fashion, traveling, shopping, and bellydancing When did you first see bellydance? What were your first impressions? I first saw it on TV and thought it was beautiful and sensual. What … Read More

FAQ Spotlight: When do I get to perform?
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When I was a new student, I was absolutely rabid for any new information on bellydance. I was always digging around for new details about the styles I was studying, the classes I was taking, and the teachers I was … Read More

Steampunk Bellydance – an article and some thoughts
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 On a discussion over in the comments section on this article on Gilded Serpent, there is some debate about whether Steampunk Bellydance is a legitimate genre of dance or not–the article asserts it is not, and some commenters argue the … Read More

How many hours for a bellydance gig?
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In a previous post, we looked at The True Cost of a Performance. In this installment, we look at the incomparable Delilah Flynn’s question of: Q. “How many hours does it take you to do a belly dance gig?” Delilah’s … Read More

The True Cost of a Performance
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Over on Bhuz, they have some regularly featured blog posts that are fun to poke around at from time to time. This particular post I saw today made me want to cheer for all the articulate and thoughtful consideration that … Read More

Article: Tribal Fusion Bellydance on Gilded Serpent
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Have a read, and let me know what you think: http://www.gildedserpent.com/cms/2010/11/03/jasmine-june-intro-tribal-fusion-belly-dance/ “The “fusion” in Tribal Fusion Belly Dance makes this dance genre elusive and tricky to define. Two dancers could have nothing in common except a few core movements and … Read More

Brief history of sword dancing
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From Mish Mish via BellyTalk, a NW discussion group for bellydancers. It is confirmed by what Jamila told us at her weeklong, that she was essentially the one who conceived the sword as a bellydance prop: “In Turkey and Arabic … Read More

Dance Injuries – Having a Plan C
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Dance Advantage listed an article recently on dancers and injuries. Specifically the idea that injuries can take away dance from your life. I am familiar with this, having been on and off battling a severe back issue, and more recently … Read More

Bringing emotion to your dance
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  From my background in theater and dance, to a life seeped in bellydance and dance in general full-time, I have learned that one of the most powerful methods of showing emotion in performance is having a story firmly in … Read More

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