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Sunday, September 10, 2006


BMDC Fall Workshops

Blue Moon Dance Company is happy to announce that we will be presenting two fabulous Fall Workshops: Costuming for Tribal Dance and Rhythm and Motion for Dancers, Saturday, October 7 at The Solution Center, Brighton Hall, 1101 Slater Road, Durham (RTP).

Costuming for Tribal Dance: Wondering what all you can do with that Kuchi necklace you covet? Or how to master those traditional tribal facial tattoos? Are you dying to look like a Belly Dance Superstar without breaking the bank? Then Costuming for Tribal Dance is the workshop for you! We will cover topics such as makeup tips, facial tattoos, costuming on a budget, hair and headdresses, as well as maximizing your costuming mileage. Ideas for traditional to trendy genres of tribal costuming will be featured. (10:30 AM - Noon)

Rhythm and Motion for Dancers: Learn how to recognize musical phrases and analyze both rhythms and melodies for more expressive improv and choreography. Basic rhythms will be reviewed, and concepts such as recognizing the down beat, counting, keeping the tempo, dancing to live music and ideas for structuring your improvisation and choreographies will be included. Applicable for all styles and skill levels of bellydance. And best of all, Blue Moon Dance Company's own musicians will join us during the workshop! (1:00 - 3:00 PM)

Details and registration forms for both workshops are now available at

Be sure to also check out our website for our Fall class schedules and other upcoming events- such as Haflaween 3D: Resistance is Futile, which is selling out quickly!

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