What else is dancing if not passion, grace, delicacy and magic? These words accurately describe oriental dances that apart from the Orient-fascination carry with them long-lived traditions, rich history and deep philosophy. That dance has the capacity to transfer us to the ancient times when women were worshipped and their dance – inaccessible for men – was always with the aim of paying honours to Mother Goddess. The mystery, the lasting force and energy were passed on from one generation onto another. It is because of this transfer that we now are able to relish the richness of legacy within the belly dance.
Gothic style derives its origins from traditional dance, yet in its own right it’s a fusion of oriental, ethnic, flamenco and other dances. The style is named gothic for both the music and outfit refer to the gothic subculture, but also due to emotions we put into our dance. It’s predatory and dark, like the music itself. Gothic Belly Dance is a full show in which three components: theatricality, drama and playing on audience’s emotions, are used.
Burlesque is a cabaret in which femininity acts as a theatrical means of expression. This is pearls, tinsels, outrageous outfit and make-up, coquetry with a touch of eroticism added to nudity. It’s a show in which woman is presented from the best, gentle, but also predatory, side. All this and much more is expressed through cabaret and omnipresent sensual and expressive dance. Stamp and gentleness at the same time, which provides truly energetic show. If you want to have fun in a really tempting style,
see Show Burlesque!
Dancing at parties, meeting and on other occasions is something I always feel like doing. If anyone is interested, I will be glad to teach them how to belly dance or burlesque.
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