Classes

Egyptian Dance (Children)

Monday
14:00 to 00:00

Wednesday
14:00 to 00:00

Saturday
10:00 to 00:00

In Egypt, they don’t call it “belly dance”, their dance is not about the belly, it is a dance that consists of and is evolved from formal classical training and the unique technique from their Folkloric dance culture and history.

Egyptian Dance (Teenage)

Monday
15:00 to 00:00

Wednesday
15:00 to 00:00

Saturday
11:00 to 00:00

In Egypt, they don’t call it “belly dance”, their dance is not about the belly, it is a dance that consists of and is evolved from formal classical training and the unique technique from their Folkloric dance culture and history.

Egyptian Dance (Adult)

Monday
19:00 to 20:15

Wednesday
19:00 to 20:15

Saturday
14:30 to 15:45

In Egypt, they don’t call it “belly dance”, their dance is not about the belly, it is a dance that consists of and is evolved from formal classical training and the unique technique from their Folkloric dance culture and history.

Dance Stretch (Children)

Tuesday
14:00 to 14:50

Thursday
14:00 to 14:50

Sunday
10:00 to 10:50

Stretching plays a prime role in attaining good posture and health, it is an essential part in preparing the body to dance. In Dance Stretch classes we focus on proper alignment of individual body parts and fluidity of energy flow based on dance postures.

Dance Stretch (Teenage)

Tuesday
15:00 to 16:15

Thursday
15:00 to 16:15

Sunday
11:00 to 12:15

Stretching plays a prime role in attaining good posture and health, it is an essential part in preparing the body to dance. In Dance Stretch classes we focus on proper alignment of individual body parts and fluidity of energy flow based on dance postures.

Dance Stretch (Adult)

Tuesday
19:00 to 20:15

Thursday
19:00 to 20:15

Sunday
14:30 to 15:45

Stretching plays a prime role in attaining good posture and health, it is an essential part in preparing the body to dance. In Dance Stretch classes we focus on proper alignment of individual body parts and fluidity of energy flow based on dance postures.

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Lubna Emam

  • July 21 @ 15:00
    1500 - 1630 1h 30'
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Lubna Emam is undoubtedly an icon in the world of Egyptian Dance -- a legendary dancer, choreographer, teacher, mentor, who helped shaped and fostered the development of this art for over five decades. Her unmatched Egyptian dance style earned her the name “Queen of Balady”.

Lubna was recruited into the National Folkloric Dance Troupe of Egypt (Kaumeya) at the tender age of nine. A truly charismatic Egyptian superstar, she was one of the pioneers in bringing Egyptian Dance to the rest of the world. She had her own troupe which toured around the world with Bellydance celebrity artist Nagwa Foaud. Lubna was not only the personal choreographer for Nagwa, but also worked with and mentored many well known performers.

To this day, Lubna’s choreography is sought-after by many international superstar oriental dancers. Furthermore, she also produces her own music! She continues to be a master teacher with a strong following of students from around the world. Her teaching focuses not only on technique and skill, but also on the appropriate interpretation and expression of the Egyptian culture. With Lubna’s busy travel schedule, it is an extraordinary treat to be able to watch her perform on stage and to participate in her workshops!

May KT Founder & Director, Teacher

  • July 21 @ 15:00
    1500 - 1630 1h 30'
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After studying Middle Eastern dance for nearly 20 years both locally and overseas, May has discovered the beauty of its culture through dance and music. As a professional physiotherapist as well as a dance teacher, May was captivated by the intrigued movements of this dance form which is very enjoyable both to the dancers and to the audience; as well as a very healthy form of exercise to anyone.

Over the years, she has noticed the lack of knowledge of her rich culture and history in Hong Kong. With the growing interests in this dance form all over the world in the past decades, there is also an increasing cultural gap between the local “belly dance” scene and the traditional Raks Sharqi (Egyptian Oriental Dance), leading to misinterpretation of the dance and music causing wrong impressions on the Middle Eastern countries and their people. May sincerely hopes that by creating opportunities to showcase the genuinely high level artistry of this beautiful culture from a folkloric point of view, introducing the originality of Oriental dance, mutual respect will be generated between the people from both sides of the world. And at the same time, bringing the focus of the general public back to a traditional cultural art form that started in the cradle of all humanity some 7000 years ago. World peace starts from mutual understanding and respect. Throughout history, it has always been successfully done through arts and cultural exchange.

Nasra Emam

  • July 21 @ 15:00
    1500 - 1630 1h 30'
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Nasra Emam is a legendary teacher and choreographer of Egyptian national dance. She was selected to enter the national dance academy at the age of 15. It took her only 2 years to complete the 4-year curriculum. Eventually, she was selected to join the Egyptian National Dance Troupe known as the Kaumeya Troupe, and has performed all over the world. Subsequently, she also became a teacher, training dancers worldwide. In the 1980’s, she visited China with the Egyptian national team, and participated in cultural exchanges and performances with other national troupes. At one point, Nasra formed her own dance troupe, and collaborated with renowned dancers and musicians on stage and film, including the mega-star Nagwa Fouad.

Nasra has flourished in the dance world for over 30 years. She participated in numerous dance festivals in the Arab nations, and held workshops in many countries including China, USA, France, Japan, Sweden and Greece. Nasra truly is a legendary household name and the “goddess” of Egyptian folk dance. Her performances are classic and at the same time mesmerizing.

Currently, Nasra is focused on promoting Egyptian folk and oriental dance worldwide, to help more dance lovers gain a deeper knowledge of the history and culture of this art.

Osama Emam

  • July 21 @ 15:00
    1500 - 1630 1h 30'
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"Osama Emam, fromly General Director of the National Folkloric Dance (Kaumeya )Troupe of Egypt until 2021, now currently serving as Honary Advisor and Choreographer of the National dance Troupe, is undeniably the world leader in today’s Egyptian dance community.

Osama entered the Egyptian National (Kaumeya) Troupe Dance Academy at a very young age in 9. After 3 years of hard work, he was recruited into the National Folkloric Dance Troupe of Egypt (Kaumeya), and began his illustrious dance career.

Years later, Osama took a leap and left his place of origin, to broaden his horizons. For 5 years, he joined his mentors in overseas performances in London, Switzerland and many more places in Europe. After that, he returned home to the Kaumeya National Troupe. He had then also formed his own dance troupe, and had choreographed songs and dance routines for many films.

Osama has led the Kaumeya National Troupe in cultural exchanges around the world. Apart from being an outstanding dancer and an inspiring teacher, he places great emphasis on the expression of the cultural origins of the different music and folk dances. He currently performs, teaches and judges both domestically and internationally, and fervently promotes Egyptian dance culture."