On a recent trip to New Orleans I was left to entertain myself while my husband spent the day at the clinic (as a Doctor in Training, i.e. Med Student), I set off to the French Quarter in search of something uniquely New Orleans, and hopefully Bellydance inspired. My first stop was Kruz. I’d heard…Read details
Have you seen an Isis Wings performance lately? Wings are the height of belly dance drama. Requiring the most space to perform, the dancer with wings extended is twelve feet from end to end. The highly reflective fabric of lamé Isis Wings can cast stage lights back to the audience and their opaque nature can…Read details
Over years of study, practice and interacting with other dancers I have noticed a universal truth: The really great dancers of the 21st century are always noted for their arms. I started thinking about this while in Sherry of Gypsy Red Tribe’s summer belly dance intensive. I hadn’t had a class with her before, nor…Read details
Since I started dancing with the Zivah Saphirah Middle Eastern Dance Troupe (as a guest in 2011 and as a member in 2013) they have exposed me to a myriad of dance styles that I had yet to try out on my own. Modern Belly Dance, Tribal Fusion, American Tribal Style (ATS), Latin Samba, and…Read details
Zivah Saphirah will be performing this year at the Avondale Pop Up project.
Saturday, May 4th 10:00-10:30 AM
41st Street South (Between 3rd and 5th Ave. South)
Birmingham, AL 35222