Oriental Dance & Egyptian Folklore - By Mohamed El Hosseny
  Details of weekly classes

Updated 30.6.2013

 

Detailed info on the weekly classes of Oriental dance
Autumn term 2013

The choreographies taught will be informed later.

Wed 17.30-19 level I-IV (Hosseny)
Technique according to the level of the group and working on an easy choreography according to the level of the group

Wed 19-20.30 level II-IV (Tuija)
Technique according to the level of the group and choreography.

Wed 20.30-22 level II-IV (Tuija)
Repertoire class for anytime students or those who take at least 2 other weekly classes.

Fri 17.30-19 level I-IV Folklore & baladi (Hosseny)
Technique of different Egyptian folk dances, typical steps and combos. Folklore is an important part of the studies of Oriental dance, on all levels. This term we will work also on the core-oriented technique and expression of baladi. We will also work on an easy dance. This class can be taken after completing one term of beginners' classes, but it's also very useful for dancers of all levels.

Fri 19-20.30 level II-IV (Hosseny)
Choreography class. Working on one or several choreos according to the group.

Fri 20.30-22
Repertoire class for anytime students or those who take at least 2 other weekly classes.

Sun 15-16.30 level I-IV (Hosseny)
Technique, paying attention also to arabesques, turning and spinning, body line etc. Working also on small pieces of dances of different styles. Very useful and important class for all levels, from beginners to advanced. Suitable class for catching up missed classes.

Sun 16.30-18 level II-IV (Hosseny)
Technique + choreographyi.

 

 

 
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