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Autumn Hafla Wednesday 17 December 2014

Oslo Tribal Bellydance School welcome friends, relatives and fans of Tribal Bellydance to the end of term Autumn Hafla.

Instructors, course attendants and special guests will perform Tribal Fusion, American Tribal Style® bellydance, Oriental and more.

Not a student right now but want to dance with us at the hafla? Bring your finger cymbals as we will end the show with a Tribal Dance Jam for everyone!

  • Time: Wednesday 17 December 20:00, doors open at 19:45 (no entrance after the show has started)
  • Location: Norsk Skuespillerinstitutt (NSKI), Møllergata 9, Oslo
  • Entrance: 30,- (includes gløgg and pepperkaker)

We will also have a tribal minimarket with traditional bracelets, printed scarves, earrings and handmade jewellery by #SheComesInColours!

The holiday magic starts at OTBS. Welcome!

Photo: Andreas Ulvo

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Hauken-i-Redet 15 danseshow

Oslo Tribal Bellydance School:

Hva er vel bedre enn å sette av ettermiddagen lørdag 25. januar til å nyte en fargerik bukett av sprudlende dansere, og samtidig være med på å bidra til noe godt for andre?

Originally posted on Tribal Troopers:

Kun èn uke igjen til lørdag 25. januar og jubileumsforestillingen Hauken-i-Redet 15!

Tribal Troopers har gjennom årenes løp, sammen med gode hjelpere, nydelige dansere og engasjert publikum, samlet inn tusenvis av kroner til prosjekter i Mosambik og i Kenya. På jubileumsplakaten hadde vi selvfølgelig lyst til å ha med alle som har bidratt, men siden det ville blitt en kjempejobb valgte vi å være litt selvdiggere i stedet..

Vi er kjempestolte over hver enkelt Hauken-i-Redet-forestilling, og gleder oss innmari til lørdag. Ta med deg hele familie- og venneflokken og kom og opplev en magisk aften på Rommen Scene på Stovner i Oslo.

Hauken-i-Redet 15 plakat

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Photos from Oslo Magedanssenter summer show 2011

Every summer Siri Ydstie from Oslo Magedanssenter arranges a summer show. Both students and teachers are performing, and the dance styles this time ranged from Raqs Sharqi to Bollywood.

Anne, Miriam and Jorunn from Oslo Tribal Bellydance School performed to “Running in the Alleys” by Mizna. All improvised American Tribal Style® bellydance.

Photos: Cathrine Ydstie, Svitlana Punharova and OTBS

1001 Nights
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1001 Nights – Oslo Bellydance Festival 2011

Oslo Bellydance Festival is an annual event which has been drawing crowds since 2001, organized by Oslo Bellydance Studio.

Anasma

Anasma

There will be a gala show in Oslo Concert Hall on friday 1 April, hafla on saturday 2 April and different dance workshops during the weekend.

This year’s international guest star is ANASMA from New York. Jorunn from Oslo Tribal Bellydance School is performing at the gala show and will give an intro course to ATS on sunday.

For workshops, go to schedule, for info about the teachers, go to instructors, for info on the show, go to performers.

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Winter Hafla Monday 21 March 2011

Oslo Tribal Bellydance School welcome friends, relatives and fans of Tribal Bellydance to the end of term Winter Hafla.

  • Time: Monday 21 March 20:00-20:30, doors open at 19:45
  • Location: Oslo Magedanssenter, Karl Johans gate 17

PROGRAM

  1. Emilie Ahlberg leading the welcoming Puja
    Improvisation
    Song: “Singing Om” by George Harrison
  2. Slow and fast ATS by all students
    Improvisation
    Song: “Magreb” by Helm
  3. ATS guest troupe: Tribal Comets
    Improvisation
    Song: “Ya Fatin al-Ghizlan” by DoulA
  4. Tribal Fusion solo by Anne Innes
    Choreography: Elin Kåven
    Song: “Cybele (The Neo Tribal Mix)” by Solace
  5. ATS solo by Jorunn Sjølli
    Improvisation
    Song: “Suhaila” by Domba
  6. Slow and fast ATS by all students
    Improvisation
    Song: “Eyes like cats” by Solace

Welcome!

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Photos from the Easter Hafla 2010

My excellent dance students in action at Oslo Tribal Bellydance School’s Easter Hafla 2010.

Improvising for over 20 minutes in duos, trios and quartets + chorus. Good work, ladies! Thank you so much Anne Siri for taking pictures. Read the full program here.