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Orient Addicts 2017 master teachers:
Orient Addicts 2015 master teachers:

CAMELIA
Camelia is one of the most famous stars in Cairo
She started her career as a folklore dancer in the end of the ninetees. 

Lately she turned to dance the oriental classical "sharqi" dance style and is at the moment one of the most famous and popular bellydance stars in Egypt.

She is currently working at many five Star Hotels in Cairo. 
Camelia is dancing with a never ending energy and her show is breath taking.
She is giving workshops and performing in Egypt and all over the world.
 TITO SEIF
KAZAFY 
Mohamed Kazafy has been dancing with the world famous Reda Troupe of Egypt for 17 years. After initially training with the troupe's founder Mahmoud Reda & The legendary principle female dancer Farida Fahmy, he went on to perform with the Reda Troupe in dozens of countries worldwide. Mohamed Kazafy remains one of their principal soloists.
Mohamed Kazafy is available as a dance teacher , choreographer and dancer in Egypt and abroad. He is becoming a much sought after teacher on the international circuit, traveling  around the world for workshops and performances. 
He is also one of the most popular teachers at the Nile Group Festival since 2005.


KHALED MAHMOUD
Khaled started dancing in Cairo many years ago when he was just seven years old at parties and weddings, his father thought he was very artistic so he sent him to study Ballet for six years.
He went on to College to study accounts, so no time for dancing. When he finished College and working in a factory, he danced with
a group for four years dancing Egyptian style. It was during this time
he took Belly Dancing lessons with Abrahim Akef and many master teachers in Cairo, then Khaled became a Belly Dancing teacher himself for six years at the Maade Club and also worked on M/S Alexander the Great Cruise Boat in the evenings.
He likes the style of the old Belly Dancers Naima Akif, Tahia Carioca, Samia Gamal and all new style dancers.
Since arriving in England in 2001 he has held workshops and performed in shows all over the UK and in 2002 launched his International career at the Belly Dance Festival in Sweden. He now travels the world teaching and performing.He is also one of the most famous  Nile Group Festival teachers. He is known from the unique grace and charisma.


 

Orient Addicts 2013 teachers:
  

ASMAHAN
Asmahan is from Argentina and is from many years back working as a professional dancer in Egypt
She is today one of the most famous dancers in Egypt. 
She started studying classical ballett when she was 6 years old.
When she was 14 years old, she started studying Spanish and Flamenco
and when she was 16 she moved on to dance oriental dance.
Asmahan soon became a professional dancer and has since then been working as a professional oriental dancer in Argentina and all over the world where she ´s been performing
in five star hotels and for Royalties and diplomats. She has been broadcasted in Tv and Media all over 
the world and been cooperating with many famous artists.She has been working as a dancer in Alexandria and in Cairo in many five star hotels like Sheraton Montaza Cairo Sheraton, Meridien, Semiramis Intercontinental, Conrad Hotel among many other hotels.
Nowadays apart from her work as a dancer in Egypt,she is travelling to make shows in different European countries {France, Switzerland, England, Ukraine Russia, Singapore in Asia, Argentina}
She has been teaching belly dancing the past few years.
ANNA BORISOVA
KAZAFY 

Mohamed Kazafy has been dancing with the world famous Reda Troupe of Egypt for 17 years. After initially training with the troupe's founder Mahmoud Reda & The legendary principle female dancer Farida Fahmy, he went on to perform with the Reda Troupe in dozens of countries worldwide. Mohamed Kazafy remains one of their principal soloists.
Mohamed Kazafy is available as a dance teacher , choreographer and dancer in Egypt and abroad. He is becoming a much sought after teacher on the international circuit, traveling  around the world for workshops and performances. 
He is also one of the most popular teachers at the Nile Group Festival since 2005.
 WAEL MANSOUR
Choreographer and lead dancer of Egyptian folklore, modern and contemporary dance.
-In 1988, and for three years after, he learned the fundamentals of Egyptian folklore in one amateur band in a club in Cairo.
-In 1992, and for three years after, he jointed the school of The National Elkawmia Folklore Dance Troupe at El Balloon Theatre, Cairo, where he studied the ballet and Egyptian folklore arts.
-then he has been promoted and became member of the school band and with it have executed several performances. Mr. Kamal Naem (the band’s manager) was in the meantime his personal teacher.
-then he left El Balloon Theatre and moved to work for private sector bands like:
•Hassan Afify’s band, where he worked as lead dancer
•Adel Abou’s band, where he worked as lead dancer
• Hamada Husam El Din’s band
•Dr. Essmat Yahia’s (who was the director of the Higher Ballet Institute) band
• Samir Sabry’s dance troupe
-and, he established a cooperation with the Great Artist Nelly, as dancer and lead dancer, as well as he jointed the Egypt Air Band for Egyptian Folklore.
His artistic experience was in the meantime enriched with several collaborations with the cinema, theatre, TV, enumerated national and international Festivals throughout Egypt and abroad.
-then he has formed his personal band composed by some colleague dancers of his generation, with which he had executed some performances in Egypt and abroad.
-Later on, he worked abroad as dancer, trainer and Choreographer of Egyptian Folklore dance.
-Presently, he lives in Italy where he is the head of his own band which is regularly performing in Italy and Switzerland.
Choreographer and lead dancer of Egyptian folklore, modern and contemporary dance.-In 1988, and for three years after, he learned the fundamentals of Egyptian folklore in one amateur band in a club in Cairo. -In 1992, and for three years after, he jointed the school of The National Elkawmia Folklore Dance Troupe at El Balloon Theatre, Cairo, where he studied the ballet and Egyptian folklore arts. -then he has been promoted and became member of the school band and with it have executed several performances. Mr. Kamal Naem (the band’s manager) was in the meantime his personal teacher. -then he left El Balloon Theatre and moved to work for private sector bands like: •Hassan Afify’s band, where he worked as lead dancer •Adel Abou’s band, where he worked as lead dancer• Hamada Husam El Din’s band•Dr. Essmat Yahia’s (who was the director of the Higher Ballet Institute) band• Samir Sabry’s dance troupe -and, he established a cooperation with the Great Artist Nelly, as dancer and lead dancer, as well as he jointed the Egypt Air Band for Egyptian Folklore.His artistic experience was in the meantime enriched with several collaborations with the cinema, theatre, TV, enumerated national and international Festivals throughout Egypt and abroad.-then he has formed his personal band composed by some colleague dancers of his generation, with which he had executed some performances in Egypt and abroad.-Later on, he worked abroad as dancer, trainer and Choreographer of Egyptian Folklore dance.-Presently, he lives in Italy where he is the head of his own band which is regularly performing in Italy and Switzerland.
ANNA REDLIN 

