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    Default Aida Dina OR

    Helo lady,s
    if you could choose who you prefer to take a workshop with?? and why??
    Aida Noor
    Morocco
    Dina
    Lubna
    ansuya

    now you have to think that they al come to the town where you live....
    could you perheps also mention if there is someone you would realy like but is not in the names i mentioned...Thanks a lot Lydia

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    that's a hard question!

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    Well its easy for me lol

    Aida Nour, I've done 5 workshops so far with her, on various styles, from Saidi, to Melaya Leyf and next month to Falahin, so this gives the anwser.
    She is an excellent teacher, always great prepared, a bit strict, and thats why i like her.

    Morocco, I've done 1 workshop with her, and I just HATED the music that was used. But for western teachers maybe she is the best to provide info about arabic dance and culture.

    Dina, havent done any workshop with her yet, not going crazy with her style, but for someone (interested in egyptian style) like me at least have to study once with her.

    Lubna Eman !! What can I say? 18 years the choreographer of Nagua Fuad !!
    My beloved teacher to kick my butt lol 3 workshops with her till now.
    The woman is genious when it comes to choreo's
    I want her as my permanent and forever teacher.

    Ansuya well i'm not interested in her style, so no.

    Over all i just could be in a room watching Lubna teaching even me sitting there with broken legs (omg noooooooo lol)

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    Well from the ones that are not mentioned, i always feel happy breathing the same air and watching dance/teach Dandash.
    And Randa Kamel is in my list of teachers to study with same with Diana Tarkan
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    Dear Lyudia,
    I agree with Aya. I think Aida Nour is an amazing dancer and I would choose her, too. And Randa.
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    A'isha

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    I'd go with Aida, Lubna, Randa would be good too, I took a workshop with Dina and it was fabulous, so her. If Fifi would return to the States, I'd be sure not to miss it (like I did last time... very depressing).

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    I am thinking to have another workshop for my students and bring a egyption style teacher so now i can choose more easy ,Thanks

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    Awww, I wish I was one of your students, Lydia...

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    If I could choose two not on your list, Lydia, I would pick Aisha Ali because of her expertise in folkloric styles of the Middle East, and Dahlena, because she is one of the earliest pioneers of American blended style.

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    Aida Nour is recommended by both A'isha and Maria, so I'd go with expert opinion and chose her.

    But for western teachers maybe she is the best to provide info about arabic dance and culture.
    Why, Maria? I don't believe you mean to be condescending, but I feel a bit miffed in spite of myself. Unless I don't share a common language with a teacher, I don't think I need a western teacher as opposed to one from the middle east.

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    I would definitely choose Aida Nour and Lubna Eman

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