Club Bellydance Tour Brings Internationally Renowned Bellydance Superstars Performers to Louisville on Oct. 7
Showcase at Clifton Center to Include Bellydance Celebrities and Premier Regional Performers
Bellydance Superstars, an internationally renowned performance group that has been showcased in venues from Paris’ Folies Bergere to arenas on the Lollapalooza tour, is bringing the new Club Bellydance tour to Louisville on Friday, Oct. 7. Club Bellydance features Bellydance Superstars’ dance director Sabah along with dancers Moria, Stefanya, Colleen and Victoria with all new choreography.
Created in order to connect Bellydance Superstars with bellydance troupes across the nation, Club Bellydance features local performers at each venue, and the Louisville show at the Clifton Center’s Eifler Theatre will feature the best in the region. Tickets are $20 ($2 fee for online purchase) or $25 at the door. Tickets can be purchased online at https://tix.extremetix.com/Online/?siteID=2841&cartID=0ae2e59d-5312-45de-88c3-982ee6d0b836&even+tID=32080. The Clifton Center is located at 2117 Payne St. Doors open at 7 p.m., and the show starts at 7:30.
Local/Regional Club Bellydance Performers:
Crescent Moon Dance Company
Samovar Dance Company
About Club Bellydance:
The Club Bellydance tour features five Bellydance Superstars soloists and several local dancers at each concert, with the goal of celebrating belly dance in America today. The show is a great value, with the price being half that of the usual Bellydance Superstars show. The Louisville show on this national tour is organized by Ruric-Amari. For more information on individual performers, visit the event website: http://www.ruric-amari.com/Club-Bellyda ... sville.htm.
Ruric-Amari is a performer, teacher and choreographer. She is director of the Samovar and Samovar East dance companies and the Ruric-Amari Dance studio, located in the Clifton Center in Louisville Ky. She is a frequent performer at weddings and parties, university functions, city festivals, CD release parties, major charity galas, television programs and dance concerts. Hundreds of performances at dozens of venues have earned her a reputation as an extraordinary dance artist and entertainer.
Ruric-Amari founded the Samovar Dance Company in 2005 to provide students with a performance outlet. Samovar has evolved into a high-energy performance group bringing authentic and experimental belly dance to a wide variety of venues in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio.
Samovar East was formed in 2010 to present authentic Bollywood and group dances from Ruric's Indic Idiom project. Indic Idiom, now in its third year, was inspired by the life work of La Meri, an American dancer who mastered Indian dance during her tours in the East and went on to perform it in the West to the music of Bach and several of the great ballets.