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Crouching Tiger Hidden Flower

Moroccan Evening: Atlantic Beach

Spanish Fusion Show

Dancing for the Minister, Cape Town

Sunset Concert: Stellenbosch





Crouching Tiger Hidden Flower - An Eastern Fusion Bellydance and Music Show with original music, Infinity Dancers, fire acts, swords, fans beautiful costumes and lots of fun. On 3 Septemeber 2011 at D'Aria Wine Estate, Durbanville, Cape Town. Contact 083 6030 264.



A Moroccan Evening at Atlantic Beach Golf Estate. 20 August 2011 with Music, drumming, dancing, and emersion into some Moroccan culture.



Where's the summer! We remember a typical South African Sunny afternoon and warm evening in January 2011 with our fun-filled Platsak Sunset Picnic Concert with music and bellydance in Nina and Stephan's beautiful garden in Stellenbosch complete with a stage and trees. Magical! We were joined by many muzos: Jackie, Willem, Liesl as a professional trio, Johan Lombard with solos, André with his flugel horn, and Stephen on drums! Sas Fick enticed the crowds with fire forms and breathtaking moves. Very Magical! Izette Mostert got some pics.


Historic Information on Bellydance

compiled by Urshulah

Middle Eastern dance or Bellydance as it’s known in the West is an ancient art form. It entails a lot of theory and practice but without the heart no art form comes to life! It is a dance which comes from within and is shaped by each person’s own personality, creativity and intuition.

The postures and movements of bellydance have a long and interesting history. Anthropologists have suggested that the dance was a form of ritual celebration of fertility dating from around 30 000 BC. Some of the world’s oldest artifacts depict the female figure in postures similar to those found in bellydance today. (Sharif K, 2004:6.)

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