Ghawazi Caravan is a Blue Mountains based dance company who perform Tribal Style Bellydance, a contemporary, fusion dance form that seamlessly blends ancient and modern traditions in a unique and beautiful way.
Ghawazi Caravan bring unique flair, glamour and colour to any event. Their specialties are weddings, hen’s nights, corporate events and parties. Ghawazi Caravan dancers are experienced in events from full dance shows with live musicians, to a short and sweet duet or a lively festival set.
Middle Eastern dance, Flamenco and North African dance are some of the strong influences for Ghawazi Caravan. They pay homage to the cultures they are inspired by, considerately incorporating them into their contemporary Australian experience.
The term ‘Tribal Style’ is a used within the Bellydance community to describe a style where the connection and interaction between dancers is a dominant part of the performance and this element is one of the most enjoyable and fun aspects to watch!
Intermediate ATS® & Advanced Ghawazi Caravan style with
Wednesdays from 6.30pm at Hazelbrook
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org / 0419184231
ATS® Beginners with Sara Arrell
Mondays 7.15 pm – 8.15 pm at Blaxland
$15 drop in class
Location: Fusion Movement Studio
15A Wilson Way, Blaxland NSW 2774
Contact: Sara 0422 950 121
Integrated Oriental and Tribal style Bellydance with Catherine
Tuesday Tuesdays 6.30 pm – 7.30 pm at Leura
15 drop in class, beginners to intermediate level, Leura Public School, Cnr Mount Hay Rd and Willow Park Ave
Contact: Catherine 0416 199 842
Bellydance for Senior Ladies with Catherine
Mondays 12.30-1.30pm at South Penrith
South Penrith Neighbourhood Centre, 3 Trent St, South Penrith, NSW 2750
Contact: Catherine 0416199842
See Classes for more information.
A weekend with Devi and April
Date: 9th and 10th June 2018
Venue: Blue Mountains Steiner School
83 Clear View Parade, Hazelbrook, New South Wales 2779
For more info, contact: email@example.com
Saturday 9th June with April
Choreography workshop to Alla al hbab. Set to the earthy hypnotic Sounds of North Africa and Cheb i Sabbah this upbeat and fast paced choreography combines moves from folkloric styles and the ATS vocabulary. This workshop will be spread out over five hours with a break in the middle allowing plenty of time for technique, drilling and then formatting into duets or quartets. No zills necessary .
Sunday 10th workshops with Devi
Learn a zill choreography to a fun and up beat folkloric piece Bedouin of Baalbek by Mosavo. We will spend the first 2.5 hours learning how to use your zills as an instrument by exploring different sounds and dynamics that you can create with your zills as well as learning some brand new zill combinations to both 4/4 and 6/4 time. We will then put it all to movement with plenty of time for drilling and note taking. Weather you want to use the choreography as is, learn how to play your zills in a more dynamic and musical way or simply learn some new combinations you won’t be disappointed! BYO ZILLS. ( finger cymbals)
$ 200 for the whole weekend
$125 for 1 day.
Level: Intermediate to advanced
Time: 10.30 till 4.30 (1 hour for lunch)
BYO: water, zills and lunch to share
Contact: Devi about payment options and any queries you may have
O419184231 or firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: please choose carefully. There will be NO REFUNDS. Thanks for your understanding in advance.
For more, see Upcoming Events.