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    I dunno where are you heading to... I thin Eastern Europe has real BOOM of belly danceing, it is very popular, as fitness and as a dance. There are numerous competitions, and well sometimes you would hear some idiot say 'oh you bellydance, oh la la' but in general it is widespread and viewed as a decent dance!

    I dunno about the other counties..

    But check out that thread:

    http://forum.orientaldancer.net/othe...art-world.html

    About dance scene in different parts of the world!!

    Good luck! Love and hugs,
    Anna

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reen.Blom View Post
    I dunno where are you heading to... I thin Eastern Europe has real BOOM of belly danceing, it is very popular, as fitness and as a dance. There are numerous competitions, and well sometimes you would hear some idiot say 'oh you bellydance, oh la la' but in general it is widespread and viewed as a decent dance!

    I dunno about the other counties..

    But check out that thread:

    http://forum.orientaldancer.net/othe...art-world.html

    About dance scene in different parts of the world!!

    Good luck! Love and hugs,
    Anna
    Thankies!

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    I think artists do well wherever there is a cosmopolitan population -- not conservative and with plenty of appreciation for various cultures.

    I'd look for an area that had a really good economy and plenty of interesting restaurants, particularly of the Middle Eastern/Turkish/Greek/Armenian variety, nightclubs that feature live music of different varieties, and ethnic cultural events.

    A strong Arab/Turkish/Greek/Armenian-American community would help a lot.

    But I agree with the others -- you need a "day job." All artists do, no matter what the medium. You might consider looking for something that you'd enjoy and wouldn't wipe you out mentally and physically so you have plenty of creative energy for dancing.

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