Oriental dance teacher training

Deepen in a professional manner and learn to teach Oriental Dance in this Training Course. We learn not only advanced technique but history, theory, interpretation, know how and when to teach certain steps and the inclusion of elements in learning.

In it you will get, with study and interest, a total immersion and knowledge to be a teacher. To access this training requires a minimum study of 3 years prior to Oriental Dance practice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The course is divided into three modules of 12 hours each. About 36 hours in total. Each module will be held on a weekend. The places are very limited for the best learning. Notes, references and certificate of assistance endorsed by the Grenadian Association of Oriental Dance will be given.

 

First module: November 16 and 17, 2019, 12 hours of intense training at the Specialized School of Oriental Dance in Granada.

Second Module: February 15 and 16, 2020. 12 hours of intense training at the Specialized School of Oriental Dance in Granada.

Third Module: May 16 and 17, 2020. 12 hours of intense training at the Specialized School of Oriental Dance in Granada.

Exhibition of teacher training in the Theater in June, 2020

One weekend each module.

Saturday from 12h-2pm and 5pm - 9pm. And Sunday from 10am to 1pm and from 2pm to 5pm. Price of 12 hours,

Price: € 80

For any question: helenarull@gmail.com, Whatsapp: 639068217

 

 

Teacher Training Course: Module I

Course duration: 12 hours

Subjects to study:

Write and read in Arabic. Interpret the phrases most used in Arabic songs.

History of Oriental Dance I.

In-depth study of the most important dancers of oriental dance throughout History I. (Video) Golden Era.

1. Golden Age Dancers

2. Ballerinas 80

Memorable steps of memorable dancers I: Fifi Abdo, his steps and technique.

Most important rhythms in Oriental Dance I: Saidi, Maksoum, Malfuf. How to dance, measure and interpret them.

Different non-Egyptian Arab folklore: Dabkeh Libnanieh, Dabkeh Yabalieh, Traditional walking stick, modern Egyptian walking stick, Lebanese walking stick, Khaleegy, (video)

Requirements to take into account to be a teacher.

Code of ethics of the dancer of Oriental Dance.

Warm ups.

How to do a choreography: melodies and rhythms.

Basic steps. How and when to teach them.

Choreography Module 1. Style: Solo Table

Advanced oriental dance technique

Basic rhythms: Saidi, Maqsoum. How to write and read sheet music for dancers and darbukistas

Video: Whatever Lola wants from Nabil Ayouch.

 

Teacher Training Course: Module II

Course duration: 12:00 hours

Subjects to study:

 

Read and write Arabic II.

Mawall

Different non-Arab folklore 2: Kareshme Dance, Baba Karam. Turkish dance

Iran: Culture of a non-Arab country, Projection: Persepolis.

Important rhythms in Oriental Dance II: Fallahi and Danza del Cántaro, Ayub, Zaffa.

Shimmies: Styles.

The Egyptian dancer, myths and realities: Everything Lola wants. (video)

Lebanese dancers. Lebanese choreography

Memorable steps of memorable dancers II.

Middle steps and elements of Oriental Dance: when and how to teach them.

Choreographies

Advanced oriental dance technique

 

Teacher Training Course: Module III

Course duration: 12 hours

Subjects to study:

Learn to build sentences and recognize words (most used in songs) for the choice of songs to choreograph

Contemporary History of Oriental Dance

Advanced rhythms of Oriental Dance: Samai, Chiftatelli, ...

Instruments, how to dance each instrument.

Contemporary dancers

Important steps of contemporary dancers.

International terms of Oriental Dance steps

Different Egyptian folklores: Nuba Dance, Melaya, Shaabi, Baladi, Fallahi, Candelabra, Hagallah, Tahteeb. (Video)

Important aspects when performing a choreography

Elements of Oriental Dance, origin and myths: Veil, double veil, candles, sword, candelabra, Japanese fans, feather fans, Isis wings, crótalos, spoons, Candelabra, cane, double cane, cimarras.

Oriental Romantic Style: origin, singers, rhythm, choreographic sequences.

Hagallah Origin, meaning, and different names assigned, as well as different forms.

Choreography Module 3. Style: Baladi, Classic Choreography

Advanced technique oriental dance.

Movie: Eastern Red.

 

Many students approach Oriental dance to be in touch with Arab culture (either because they are Arabs, of Arab descent, or Arab students), without the broad knowledge of the teacher in this field, some students probably observe a gap in the teaching. Many folklores such as Melaya or Baladi dance are absolutely linked to a cultural context, which is essential to know before teaching.