Hula Dance Course at the Ethnographic Museum

By on April 26, 2017

Hula Dance at the Ethnographic Museum – May 11, May 31 and June 4, varying times.
During three courses, we explore the probably most beautiful dance form on earth and learn the basic steps and movements of both the softer form of Hula, Hawaii, to beautiful romantic Hawaiian music with ukulele and the faster style tahiti for compelling suggestive drum rhythms and faster hip movements.

We learn two short dance choreographies one in each style with accompanying gestures and text comprehension.
No previous prior knowledge is required.
Leihs (Floral wreaths are available for lending)

Teacher: Susanne Petrén Abou Shebika
Susanne has more than 35 years of experience in oriental dances. She started studying hawaii and tahiti around 1985 in Stockholm.

She has studied ballet, samba, flamenco, japanese folklore, egyptian and arabic dance and folklore, in sweden and egypt and constantly travels around the world to teach and performe.

Now she has resumed her interest in the beautiful dance form Hawaii and Tahiti, and further educated during her many trips in Asia in recent years. In 2016 she started her first classes at the Egyptian Cultural Center, where she regularly works as a dance teacher together with her husband Mohamed Abou Shebika, who runs the dance school.

Additional information: Dress: Tights, linen, Sarong to hip, barefoot or soft dance shoes) Time: 2x45min. NOTE! Limited number of seats!

Price: 80: – / opportunity

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