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Welcome to the Southern Vermont Dance Festival!  Takes place July 14th - July 17th with 100 classes, 3 Gala performances, Informal performances, Dozens of Community Events, Meet and Greets and Receptions and Dinner at Rudyard Kiplings house and much more.  Purchase your tickets on Eventbrite and have access to your own Vermont Dance Adventure.
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Saturday, July 16 • 6:00pm - 7:15pm
Turkish Style Belly Dance

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Danse Oryantal (Turkish Style Belly Dance) is one of the most distinctive styles of belly dance in America. Embracing movement and gestures that trace their history to the court dancers of the Ottoman Empire, Danse Oryantal also has another strong ethnic influence: The Roma (Gypsy) People of Turkey. Come explore expressive gestures, steps and rich movement vocabulary of this theatrical style. It is the Roma culture that has infused Turkish Style Belly Dance with much of its colorful accents and attitude!
Please come to class in comfortable dance clothes with close-fitting leggings. For belly dancers of all levels.

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Sekhmet (Yvonne Brunot)

Sekhmet has been performing Danse Orientale, known to most as belly dancing, for about 20 years. Originally from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, She first studied under Cyra Miller in the late '80s, then went on to perform with The Silk Road Dance Company under the direction of Laurel Victoria Grey. At that time, she not only performed belly dance, but also Classical Persian as well as three styles of Uzbek Dance. However... Read More →


Saturday July 16, 2016 6:00pm - 7:15pm
118 Elliot St. 118 Elliot St. Brattleboro, VT.

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