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Finding my footing…
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As I type this, our troupe is in the middle of the busiest performance season we have had in of years. By mid-March, we will have had eight performances in three weeks, when in the previous months we had closer … Read More

Spoon’s take on the evolution of Bellydance
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Tribe isn’t as dead as many people think, and over on Shira’s tribe, there has been a lot of eager discussion about bellydance fusion and its legitimacy as bellydance. Some purists posit that it is an insult to the cultures … Read More

Paulette’s Musing: Dancing with Grace
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Over on Momma Paulette’s blog she wrote late last year about moving with grace while still being grounded. I enjoyed this summation at the end of the post: That is what should happen in tribal when you are following your … Read More

Blast from the past: vintage Raqs al-Hamra
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A blast from the past! Sorry, there was no embedding was available that I saw: Our first foray at The Northwest Folklife Festival, back when we were Raqs al-Hamra before we changed our name to inFusion Tribal.http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x20e3_infusion-tribal_music This was our … Read More

January 22, 2010 Newsletter
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JANUARY CLASS NEWSLETTER CLASS REGISTRATION OPENRegistration is open now for all classes, including the new special session of HULA! Yes, Thursday nights we will be learning Hula and Polynesian Dance with guest instructor Cathy of Hukalani Hula. She is a … Read More

Passionate teachers…
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I have been thinking a lot over my holiday break about what it means to be truly *passionate* about something, and in particular, what it means to be a passionate teacher. It is more than showing up and conveying material … Read More

A still more glorious dawn awaits…
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With each passing year, I discover an incredible overlap between bellydance and geekitude. This pleaseth me greatly. 🙂 So I am confident that a large cross section of you who visit this blog will appreciate the following video. It was … Read More

Rest in Peace, Perry Lorenzo
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My senior high school English teacher, arguably one of the most influential teachers of my life, passed away last night of bone cancer. Thanks to old friends and acquaintances from school, via Facebook I was aware of his illness many … Read More

Renee’s look at ATS
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Today I stumbled across a tribal discussion on Bhuz from back in June which I missed (I was on vacation for my anniversary around that time), in which my co-director Renee was making some observations about tribal bellydance in the … Read More

Organic Process: The Art of Seeing
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All the way back in May, I was pondering the collision of modern media and the organic process of artistic creation. In that post I wrote: “A sculpture or a painting–even a piece of music or a video–is not expected … Read More

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