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    Quote Originally Posted by Yshka View Post
    I'm going to Malagá in april to Victoria Ivanova's festival. Going to take workshops with Farida Fahmy and Asi Haskal. I'm so excited!!

    Anyone going (Zurah maybe?)? Would love to meet any of you there!
    Unfortunately, I have to travel on March to take care of some family () and business affairs, which leaves me broke for Apr. So I'm workshopped out, but I'll be sure to mention it in class, and maybe I will be able to enjoy it vicariously through one of my classmates (grr... I'm so disappointed.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stella Zahir View Post
    Nuriya has send me an e-mail and she is abraod for workshops.I am sure she will answer to you as soon as possible!
    Yeah I just got an email as well... But I am always like this, panicking that I won't get my ticket in time and miss the show hihi :p bad habit I guess... I am just so excited

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adiva View Post
    The thing that worries is me is that I have paid for my ticket but not yet received them!!! The organiser of the festival doesn't reply to my email so I'm wondering what's wrong :s

    Hopefully you'll be able to make it!!!!

    Dear Adiva,
    I also bought my ticket to see the show next week. Nuriyya just answered my emails. I was worried as well, because I had not heard from her. Did you sign up for any of the workshops?

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    I will be attending:

    03-02-08 The People's Choice, MA
    03-29-08 Shimmies for a Cure II, MA
    04-12-08 Amy Sigil's workshop, CT
    06-06-08 Spring Caravan, NJ (Fri thru Sun)
    07-13-08 Riskallah Riyad's workshop, MA
    October-08 Rakkasah East, NJ (Wed thru Sun)
    10-19-08 Raks Spooki III, MA

    And probably lots o' stuff in between. : )

    Anyone else going to any of these?

    Miranda

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    Quote Originally Posted by A'isha Azar View Post
    Dear Gang,
    Well, I don't know if this counts, but I am teaching a costume workshop tomorrow. We will cover a history of the belly dance costume, three different basic construction types for belts and how to make them really fit properly, how to cover a bra with fabric when necessary, several different flatwork beading techniques for great appliques, etc.
    After the workshop, my dance company is sponsoring the area's first Belly Dance Swapmeet. It should be fun!
    Regards,
    A'isha
    Dear A'isha:
    This sounds like a very interesting workshop. I like to do some sewing myself, nothing fancy, but one day I would like to design and make my own BD costume. You should come to Belgium and teach a costume workshop, and while you are here, teach some BD moves!
    Fadua

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    Quote Originally Posted by fadua21 View Post
    Dear Adiva,
    I also bought my ticket to see the show next week. Nuriyya just answered my emails. I was worried as well, because I had not heard from her. Did you sign up for any of the workshops?
    Unfortunately I can't attend any workshops because I am working that weekend and my shifts go from 7 am until 7.30 pm so nothing for me :s
    But I am excited to see the show though

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    Quote Originally Posted by fadua21 View Post
    Dear A'isha:
    This sounds like a very interesting workshop. I like to do some sewing myself, nothing fancy, but one day I would like to design and make my own BD costume. You should come to Belgium and teach a costume workshop, and while you are here, teach some BD moves!
    Fadua

    Dear Fadua,
    I would love to teach in Europe, both costuming and dance classes!
    Regards,
    A'isha

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    Oh A'isha you should come. Make a European Tour! Come to Denmark and save us!
    immer glimmer

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    Quote Originally Posted by gisela View Post
    Oh A'isha you should come. Make a European Tour! Come to Denmark and save us!
    Dear Gisela,
    I wish it was that simple!! Usually people sponsor instructors, because if we just show up, we do not have an itinerary,a place to teach or sleep or perform, etc. If you know of someone who sponsors dancers, you could let them know that you would attend an event where I am the presenter. That might give them an incentive to sponsor me. Then I would fly over to Europe and meet some of the wonderful dancersfrom here on this forum. I would love that.
    I am stopping off at Heathrow Airport for a few hours on my way to Cairo in April. Does that count??
    Regards,
    A'isha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adiva View Post
    By the way Fadua, maybe you can help me. Perhaps you remember the drum solo by Farah? It was in part 2, right before Artemisia had her veil dance? I just loved the song Farah used for her drum solo and I was wondering if perhaps you know the title-artist of that song?

    Are you french or flemish-speaking? Or both
    Dear Adiva,
    I found out the name of the song, is: Drum Language by Issam Houshan. Is in the album Masters of Arabian Percussion.
    Hope this info helps. Take care,
    Fadua

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