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World Belly Dance Day 2016

Posted By: Nneka Opene | Dancing Around the World | May 10, 2016

Each year on the second Saturday in May, belly dance enthusiasts all over the world come together to celebrate World Belly Dance Day. Founded by Lydia Tzigane of Dubai, the main purpose of this event is to educate the public on the art form and history of the dance, while celebrating its beauty and mystique. Another main idea is to promote community service, as event hosts are asked to spread good will by donating all event proceeds to charity.

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Salsa Atomica’s 9 Year Anniversary Party

Posted By: Nneka Opene | Salsa Dancing | May 03, 2016

What could be better than celebrating a special anniversary party? Why that would be celebrating two very special events at once. This Wednesday, May 4th, ATOMIC commemorates its ninth year of its popular salsa dance social, aptly referred to as “Salsa Atomica”. For nearly a decade, the ballroom has grown a solid community of dedicated dancers who come from a variety of dance disciplines and backgrounds. With all of the competition out there and number of places opening and shutting down so quickly, ATOMIC’s decade long presence is a feat to be celebrated.

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World Dance Day 2016

Posted By: Nneka Opene | Dancing Around the World | Apr 26, 2016

Grab your dancing shoes and get them ready for the global arts spectacular known as World Dance Day or International Dance Day. On April 29, 2016 countless organizations in numerous countries will observe this special day that has a very special mission.

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The time has come again when the Emerald Ball shines its glitzy glamour upon Southern California. Said to be one of the oldest ballroom competitions in U.S. history, this illustrious event began in San Francisco under Sheila and Ken Sloan. After promoting it for about 25 years prior, Wayne and Donna Eng purchased the Emerald Ball Championships, and by 1994 became the sole organizers – ultimately catapulting the event into massive popularity and notoriety.

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National Water Dance

Posted By: Nneka Opene | Dancing Around the World | Apr 12, 2016

When you hear the phrase Water Dance what likely comes to mind are images of synchronized swimmers, or perhaps water polo players dancing around in the water. Although some might argue that these are indeed water dances, there is another type that isn’t as widely seen. On Saturday, April 16th, dance students from Universities to professional companies, and from Florida to Alaska and many states in between will gather at the nearest lake, river or other water site accessible to them and unite in a simultaneous dance that will be live streamed on the internet.

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One of the most prevalent discussions in the dance world is that of comparing one dance style against another. As some debate which is better, more technical, more enjoyable, easier vs. harder to learn, and so on, there are numerous categories for which seemingly endless debates can be had. With many of these arguments boiling down to opinion, one aspect that goes beyond mere opinion is the reality of what one should expect when switching to a new dance style after already having become accustom to the nuances of one particular style. The commonly raised question is: Is it easier to learn multiple dance styles at a time, or easier to just master one and then eventually move onto the next?

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