Belly Dance New England: the podcast
By Amy Smith
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Conversations about interesting people, places, and events in the New England belly dance community.
||CleanBDNE#14 - Egypt-o-mania!||In this episode, we talk with Anne Wright of Joharah's Snake Dance Theater company, about their October 10 production "Egypt-o-mania", a look back - and forward - at America's fascination with Egypt and Orientalism in general. See Joharah's web sit||7 10 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanBDNE #13 - AuRelevant Productions celebrates music and friendship||In today's episode, we talk with Aurel D'Agostino, of AuRelevant Productions, who is hosting a special event on Aug. 17, celebrating the nightclub era of belly dance with music, song, dance, food, and friendship. FMI and to get tickets: DanceAurel Event F||3 8 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanBDNE #12 The Belly App, with Jen Looper||In this episode, I talk with Jen Looper (Jamilah) about her mobile app for belly dance practice, The Belly App, as well as the challenges of app development on a shoestring. **Multi-lingual dancers (especially Russian-speaking) - Jen is looking for||23 3 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanBDNE#11: Maria O'Connor, henna artist||We're back! In this episode, I talk with Maria O'Connor, of Ancient Fire Henna, about the history of henna, how she got interested in it, and what you can expect when you get henna. Maria is also an event producer and we talk about her yearly fundr||16 3 2014||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanBDNE #10: A Conversation with Aria Michaels Paradise||Aria is the artistic director of Abraxas Dance Theatre, based in the Boston area, and I spoke with her about the company's upcoming production, "Revelations", as well as their accomplishments this past year. "Revelations" takes place on Saturday,||29 10 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanBDNE #8: A Conversation with Ed Melikian||Ed hails from Worcester, Mass and is a well-known figure on our local music scene. Ed talks about his musical background, local music and dance history, what musicians respect in dancers, raves about Elisabeth Clark, and gives you a little bit of Armenian||5 8 2012||Free||View In iTunes|