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My Vision for Bust A Move Philly is to build a community of Dancers and Dance Enthusiast by providing resources, information and education about the creative and performing arts in Philly; helping children and adults get involved in dance and creating a platform to promote shows, classes and events highlighting local talent.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

It's Back! Move Your Body Like a Snake... Belly Dance!

Move Your Body Like a Snake... Belly Dance!

October 25th 2012
6:15pm
$14


Studio 1831 1831 Brandywine St
Art Museum Area


Enjoy the mystery and sensuous beauty of an age-old performance art by learning to belly dance, also known as danse orientale, danse du ventre, raqs sharqi, etc. Below are descriptions of classe offered by Studio 1831. Belly Dance Class level I Especially designed for beginners and for those who want to brush up on basic technique. Students learn the basic moves most often seen in Cabaret/Egytian style belly dance. Moves include shoulder and hip shimmies, hip drops and lifts, snake hips and figure-eights, rib circles and rib drops, as well as basic dance posture and arm placement. Wear comfortable clothing and slippers/dance shoes or bare feet.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012


1906 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA
FREE Workshops All Day!!!
$5 (Evening Events)
10 am-11:30 pm
DANCERS AND NON-DANCERS OF ALL LEVELS WELCOME



DETAILS...
Philadelphia Dance Day is a nonprofit festival featuring free workshops, live performances from some of the city’s best-known instructors and a huge evening dance party. The goal is to unite the community in celebrating dance as a powerful platform for creative expression and physical activity.
All dance enthusiasts – regardless of experience or even coordination – are invited to take part in the fun. There will be something for everyone, from creative movement for preschoolers to hip-hop for all ages. Participants will tour studios around the city to sample free workshops during the afternoon, then come together in the evening for the main event at the historical Ethical Society Building on Rittenhouse Square. A $5 entrance fee gets you the evening festivities which kick off with a huge Zumba party, followed by more lessons and open social dancing. Volunteer instructors and well-respected dance groups in the city will also put on a performance showcase.

LIVE, LOVE, DANCE


"Dance is the only art in which 
we ourselves are the stuff of which it is made."
*Ted Shawn*

Sunday, July 8, 2012

WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY

Let's Dance! 
ROUND TWO!

Dance Party, Bonfire and Drum Circle!


Friday, June 20, 2012
10:00 PM

3733 Midvale Ave, Philadelphia, PA


Dance in the black-light basement, imbibe in the showroom and Art and Craft table, or head out back for the bonfire!

BYOB
Bring a bottle if you choose, this event is BYOB.

Agenda
The fun starts at 10 and ends at 3 am!

Cost
The cover for this event is $5

LIVE,LOVE,DANCE



“To dance, put your hand on your heart
and listen to the sound of your soul.”

- Eugene Louis Faccuito

WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY

Philly Dancehall Sweat

ALL DANCE LEVELS WELCOME,
NO DANCE BACKGROUND NEEDED!

***CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS*** 
 
Time: 3:00-4:00pm and 4:15-5:30pm (TAKE BOTH!)

What is Dancehall? ~ a Caribbean Street dance that is all about confidence, and attitude. This style of dance includes elements of African, Hip-Hop, House, Zouk, Salsa, and Jamaican Folklore. The Flava style is creative, expressive, fun, and the music takes you away. Dancehall Flava dance can be seen in videos by artist such as Beyonce, Rihanna, M.I.A., and Sean Paul.

THIS MEET UP HAS BEEN CANCELED

African Dance Class
with Live Drumming

THIS MEET UP HAS BEEN CANCELED
All Dance levels welcome!
MEET UP AT 2:45PM CLASS STARTS AT 3PM
Cost: $10 (Great Price!)
Where: Studio 34

Description: African Dance with live African Drumming: will include traditional and contemporary dance styles (Bijagos, Balanta, Fula, and Manjaco) from Guinea Bissau. African Dance is a great way for people to enjoy themselves while having an amazing workout and learning a facet of culture from Guinea Bissau.
Organizers Note* I have taken African classes for years and was a part of a African Dance Company. I love African Dance it is exciting, expressive and dynamic. We will have a lot of fun.