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Best Iana Komarnytska podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Iana Komarnytska podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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After extensive training in gymnastics and ballet, at age 19 Eva Cernik was first introduced to belly dance by Anahid Sofian in New York. Eva worked as an Oriental dancer in London, Paris, Istanbul, and Cairo, and in-troupe in Baghdad and Spain. She also traveled in Iran, Afghanistan, Syria, Morocco and 14 other countries. Returning to Egypt 26 tim…
 
Having performed in over 21 countries, Amaya was the first to introduce the passion of Flamenco with the sensuality of Arabic Dance through her interpretation of the song "Amayagueña", composed especially for her by top composer Ibrahim El Samahy. Her fusion work in the early 1990s sparked many dancers to follow on her path. She credits her mentor …
 
After relocating from the UK to the USA, Sara Al-Hadithi got involved in the Middle-Eastern dance world and discovered an interest in Iraqi dance that has swept through the bellydance community. As an Iraqi, this area of performance was very surprising and personal to her, not just as a performer, but also as the daughter of one of Iraq's most well…
 
I’ll be honest: it was very tempting to title this episode as “From Egyptian Traditional Style to Burlesque Dancer”, but our conversation with Katalin Schäfer was much wider than just these two dancer styles on an incredible artistic arc that will definitely challenge your understanding of the art. Katalin is an accomplished international performer…
 
It’s a mini-episode with Julia Farid! Such a valuable insight on how to use competition experience to your best interest, what are the traps, and what are the tools for your dance growth there. Show Notes to this episode: Full interview with Julia Farid: Ep 05. Julia Farid: Challenges of an International Dance Career Julia’s upcoming event in June:…
 
Nabila is a worldwide known Oriental dancer, characterized by her appealing elegance and soulful music interpretation. As a member of Jillinas Bellydance Evolution Team Nabila has been involved in all three previous productions of Bellydance Evolution Theatre Shows in Europe (2010 – 2015), including the leading role of “Cheshire Cat” in May 2015 in…
 
It’s a mini-episode! January is typically a month of new classes for beginners students. Many struggles may appear in teacher-student relationships, that’s why in this mini-episode I’m featuring two topics: - How to set up boundaries in your relationships with students, and - How to structure your class if you have both intermediate and beginning s…
 
Raised in Algeria, Amel Tafsout grew up around traditional healing practices of her native country. In the mid-1970s, Amel moved to Germany where she founded the Pan-Arab dance company called ‘Banat As Sahra’ (Daughters of the Sahara Desert), and in the late 80s Tafsout moved to London, U.K, where she performed at various dance and music festivals …
 
It’s a mini-episode with Shahrzad! A great reminder about the beautiful aspect of our belly dance profession! Exactly what you need to hear approaching the end of the year. Show Notes to this episode: Full interview with Shahrzad: Ep 03. Shahrzad: Inside Cairo Dance Life Find Iana on Instagram, FB, Youtube, website . Podcast: www.ianadance.com/podc…
 
Aradia has performed as a soloist throughout the United States, Canada, Barbados, Egypt and Switzerland. She has danced at many of the top hotels, restaurants and clubs in Las Vegas, performed for Celine Dion's wedding, BlockBuster's premiere opening for "The Mummy", and Maxim Magazine's party in Las Vegas. She has appeared in several TV spots on D…
 
It’s a mini-episode! Reflecting on our recent Instagram challenge, and sharing all behind-the-scene insights of what was going on. Thank you for being a part of our podcast community! Let’s celebrate our episode #100 together. :) Show Notes to this episode: Find Iana on Instagram, FB, Youtube, website . Podcast: www.ianadance.com/podcast…
 
Elmira Sarkisian is a professional dancer, teacher and choreographer from Ukraine. She is a respected judge at many dance competitions, and beloved mentor for her numerous students. Her Armenian charm, Ukrainian work ethic and Egyptian soul will definitely inspire you to keep moving on your belly dance journey. In this episode you will learn about:…
 
David Abraham has exceptional charisma and overwhelming personality. He definitely knows how to captivate and dazzle the audience with his unique and bold style. David graduated from the Arabian Dance School (ADS) from Master Amir Thaleb in 2011, and since then he has managed to carve a prestigious and unblemished career with more than 20 gold meda…
 
It’s a mini-episode! Let’s talk about success in belly dance. What does it really mean? Do you have a clear understanding what are your goals, and ultimate success in this industry? Tune in right now! This is an excerpt from the webinar hosted by Joana Saahirah where I was a guest speaker. Find more information at Joana Saahirah´s World Webinar Ser…
 
Some of the best moments from our previous episodes! Today we are talking about such complex topic as social media, and its influence on belly dance world and individual careers. Learn from Sadie Marquardt, Cassandra Fox, Mercedes Nieto and Carmen Fragoso. Show Notes to this episode: Belly Dance Life Podcast CHALLENGE: http://www.ianadance.com/chal…
 
