COMBOLICIOUS - Every Tuesday Night in NYC! Classes in Feb 19, 26

Note: Discount 4-class DancePak available 1st week of every month!

About Combolicious Classes - Dalia Carella Performance Dance Techniques - Intermediate to Professional Levels
This month’s topic: Vintage Orientale - Floor Patterns and Line Design

Join Dalia Carella every Tuesday night for her performance focused technique class. If you're looking to add more innovative movement to your dance repertoire and are serious about sharpening your performance skills, this class is for you! Dalia focuses on guiding dancers to improve their musicality, to really connect the music to the dance & make their dance performances more impressive, creative and beautiful -- extremely useful for stage, nightclub and special event performances! Hobbyists are also invited to learn & explore Dalia's unique fusion style. New unique combos every week!

*If you are interested in performing with the Dalia Carella Dance Collective, this class is essential for Dalia to see how you work with her direction and choreographic style.*

When: 7:45 - 9:00 pm
Where: Anahid Sofian Dance Studio - 29 W 15th Street, 6th Floor
(ring bell and take elevator) 
Cost: $22 for single class, $72 for a 4-week DancePak -- save $16! (may be purchased in advance online or on first day of series)

Workshops/Performance Projects


Sunday, February 17, 2019 - Please note: Pre-registration has ended, please pay at door
Dalia Carella Dance Collective Presents:
Flamenco/Araby/Latino Video Performance Project

When: 12-2:30 pm
Where: 305 West 38th Street, NYC
Cost: Pre-registration by February 15th $70 - $75 at door

Step back ya'll, cuz this video performance project is going to be a sizzler! You are invited to learn a short combination and then show the world what you got by performing it on camera! This work will be professionally video taped by Mila Gee then posted to DCDC's YouTube channel, Instagram and Facebook page. (Camera shy? Don't worry, you can opt out of dancing on camera -- come for the fun dancing.) You must be at least Intermediate to Pro level, and have some performance experience (no beginners). The groups will be performed by levels and also mixed in during the shoot. The music is by the fabulous Ketama with the song "Augustito". Let's heat up this winter season with sassiness!

What to wear: Dance Studio wear only (no costumes): black pants or capri tights, plain or colorful shawl at hip (no black), red or white dance or colorful dance tops, wrap tops, etc, red lipstick, dark eyes! (your choice). Shoes optional.

Contact me for info: or PM me on Facebook.

*Students who attend my weekly Tuesday Combolicious class get a $5 discount. Please contact me directly!


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.