Devi Mamak Tribal Camp Oslo 2012

Welcome to Tribal Camp Oslo 2012

Tribal Camp Oslo 2012 aims to be a fantastically creative and inspiring weekend of workshops covering 20 hours of intense workout, tribal technique and performance creativity with the internationally renowned Tribal Style teachers and performers Devi Mamak and Susan Frankovich.

Tribal Bellydance dancers are widely known for their sharing and giving attitude. Tribal Camp Oslo is a festival inspired by this spirit. Mix and match from the workshop menu and let Devi and Susan inspire you.

Grow as a dancer,  challenge yourself, try something new. This weekend is a must for every tribal dancer! Welcome to Tribal Camp Oslo.


DATE & LOCATION

2 – 4 November 2012 in Oslo, Norway
The workshops are held at NSKI in Møllergata 9. Here is the location on Google Map: http://g.co/maps/4p7nn


SCHEDULE

2 November Workshop Instructor Level
15:00-17:00 Tribal Arms and Upper Body 58€ Susan Frankovich All levels
17:15-18:15 Slinky & Slow 28€ Devi Mamak Advanced beginner/Intermediate
18:30-20:30 New official ATS® steps 58€ Devi Mamak Advanced beginner/Intermediate

3 November Workshop Instructor Level
10:00-12:00 Mentally Mastering Layers 58€ Susan Frankovich Advanced beginner/Intermediate
12:15-14:15 Epoca – Tango Inspired Fusion 58€ Susan Frankovich Intermediate/Advanced
14:30-15:30 Technique in ATS® 28€ Devi Mamak All levels
15:45-17:45 ATS®/Flamenco Gypsy Fusion 58€ Devi Mamak Advanced beginner/Intermediate
20:00 Battle of the Tribes

4 November Workshop Instructor Level
10:00-12:00 Choreography for Tribal 58€ Devi Mamak Advanced beginner/Intermediate
12:15-14:15 Innovative Formations 58€ Devi Mamak All levels
14:30-16:30 Belly Popping 58€ Susan Frankovich All levels
16:45-18:45 Slow and Sassy –
Layering Outside of the Box 58€
Susan Frankovich Intermediate/Advanced
20:00 Farewell dinner

We offer a discount to those who attends more than one workshop. Read more here.


TEACHERS

Devi Mamak Tribal Camp Oslo 2012

Devi Mamak is troupe member and artistic director of the award winning Ghawazi Caravan and is widely considered one of Australia’s premier American Tribal Style® dancers, teachers and choreographers having trained many of the top dancers in the genre and has also studied a variety of Middle Eastern dance styles herself for well over a decade as well as Flamenco, Classical Indian & Ballet. Devi is highly sought after teacher and performer and is regularly asked to teach around Australia, Asia, Europe and the USA.

She has also travelled to San Francisco several times to study with the masters of ATS® and has dedicated herself to ATS® since 1999. Devi is the first person in Australia to be accepted into Carolena Nericcio’s intensive Teacher Training Course. Devi has now received her teaching accreditation in the highly regarded FatChanceBellyDance® format, with several of Ghawazi Caravan movements being accepted into this format. Devi has been invited to perform and co-teach the General Skills test with Carolena Nericcio both in Australia and Taiwan.

Devi regularly performs at various functions ranging from community events, festivals, as well as private and corporate functions. Devi has also been invited to be a part of major funded productions such as Unmasked and “The Firebird” where she had the opportunity to work collaboratively with dancers and musicians of various styles.

She is also the Artistic Director of student troupes, Ghaziya and Ghawazi Girls. Devi has earned a reputation as a patient and thorough teacher. As a performer she is renowned for her strong stage presence, as well as her innovative and colorful choreographies.

Susan Frankovich Tribal Camp Oslo 2012

Susan Frankovich was always interested in communication through movement and body language. She acted and danced her way trough tap, ballet, jazz, hip hop, also studied martial arts. She studied Kung Fu under master Charles Song the Obosan, and was #1 in California and Nevada for kata.

She studied theater at the College of Santa Fe and took both modern and African dance classes. After a year and a half of theater she switched over to the music department and ended up with a degree in music performance and composition. During college she mainly produced avant-garde style music as well as collaborating with peers to put on multi media performances. Somewhere during that time she discovered bellydance – American Tribal Style®, the merging crown of all her interests and skills.

After college she moved to New York City and became a dancer in the original PURE (Public Urban Ritual Experiment) branch and co-founded Alchemy Dance Theater with Sarah J. Locke. She also joined Bellyqueen and toured with them.

After NYC she moved to the Bay Area putting her bags down in Oakland. She stayed there for two years and collaborated with Mira Betz, Elizabeth Strong, Frederique, Rose Harden, Sarah White and Jill Parker of Ultra Gypsy in The Barbary Coast Shakedown.

She is now living and teaching in Croatia, and travels doing workshops and performances all over the US as well as all over the world.

Susan has taken workshops and classes with and by many talented artists like Carolina Nericcio of FatChanceBellyDance®, Heather Stants of Urban Tribal, Jill Parker, Rachel Brice, Sharon Kihara, Zoe Jakes, Kami Liddle, Suhaila, Amar Gamal, Valentina Lacmanovic, Kaeshi Chai, Ranya Renee Fleysher, Mira Betz, Elizabeth Strong, Frederique, Ariellah, Olivia Kissel and Maria Hammer of Zafira and last, but certainly not least – Arianne Monti, a teacher and dance partner from Apsara Tribal Belly Dance Ensemble that gave her strong foundation in American Tribal Style®.


REGISTRATION & ENQIRIES

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