Back to All Events

Lubna Emam Workshops


https://www.facebook.com/events/369554210095372/

For the first time ever in Washington, DC! Lubna Emam will teach 6 hours of weeknight workshops on her stopover in DC. Don't miss this rare opportunity to study with an Egyptian Master Instructor!

WORKSHOPS (1.5 hours each):
1)Tuesday May 9, 2017 6:30pm-8:00pm
"Orientale Lubna-style"
2) Tuesday May 9, 2017 8:15pm-9:45pm
"Beladi"

3) Wednesday May 10, 2017 6:30pm-8:00pm
"Shaabi"
4) Wednesday May 10, 2017 8:15pm-9:45pm
"Saidi without Cane"

PRICING:
Early-bird before April 21st
$45 for 1 workshop
$80 for 2 workshops
$150 for all 4 workshops

After April 21st: Only single workshop packages are available for purchase at $50 each

Payment: Send payment via PayPal to indrazaira@gmail.com using "Friends and Family" option, so that there is no service charge. *Please indicate which workshops you would like to take.

Questions: Contact Zaira @ indrazaira@gmail.com or via this FB Event page. Thanks! :)

LOCATION:
Serpentine Dance Studio** in Bethesda, Maryland
** Exact location will be sent to paid registrants
*** Note location is subject to change to an alternate DC/Maryland area studio if demand is greater than our initial space can hold.

ABOUT LUBNA:
Lubna Emam of Cairo, Egypt is a world renowned master of Egyptian dance. She was accepted into the dance school of the National Folkloric Troupe of Egypt (Firqua Kawmyyia) and travelled the world most of her life with this group performing. Lubna has worked closely with the famous Oriental style dancer Nagwa Fouad as her principal choreographer. Lubna has travelled the world several times over as an acclaimed performer and workshop instructor. Lubna has a very distinctive style with very powerful "heavy" yet relaxed movements. She is known for her warm and feisty stage persona that engages the audience on a scale that is second to none. Her overall style and stage presence epitomizes the true joy and pride that is Egyptian dance. She is the quintessential Baladi girl! Lubna is especially appreciated for her interprentation of the Saiidi Style, Baladi Awalim, old-style Shaabi, Khaleegi, Melaya Leff, and Hagallah.

Earlier Event: April 29
Spring Raqs Hafla