Salwa 🌟 – oriental tribal fusion dancer

Tribal Oriental Fusion Dancer

The oriental dance, or baladi is a dance originating in the Near East, the Middle East and the Maghreb, danced mainly by women, but also, more and more, by men, across the world.

Salwa has more than 20 years of experience in oriental dance as an artist and as a teacher. She created the Salwa Troop, she was in the semi-finals in the Belgian Got Talent competition. She also participated in the X Factor competition and collaborated within the framework of the Couleur Café Festival and with Cirque du Soleil. She participated in clips for Axelle Red, Mohamed Lamine, and danced when Nancy Ajram came to Forest National. She has also performed numerous services abroad. It offers dance shows alone or accompanied by the “Salwa Troop”. She gives dance lessons and also internships.

 

 

Link : https://salwa.be/fr/biographie

 

 

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Duration:

a show of a passage 20 to 30 min and a show with several passage of 15 to 20 min I can also integrate 5 to 15 minutes of animation to make the public dance that I place at the end of the passage of the entire performance.

Performance without additional travel costs:

Brussels, Liège and the cities between them (along the E40)

Equipment needed on site:

A good sound of the place and a smooth floor: no carpet or lawn or gravel or macadam, or if it happens outside, I must be warned because the costumes and accessories are not the same.

Material provided by the artist:

music on ipod, usb or cd depending on the sound on the spot and my costumes.

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