Safia is an international belly dance instructor and performer from Argentina. She is know for her powerful performances and she is one of the most popular dancers of our time, and organizer of the Feidac Festival in Cordoba. Discover her story of how she started her belly dance journey at the age of 3, and what are her next dance dreams in this ar…
 
Mohamed Shahin is a world-renowned master instructor, performer and challenging choreographer of Egyptian Oriental & Folkloric Dance. A native of Cairo, Egypt, originally trained as a mechanical engineer, Shahin discovered his passion for Egyptian Dance at the young age of fifteen. Mohamed currently lives in New York City but has been touring inter…
 
It’s a mini-episode with Marta Korzun! Listen to very useful suggestions from Marta Korzun on how to develop personality or individuality in your dance. Tune in right now! Show Notes to this episode: Full interview with Marta Korzun: Ep 01. Marta Korzun: About Competitions and Individual Style Find Marta Korzun at Instagram, FB, Youtube. Patreon su…
 
Sharon is a French, Tunisian, and Algerian bellydancer living in the South of France. Her artistic influences are mainly Egyptian. In 2002, Sharon created her oriental dance school “Les danseuses du Sinai”. When teaching, she stresses on the importance of music interpretation and charisma. For more than 14 years, her talent and determination led he…
 
Serkan Tutar is an international award winning Turkish bellydancer & teacher, “Male Bellydancer of the world 2008” and winner of “Brandon Oasis 2006”, and organizer of the Rakkas Istanbul International Oriental Dance Festival. Serkan currently lives in Belgium, where he is renown for his Middle Eastern dance instruction and performances. His teachi…
 
Zomzom Mustapha is a dancer and choreographer specializing in Arabic Folklore (Egypt, Morocco and the Middle East in general). He was trained in modern jazz and later in theatre and dance in Casablanca, Morocco. This knowledge has made Zomzom Mustapha a famous artist and dance teacher, not only in France where he currently resides, but all around t…
 
Raïssa Leï is the founder and director of the Kif-Kif Bledi group. Originally from Morocco, she started her dance journey with modern jazz and hip-hop training, and all sorts of underground dance styles such as locking, popping and waacking. Today she is also known for her deep exploration of traditional dances of North Africa, experimental fusion …
 
It’s a solo mini-episode! Are you wondering how to boost self-discipline and motivation when practicing on your own? Or maybe you are looking for any accountability online groups to boost your dance training? In this mini-episode I’m sharing my two ASKianaDANCE editions where I address these questions! Show Notes to this episode: ASKianaDANCE: www.…
 
Are you a fan of online belly dance classes, or are you on the skeptical side? In either case, this episode will bring you so much positive energy and laugh that you will immediately fall in love with Tatyana Gavrilova and her online platform for dancers, Sola Dance. Tatyana has already produced over 200 videos of belly dance workshops, and in this…
 
This is one of the most honest and straightforward conversations of the podcast! Please welcome the absolutely amazing Mexican beauty based in the UAE, Tatiana Avila. After burning up Dubai's most prestigious nightclubs with her energy, charisma and super dance techniques, she is currently focusing on developing dance classes and workshops in Dubai…
 
It’s a solo mini-episode! Do you know how to dance just for yourself, or are you constantly in a marathon of preparing for some events and performances? In this mini-episode I’m sharing my recent breakthrough and realization of where I’d like my artistic path to go in the future. Show Notes to this episode: Find Iana on Instagram, FB, Youtube, webs…
 
This is the most surprising belly dance story you’ve ever heard. Discover how Malema (Maria Aya) got introduced to belly dance at the age of 30, then started receiving requests for private classes from well-established professional dancers, and how one simple YouTube video recorded for pure fun brought her first international teaching gig. And this…
 
Some of the best moments from our previous episodes! Today we are talking about such complex topic as musicality in belly dance. Learn from Esmeralda Colabone, Alida Lin, Sandra Kahloun and Kamilia. Aim for more! Show Notes to this episode: Ep 13. Esmeralda Colabone: Music as Your Guide & Mentor Ep 37. Alida Lin: How to Control Your Music As a Danc…
 
I literally had goosebumps several times during this conversation: from months at an ICU and wheelchair recovery, to an active dance career, marathon running, and becoming a crossfit athlete! Are you ready for an incredible story from a phenomenal woman? Please welcome Katerina Shereen, who performed at the most glamorous events with such guests as…
 
Carmen Fragoso is a Mexican choreographer & dance coach specialized in Belly dance, Khaleeji and Iraqi dancing, with a thriving career as a contract dancer based in Dubai. Listen to her incredible story on how she brought her main dance dream to life, and achieved the lifestyle that she wanted. In this interview you will hear about: - How facing da…
 
It’s a solo episode! Sharing my experience of being a judge at the Dance Weekend in Warsaw competition: from what goes in the judge’s head during evaluations, to most common mistakes that caught my attention from performance to performance. Show Notes to this episode: Download free tips for your 20-min belly dance program here: www.ianadance.com/po…
 
