Archive for November, 2013

Public Classes No Longer Available… Inquire for Private Lessons and Workshops

After a year at FAB Music and Dance School, I will no longer be teaching public classes until further notice.

I am so grateful for the opportunity FAB has provided for me to teach classic styles of Raqs Sharqi and provide some Middle Eastern dance education along with dance training – something that is rare these days in the bellydance world. The students that have dedicated their time and energy are the fuel that kept me going – literally. I feel privileged to have exchanged dance experiences with them all as they taught me alot and it brightened my week to spend time with them. Stay tuned to what’s happening at FAB School as they undergo major changes for progress in early 2014!

 

Private Lessons:

Should anyone be interested in private lessons for themselves or for a group, feel free to contact me for scheduling availability using my website form here — Kendra Bellydancer Contact Form

 

Upcoming Workshops for 2014:

January 25th – Fifty Shades of Fusion – Saginaw, MI – Event Page

February 22nd – Workshops and Hafla – Kalamazoo, MI – Event Page

 

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Amazan ~ Save The Date Nov. 29th ~ Sho Gallery in Windsor

Click this link for more details: Amazan ~ Save The Date.

Save the Date ~ Friday Nov. 29th
Sho Gallery & hawkhaus

presents

Amazan

Amazan is a multi-arts spectacle of ancient eastern music and electronica with spoken word, dance, design, fashion and digital imaging—expressed through some of the most progressive women in collaborative performance. The music program explores Eastern influenced World music through traditional instrumentation accelerated with industrial electronica and highlighted by live performance, dance and design through projected images.

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29, 2013
Complimentary Middle Eastern Eats
Doors open 8:00pm, Performance 9:00pm
Address: Sho Gallery ~ 628 Monmouth Street, Unit 6

Amazan features the music of ancient-electro music innovators Konqistador, with integrated dance performances from Kendra Ray (USA) and Roxi D’Lite (Windsor). The production spotlights a dynamic creative team including; stylist Jeffery Wood (Windsor), illustrator, Christy Litster (Windsor) lighting designer Adam Marz (Windsor) and introduces World music master, Victor Ghannam (Xena Warrior Princess, Spartacus). Amazan is created and produced by Detroit based Reginald Tiessen and Elizabeth Graham. Through the use of visual projection, Amazan presents long distance performance artists Tiger Mei (Australia) and Mariana Castro (Mexico). Join us for a very special evening of exploratory art through dance, technology visual art and music.

Click here for a complete look at the project: http://amazanarts.com/

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