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Persian Dance Choreography with Katayoun: "Raghs e Bazak" Past

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 - Sterling, VA, United States

Learn how to use classical Persian dance hand movements to create meaningful gestures and tell stories. Katayoun will share an original choreography, inspired by the teachings of Dr. Robyn Friend, to a traditional dance depicting a woman's ritual of preparing herself for a special event.

The choreography tells a story through symbolic gestures and movements that may have layers of meaning and different interpretations. Elegant Persian dance steps, poses and turns add dynamic characterization to this stage-worthy dance that will help dancers of all styles improve their posture and stage presence.

This workshop is suitable for all levels. Advanced students who wish to attempt the level change to the floor work should bring knee pads. If attempting the floor work, you may wish to bring a long circle skirt to practice the turn concept.


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