Afghan wedding dance ...
Although dance is rarely presented in a stage context in Afghanistan, music and dance are a vital part of the traditional Afghan way of life. Every happy family occasion is an opportunity for music and dance. The most known Afghani dances are the Loghari, mostly a party style dancing, and Attan, the national folk dance of Afghanistan, danced at almost all celebrations and rites of passage. Afghan dance is a very fun and engaging circular dance with a lot of veil work, hip movements and infectious music to dance along.
Mandira Improta teach a full choreography on the music of the famous pop singer Jawid Sharif: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nscK5ndyUdc
It is a super fun workshop!
Meeting: 28.04. 2019
12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Who can take part?
For all people with and without previous dance skills
How can I participate?
Participation only after prior registration
Where does the workshop take place?
Tarantella Theater Hamburg
40.00 € (VAT included)
Mandira is an international performing dancer / teacher living between Asia and Europe. She is an anthropologist and resent less researcher, in love with any kind of movement. She has studied many different styles of dance in the last 20 years: Indian classical dance in India, Silk Road dances in California (Ballet Asfaneh) and Uzbekistan, Rajasthani gypsy dance with the Kalbelya tribe in Rajasthan.
Mandira is also the founder of the Dance Sanctuary in Goa, a dance studio devoted to collaborative projects between different art movements & practices.