Albuquerque's Premier School of Belly Dance!
9577 Osuna Rd NE, Suite F
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Night on the Nile
You are invited to an evening of Live Middle Eastern music by Tynker Hafla Band feat. Sitara!
With mesmerizing dance performances by The Desert Darlings and Raqzia, along with special guests Deborah Newberg, Theresa al Farfesha, Areena, Enchanting Erica, Ranee, Marielle, and Amaya!
Your name will be added to the door list upon purchase, so no ticket will be sent to you.
We will end with open dancing, where all are welcome to get up and join the fun!
Beer and wine will be available by donation, or BYOB.
Thank you for supporting performance artists in Albuquerque!
What class should I take if I have no dance experience?
We recommend the Intro to Belly Dance class. While beginners are welcome in the Level 1 classes, they move quicker than the intro level. An intro class will generally focus on basic isolations, building up to 1 or 2 moves. A Level 1 Class focuses on 3 or more movements, usually ending with a combo.
Pease note that sometimes the Level 1 classes teach choreography, so check with us to make sure it is a good time to drop in.
What is the difference between Live and On Demand classes?
Live refers to In-Person and Zoom classes, meaning you are taking the class in real time, getting feedback and asking questions.
On Demand means Class Recordings only. Learn to dance on your own time, at your own convenience.
What is the difference between Belly Dance, Raqs Sharqi, and Fusion Belly Dance?
Raqs Sharqi in Arabic translates to Oriental Dance and refers to the stage version of Egyptian dance. This is commonly known in the West as Belly Dance.
Fusion Belly Dance refers to a style that is heavily based in MENAT (Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey) styles of dance blended with elements of flamenco, pop & lock, and more.