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A musical and cultural tour through the lands of the Caucasus A musical and cultural tour through the lands of the Caucasus

The Seattle Chamber Players, internationally known for their venturesome programming, will present their third biennial Icebreaker Festival this coming weekend in Benaroya Hall. This year's focus...
The Seattle Times - February 13, 2006

Dancing Queen and her man's 70th Dancing Queen and her man's 70th

Val, a former belly dancer and musical comedy actress, met her husband in 1935 when a mutual friend set them up at a party in Earls Court. She says: "George was in the merchant navy and happened to...
Richmond and Twickenham Times - February 11, 2006

'Aida': Lavish, tragic love story at Westchester Broadway Theatre 'Aida': Lavish, tragic love story at Westchester Broadway Theatre

Aida, a Nubian princess, is captured by Radames, an Egyptian captain, and is brought back to serve as handmaiden to Princess Amneris, the Pharaoh's daughter. Unaware she is a princess, Radames...
Newstimeslive.com - February 11, 2006

A bellyfull of dance Saturday A bellyfull of dance Saturday

Zimbabwe visits Errington this weekend. Jambanja, a six-member group that blends traditional elements of marimba, hosho, mbria with an electric base and drum kit, plays Errington War Memorial Hall...
Parksville Qualicum News - February 11, 2006

Oud player tells a story of tradition with plenty of 'Zing' Oud player tells a story of tradition with plenty of 'Zing'

During the centuries when the Ottoman Empire flourished, music was supported by the court and a Turkish tradition of classical music developed. Influenced by Arab, Persian and Byzantine elements...
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - February 10, 2006

Bellyful of fun at lunch Bellyful of fun at lunch

Charity patrons enjoyed watching an internationally renowned belly dancer perform at a fundraising lunch. More than 80 people attended the lunch organised by the Blackheath Local Committee, which...
News Shopper - February 8, 2006

Talented siblings explore musical roads Talented siblings explore musical roads

"Arabic music doesn't have harmony; it follows one line: it's monophonic music," Joseph says. "So this is different because there'll be polyphony and a harmonic structure as well. This hasn't been...
The Sydney Morning Herald - February 8, 2006

Kathem El Saher in London Kathem El Saher in London

Prominent Iraqi singer Kathem El Saher is scheduled to hold a grand performance at the Albert Royal Hall in London on March 14, sponsored by the Melkonian Foundation and for which all proceeds will...
Al Bawaba - February 7, 2006

Belly dancers learn to roll with the music Belly dancers learn to roll with the music

Baladi is the most common belly-dancing rhythm played by fingers on the center and edges of a Middle Eastern drum called a doumbek. Accents are played on the drumhead's center, with the lighter...
The Daily Inter Lake - February 7, 2006

Dancers adding spice Dancers adding spice

Belly dancers, camels and snake charmers have turned Docklands into an exotic spice market. The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, along with some of the city's leading restaurants, is celebrating...
Herald Sun - February 7, 2006



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