The Belly Dancing Club is a fun group for people who wish to learn how to isolate, shimmy, shake, and body roll like they’ve never done before. Drawing on inspiration from Arabic, Latin, and modern music and moves, the members choreograph and teach dances to new members that are performed throughout the year. The Belly Dancing Club performs at such events as: Student Spotlight; the Habitat for Humanity Benefit Concert; the International Day Festival; the Nica-Agua Benefit Concert; and the annual International Dinner. Club members also audition for Student Spotlight slots. Anyone is welcome to join; no previous dance experience is required. The Belly Dancing Club meets 1-2 times per week in the dance studio (Room 2235) in the TARC.
1-2 times per week in TARC TARC 2235 (the dance studio)
What are some of your org's major events and activities?
- Student Spotlight
- Habitat for Humanity Nica-Agua Benefit Concert
- International Week Festival International Dinner
- Broadway Cares Benefit Concert
Why should people join this organization?
This is a great club to try something new and have a whole group of people who will be supportive all the way. It is a low-pressure, fun dancing style that promotes a revved up metabolism and boosts confidence, both on the dance floor and off. Members learn how to isolate many parts of the body to make smooth movements to the tune of many different types of music, and most importantly, it makes people smile, no matter what kind of day they have had.
Who can join?
Anyone can join.
Prof. Maribel Morales, firstname.lastname@example.org