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Fifty Shades of Fusion

January 26, 2014       3 Comments
By: Diane Szczepanski

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The Arbeitoer Hall was host to Fifty Shades of Fusion, a belly/tribal dance show on Saturday, January 27th, 2014 and despite inclement weather, approximately 200 people of varying ages, were in attendance for the unique show.

Event organizer and performer, Linda Sarantis, of Saginaw, was pleased with the turn out and remarked, "This is our first annual show and I think it went really well!".

A dancers workshop was held at the hall earlier in the afternoon offering attendees an opportunity to learn and compare various styles of dance.

Despite some of the artists from out of the area who were unable to attend due to weather issues, the show provided a full range of many styles of dance. Guests were treated to mesmerizing numbers, beautiful costumes and a music that ranged from tribal, electronic to traditional middle eastern.

Linda Sarantis, Event Organizer
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tattdgma Says:       On January 26, 2014 at 08:51 PM
Thanks for the write up. The photos are fantastic.
meznotuktff Says:       On January 26, 2014 at 09:46 PM
We were so blessed to receive such an amazing community support especially given the challenging weather. This art is often misunderstood and it was a pleasure to provide not only a unique form of entertainment but also perhaps some education on this growing and ever evolving dance form. I love teaching this art because it is empowering and inspiring for women of all ages, sex and ethnicities. I think we clearly demonstrated this in our show. I also think we can say each and every act was an inspiration. Thank you to Arbeirtoer Hall, the performers, and most if all the community for making this show an exceptional success.
Meznotiktff Says:       On January 27, 2014 at 04:27 PM
I would like to clarify a typo in my last post. The first post should read (Meznotiktff) which stands for Meznotik Tribal Fire and Fusion. We are the performance troupe that hosted this event and we perform all over the Northern United states and Canada. Our performances include fusion, tribal and folkloric Middle Eastern Dance as well as fire performance/dance. If you attended this show and loved what you saw, please feel free to contact me regarding classes or performance availability at Classes are available in Saginaw and Bay City. If you do not live in the area but would still like to take classes I can refer you to other studios in the state who offer quality classes.
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Diane Szczepanski

Business-woman by day, confessed boot addict by night and 'wanna-be' writer, music lover and proud Mom of an awesome guitar playing, teen son.

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