Anjelica Scannura is a highly accomplished dancer, choreographer, actress, and comedian. She has performed and taught flamenco and belly dance all over the world, including the USA, Europe, Caribbean and Middle East. Anjelica has been the recipient of many dance awards, including The Marty Award for Oustanding dance artist in 2018, Bellydancer of t…
 
I’m happy to feature Darya Ryzhkova, the winner of Cairo! Fest Budapest 2019! Dariya is a professional dancer and teacher. Her awards include dance competitions in Russia, Spain, Kazahistan, France, Israel, Hungary and Greece. She is certified judge by the Russian Liga of Professional Belly Dancers, as well as teacher at Eshta studio, and director …
 
Drum rolls please! We have the fantastic Marta Korzun back on the Belly Dance Life Podcast! Marta Korzun is internationally recognized as one of Europe’s leading performers and teachers of Oriental dance. She started her career in 2006 by taking part in many competitions in the Ukraine and abroad, including Cairo. She has been titled the Bellydance…
 
This is one of those episodes that I have marked as "must listen again"! Joana Saahirah is a world-renowned dancer, teacher and choreographer specialized in Egyptian Oriental and Folkloric dance, an actress and an author. After almost a decade of life and career in Egypt, presenting shows on a daily basis with her own orchestra, Joana has created a…
 
Historian and musician Dr. George Sawa is the author of multiple books. He has published over 50 articles on Arabic music in journals and encyclopedias, and is frequently invited to give lectures and concerts worldwide. In 2005, he received the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award from the Egyptian Ministry of Culture for his research in Arabic m…
 
Prof. Dr. Hassan Khalil lived in the time of the great oriental dancers like Naima Akeef, Samia Gamal, Tahiya Karioka, and even lived in the same neighbourhood with some of them. Later he also worked with Nagua Fuad and Suheir Zaki and many other famous dancers. He is a master teacher and choreographer for many of the most well known Oriental dance…
 
It’s a MINI episode! Short and sweet: today I’m sharing my key secret of growing an online audience, which doubled my Instagram in less than half a year. Show Notes to this episode: Download free tips for your 20-min belly dance program here: www.ianadance.com/podcast/tips Find Iana on Instagram, FB, Youtube, website . Podcast: www.ianadance.com/po…
 
Mario Kirlis is an Argentinian musician and composer that is known for his extensive work in Arabic Music. He has been a mentor for a number of South American musician and belly dancers to approach the Middle Eastern art, and he has inspired artists all across the world. In this interview you will learn about: - Mario Kirlis’s most memorable music-…
 
It’s a MINI episode! This is a medley of ASKianaDANCE show where I answered to following questions: How to check if you are ready to start teaching dance classes for beginners What to do if your dance teacher doesn't really like when students start teaching Can you relate to this issues? Listen right now to the new episode to find out my tips and s…
 
Gigi Dilsah is a passionate dancer and teacher. She began her dance training early in ballet. As she grew up in a conservative family in Istanbul, she also spent a lot of time in the USA where she found freedom and opportunities to explore belly dance. In Istanbul she's known as Dilsah, and in the U.S. she's known as Gigi. Now, combining two names …
 
Some of the best moments from our previous episodes! Today we are talking about dance productions and shows on the big stage. Learn from Mr Ozgen, Jillina Carlano, Oscar Flores and Vanessa of Cairo. Dream big! Show Notes to this episode: Ep 12. Mr. Ozgen: Turkish Dance on a Big Stage Ep 22. Jillina Carlano: Building Community Around the Globe Ep 25…
 
Matias Hazrum is a world known arabic percussionist, musician, teacher and composer. He was born in Argentina (Buenos Aires), but his origin comes from Syria. Matias is a high level professional not only in playing the drum, but also in playing keyboard and other instruments of arabic percussion such as mashar, daff, rek and others. He worked on st…
 
Inspiring and empowering woman all around the world, Oreet has developed her unique certified fitness program SharQui which is a beautiful blend of fitness workout and belly dance! Oreet has 20+ years of experience as a fitness and dance instructor. She has been featured on NBC, ABC, CBS, and CNN to name a few and have the titles Bellydancer of the…
 
What a treat we have on today’s show! Welcome one of the most creative and successful couples in the belly dance industry, Aliah and Vladimir Kluchenkov! They are constantly travelling all around the world with Aliah being a professional bellydance performer, instructor, judge, and costume designer, and Vladimir being a videographer, photographer a…
 
It’s a MINI episode with Iana! Have you ever felt frustration trying to create a dance: “Oh, I don’t know what should I do with this music? How to even start putting a choreo together? This is too complicated, too scary, too stressful….” Well, here are some of the tips I’m sharing in this new podcast episode: - Listen to the song as many times as p…
 
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