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Dances

Raks Assaye (Cane Dancing)
In Egypt, sticks were used for martial arts, and through the cane dance, have been theatricalized to express playfulness and fun. The dance is set to upbeat Saidi music from upper Egypt

Raks Beledi
In the Beledi tradition, rural Egyptian women came together to celebrate the joy of dancing. This style of dance reflects the return to the earthy rhythms of the villages and the drumbeats that unite them.

Turkish Sword Dancing
This breathtaking form of dance fascinates people as the sword is balanced on the dancer's head and body, as well as danced with in mesmerizing movements and style.

Gypsy Dance
This exciting dance fuses elements of traditional Turkish, Romany and Spanish dance. The interpretative fusion choreographies reflect an interactive playful attitude among the dancers. Colorful flowing skirts are used to express the feeling and fun of the music. The fiery, gypsy spirit of the dancers are a sure crowd pleaser.

Raks el-Sharki (Dance of the Orient)
A beautiful solo dance (known widely as Belly Dance) its elegance and complexity highlights the artistry of the dancer's connection and expression to orchestrated Middle Eastern music. The bejeweled costumes enhance the dancer's movements and fluidity, as well as please the eye.

Khaleegy
The Khaleegy dance is derived from the Gulf region of Saudi Arabia. The dancers wear a thobe, which is an gold embroidered loose caftan. In this dance, the dancers skillfully manipulate the thobes while swinging their hair to the lively rhythms of the dance.

Veil Dance
Flowing veils transport the audience to a delightful state of enjoyment in the eclectic fusion veil dance. This interpretive dance draws from a variety of music styles and dance traditions, and is always a pleasure to watch.

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