Dalia Carella Presents
COMBOLICIOUS - Every Tuesday Night in NYC!
New 4 Week Class Series starts on 11/7, 11/14, 11/21, 11/28
$72 for a 4-week Dancepak (Save $16 -- must be purchased online in advance), $22 for walk-ins (you can pay for DancePak at door the night of the first class)
Join Dalia on Tuesday nights for a rockin' dance community class. If you're looking to add more innovative movement to your Belly Dance repertoire and sharpen your performance skills, this class is for you. Every Tuesday, Dalia's focus is on training dancers to improve their technique, stage craft and stage persona to make their dance performances more impressive and beautiful. New combos every week!
When: 7:45 - 9:00 pm
Where: Anahid Sofian Dance Studio - 29 W 15th Street, 6th Floor (ring bell and take elevator)
No refunds on classes or workshops.
Dalia Carella & Dance Fusion Arts, Inc. Present:
Sunday, December 3, 2017
Workshops with Dalia Carella & Alice Giampieri
Don't miss this Italian Dynamic Duo!
Where: Teatro Circulo, 64 East 4th Street, 3rd Floor, NY NY 10003
Time: 11 am - 5 pm
Cost: $100 pre-reg, $115 at door for both workshops
$55 pre-reg, $70 at door for individual workshops
To purchase BOTH with pre-reg discount:
11 am - 1:30 pm
Dalia Carella - Vintage Oriental/Flamenco Araby
An exploration into fusing two dance forms, weaving them into a romantic, passionate and fiery tapestry of movement with integrity. Beautiful arm and hand technique, hip movement and moderate skirt work will meld into a combination/choreography to the beautiful Egyptian music classic, "Yamsafir Wahdak". Please bring a chiffon oriental dance skirt (at least 6 yards, no slits) or a full wide skirt used for Tribal Dance or Roma (Gypsy) Dance.
2:30 - 5 pm
Alice Giampieri - Tribal Fusion --Technique, Fluidity & Expression
This workshop will explore the different aspects of movement -- fluidity, intensity, pace & tempo, and work on balance and suspension, level changes, body waves, and incorporate arm & leg movements. Alice will introduce new and innovative combinations that aim to breathe new life and organic vitality into your dance. You will be guided in a little game near the end of class focusing on how to vary movement with emotion and expression, and learning how your body and your dance reacts to the changes.
Dalia Carella is an internationally renowned Near/Middle Eastern and world fusion solo artist, choreographer, master teacher, and the Founder/Artistic Director of the Dalia Carella Dance Collective. Dalia has delved deeply in Near Eastern and Turkish Romani dance, as well as Flamenco, Indian, Bollywood/Bhangra, Afro-Haitian, Samba, Salsa, Bomba and Plena, Tango, jazz and ballet. The dance forms Dalia teaches around the world are Dance Orientale Cabaret, Belly Dance Contemporary, Flamenco Araby, Turkish Romani and Belly Dance Tango Fusion. Her rich background has lead her to make works utilizing both ethnic and contemporary movement. She is known for her explorations into cultural dance forms, her precise and seamless blending of traditional and modern dance in the theatrical context, and for her dark and sultry cabaret styling. Of her 2004 New York City off-Broadway show “In Search of A Goddess”, Lisa Jo Sagolla from Backstage wrote: “Dalia Carella has star power. Performing a highly original fusion of Middle Eastern, modern, and other world dance forms, she bewitches her spectators, while seeming to excite herself, with a sizzling allure that is almost frightening.” Dalia numerous concerts and teaching tours have led her throughout the US, Canada, England, Puerto Rico, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, Portugal, China, Japan, Italy, and Turkey.
Alice Giampieri is one of the greatest exponents of Tribal Fusion in Italy. She is well know for her unique style, elegant, fluid and always full of grace. Oriental bellydance was her first love. She studied and taught it for many years and it continues to influence her vision of dance.
She has been member of the "Emotional Tribal Fusion" company De Nova Luce directed by Francesca Pedretti. She has studied Ballet, Flamenco, Bharatanatyam Indian dance, Oriental dance, Tribal Fusion and Tribal ATS and has improved her oriental and tribal technique by studying with numerous international teachers like Jillina, Saida, Virginia Mendez, Kaeshi Chai, Zoe Jakes, Rachel Brice, Mardi Love, Morgana, Sera Solstice, Mira Betz, and Kami Liddle, and she is currently studying Hip Hop and Popping at the Broadway Dance Center in NYC. She is certified in the first level of Zoe Jakes "DanceCraft" format . She directed her own school "Aynin" in Italy from 2009 to 2014 untill she moved to New York City. As a soloist, she has been invited to teach and perform in the most important festivals in Italy and has performed internationally in Paris, New York, and Barcelona.
Alice was selected several times to be a member of the Bellydance Evolution show "The Dark Side of the Crown" directed by Jillina. She performed with BDE in Washington DC, New York City, Miami, Japan, Los Angeles and a 28 show tour in Holland. She was also part of the casting in the premiere of the BDE "Alice in Wonderland" show in San Diego.
Alice collaborates with Francesca Pedretti in the theatrical bellydance project 'Divina Commedia', which has been touring Italy and Europe since 2014 with workshops and a show, and they recently successfully produced the event in New York in collaboration with Kaeshi Chai and in the UK inside the Gothla UK festival. Alice was a member of the Bellyqueen company in NYC from 2014-2017 directed by Kaeshi Chai. She is currently teaches classes in the Bellyqueen School of Dance and continues to teach and perform in Italy and internationally.