NURIA ROVIRA SALAT
Trained in anthropology, this Spanish artist has made her curiosity for Oriental cultures, a passion and an art. She began teaching in 2001 in Spain, then in Paris region or in festivals. Alongside Lamia Saffiedine and Saädia Souyah, she has enriched her knowledge of Oriental and Gypsy dances. She has danced with Stephan Eicher, Fanfaraï, Tony Gatlif, Titi Robin or the Romanès Circus.
BALKANS GYPSY DANCE - MANELE & CUCEK
Based on simple rhythms, the Romanian Manele and the Cucek, popular in Balkans, are perfectly adapted to an initiation into Gypsy dances. With a Turkish influence, these very feminine and festive dances are danced in feasts and weddings, solo or in a circle.
TURKISH GYPSY DANCE - ROMAN
This mixed-blood dance, influenced by Indian gesture, mixes Oriental hips movement with rhythmic movements of the feet, which characterizes so many Gypsy dances. The Roman is a powerful and festive danc, danced by all Turkish Gypsies during the feasts and weddings, with a very original particularity : the 9-beat rhythm! The course is organized around a single dance to enable a deep work of this complex rhythm.
These workshops are danced barefoot, with a large skirt and a shawl around you hips.
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