BARBARA CZAJKOWSKA -release techniques, ballet

 

She is a Warsaw Ballet School graduate with a ZASP (Polish Stage Artists' Association)  certified interpretor diploma, awarded an ongoing scholarship for MODEM - Italian Contemporary Dance Perfectioning Programme conducted by Scenario Pubblico and Compagnia Zappala Danza that she also cooperated with later on.

 Her professional experience as a dancer includes 4 yrs with the Polish Dance Theater, cooperation with various companies such as Nomade Fabrik and Rialto Theater (France), Teatro del Silenzio (Chile), Serge Ricci (France); cooperation with Italian choreographer Roberto Zappala and his Compagnia Zappala Danza, as well as guest choreographers; and recently a commitment to W&M Physical Theater in Calgary, Canada and Lublin Dance Theater in Lublin, Poland.

 She has worked as a private tutor and a teacher of dance, yoga and pilates with diverse levels and age groups, both healthy and disabled or physically challenged all over Poland and internationally.

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Orient Addicts 2012 teachers:
RANDA KAMEL
Over the last few years, the name Randa Kamel has spread world-wide among the oriental dance community, and her star has risen dramatically.
For many foreigners she is now the number one draw on the dance scene in Cairo – topping even Dina in terms of what she offers on stage.
Her electrifying mix of dynamic moves, strong technique, drama and sheer passion has audience after audience enthralled, and her personal style has begun to permeate the language of the dance itself, as more and more students attempt to infuse their own movement with her unique interpretation.
When you watch Randa, you’re aware of the care she takes in her presentation; her choreographies are precise and well-thought-out, without seeming too contrived. There’s a natural flow.

Feeling is an important part of what it’s all about for Randa. Her interpretations of songs come complete with full incorporation of the lyrics into her movements and gestures. For foreigners, watching her can be a good lesson in how important it is for an Egyptian audience to feel that the dancer is really understanding and ‘living’ the music. (art.by Jasmina of Cairo)

LUBNA EMAM

Lubna is from Cairo.She started to dance oriental dance only nine years old in the Egyptian Kaomeya School troupe.
She has been travelling all the world most of her life,performing with the Kaomeya Troupe and other groups.

 When she some years ago returned back to Egypt, she stopped to perform and started to teach Oriental Dance for Egyptian and foreign dancers.
Now she travels everywhere in the world teaching Classical Oriental Dances and Egyptian Folklore Dances.

Lubna's strong stage personality  and her  powerful "heavy" movements are appreciated by dancers all over the world.

 

 OUSAMA EMAM

  Dance Teacher & Choreographer of Egyptian dance Art based in Cairo Egypt, the land of oriental dance...
Ousama Emam is a Teacher and Director of the Kaoumeya Troupe for folkolore dance.
He is representing Egypt in many festivals all over the world, to mention a few: In Amerika, France, Japan, China,Germany all the Arab World and more.
Ousama also have his own folklore dance group in Egypt called "Layali El Sharq" which you can see performing in boats and hotels all over Egypt.

 

Ousama is also a regular teacher at the popular Nile Group Festival in Cairo and Stockholm Belly Dance Festival in Sweden
His dance classes and shows are always full of energy and happiness.

 

 KAZAFY

Mohamed Kazafy has been dancing with the world famous Reda Troupe of Egypt for 17 years. After initially training with the troupe's founder Mahmoud Reda & The legendary principle female dancer Farida Fahmy, he went on to perform with the Reda Troupe in dozens of countries worldwide. Mohamed Kazafy remains one of their principal soloists.
Mohamed Kazafy is available as a dance teacher , choreographer and dancer in Egypt and abroad. He is becoming a much sought after teacher on the international circuit, traveling  around the world for workshops and performances. 
He is also one of the most popular teachers at the Nile Group Festival since 2005.

 

Teachers from Poland 
 

 

BARBARA CZAJKOWSKA -release techniques, ballet

 

 

 

 

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