Journey Through Egypt 1 With Sahra Saeeda In Atx

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SOLD OUT!! Journey Through Egypt 1 is an overview on the movement, posture, clothing, history, and cultural diffusion in the different regions of Egypt. Sahra’s unique perspective follows how the dance transforms from the homes of the people to the sparkling stages of Cairo.

This is a 20-hr course. No drop-in or day-rates available.
Friday, April 17 6-10PM
Saturday, April 18 10AM-10PM (1hr lunch break, 1hr dinner break)
Sunday, April 19 10AM-4PM
$295 early registration, single payment by Nov 1*
or $345 regular registration, single payment after Nov 1*
or Payment plan of 3 x $120 on Nov 1*, Jan 1, Mar 1
Cash, check, PayPal, or Credit Card
*Deadline extended through November 9

REGISTRATION: This event is currently SOLD OUT. You may complete the application form in the posts below to be added to our waitlist. Please do not send payment until your position is confirmed.

While the particularities of every dance, and every bit of culture cannot be conveyed in the 20 hours that make up JtE- 1, Sahra strives to present a factual and entertaining overview of the dances of Egypt.

The dances studied include:
Suez Canal

These dances are put into the context of the local culture and histories. Their transformation from homestyle to the stage is also covered in depth. For several of the dances the students break from lecture to stretch their muscles and learn the movements that can traditionally be found in these dances. The way that these dances have been interpreted and adapted for the stage is also discussed and shown.

The course also covers many of the rights and rituals that can be found throughout Egypt, such as zeffah, zars, and moulids. Whenever possible, these rituals are described and explained with video Sahra has taken on one of her own research journeys to Egypt. Here you’ll find a play by play of what you’re seeing and how it is affected by culture and people’s perceptions.
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