Online Drum Solo Choreography Class
  • Online Drum Solo Choreography Class
In cart Not available Out of stock

Embody coordination, balance and strength through movement.

In this 5 week online choreography class students will work on an NEW Drum Solo Choreography that will help them embody movement vocabulary found in the shimmy family while layering graceful arms and hands. Students will learn about the historical and cultural context of the peice that is set to the Fred Elias Ensemble’s song Malfouf Drum Solo (Arabic) from the album Elegant Music For Belly Dance, Vol 3 (available for purchase online) and will be given the opportunity to film a performance of the choreography that will be added to an online showcase. A student must have completed the Introduction to Bellydance class at Studio Sephira or the equivalent with another Bellydance teacher to register.

The class will run from 6:30-7:30pm on Wednesday evenings starting September 9th, 2020. A video link to the recording will be sent to students on Thursday and will be available for viewing until the following Wednesday allowing everyone to either review the lesson or make-up the class if they were absent. This class will be taught in English but French students are encouraged to contact the teacher if they require clarification.

The cost of the 5-week session is $75 (HST included) and students who register for both the Monday (starts Sep 7) and Wednesday night classes receive a $10 discount. This special is not valid with any other promotions and there are no refunds once a payment is made. Registration for this class is now open and will close on September 9th at 2pm. To reserve your spot send your name, telephone number, email address and make arrangements for payment either by phone (Visa, Mastercard) with Barbara at 383-8138 or online (e-transfer, PayPal) to the email address [] with [bellydance] as the answer to the security question.

Bellydance classes with Barbara Aubie at Studio Sephira for Fun, Fitness, Wellness or to Study of the Art of Bellydance.

Photo by Rachel Richard

Read more… close