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Middle Eastern Dancers
Beautiful Belly Dancers wearing beautiful costumes for hire in the Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Boca Raton West Palm Beach area. Available as entertainment for private parties or corporate events, weddings, bar mitzvahs, trade shows, and cultural events.
EntertainmentOur Dancers will arrive at your event wearing exquisite costumes. Our demeanor is that of a professional and you can rest assured that we will interact with your guests accordingly.
Our professional Middle Eastern dancers will captivate your guests with the most alluring of all dances. Shows full of etiquete and enjoyable for people and families of all ages. Our Belly Dance performers incorporate various props into their shows like Wings, Veils, Cymbals, Swords, Canes, and Fans. A certain segment of the presentation also includes audience participation where are beautiful dancers will encourage your guests to dance with them
Our extravagant and refined bellydancers will leave your guests in awe.
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"Native to North Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, belly dancing is based on one of the oldest social dances in world history. Much of the support for this theory stems from the similarities between poses in ancient Egyptian artwork and the modern dance.
There are two forms of belly dancing. The first is called raqs baladi. In Palestine and Lebanon, raqs baladi is a social dance performed by people of all ages and by both sexes, during festive occasions- such as weddings- and other social gatherings for fun and celebration. The second form- the more theatrical version- is called raqs sharqi, and it is this type that is most popular in America today. Like raks baladi, raks sharqi is performed by both male and female dancers." -- Wikipedia