Zahra Noor is proud to present:
Nada El Masriya
Friday May 21st
1 p.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday May 22nd 10:30 a.m. -3 p.m. (30 minute lunch break)
Sunday May 23rd
11:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. (30 minute lunch break)
Gala Show Saturday 8pm
Three days and 12 hours devoted to Egyptian Folklore with Nada!
To learn more about a culture you must understand its folklore. To be a star in oriental dance, you must learn folkore!
Oriental dance has roots in Egyptian folkore.
I't's important to understand characterization, musicality, rhythms and so much more behind each folkoric style.
During Nada el Masriya's Folkore Intensive participants will learn three styles of Egyptian folklore, technique and some choreography.
Participants will grow their understanding of the music of these styles. They also will understand the history and culture behind each style.
Too far to drive? Get here by plane, train or bus!
Philadelphia Airport (PHL)
Train to Wilmington, Delaware, or Newark, Delaware
Bus to Wilmington, Delaware
Bus to Newark, Delaware
Plan a vacation when you attend Nada's workshops!
Northern Delaware is only a 2 hour drive from New York City, a 2 hour drive from Washington D.C., a 1.5 hour drive from Atlantic City, a 1 hour drive from Baltimore and a 30 minute drive from Philadelphia!
Things to do in Delaware:
Tax-free shopping at Christiana Mall
Shopping and dining on Main Street
IMAX movie theater
University of Delaware, one of the oldest universities in the U.S.
Old New Castle
University of Delaware Theatre
World Cafe Live
Longwood Gardens (nearby PA)
Delaware Art Museum
Zahra's Favorite Restaurants:
Pizza by Elizabeth's
Take the Lead
320 Lantana Dr, Hockessin, Delaware.
Hampton Inn & Suites Wilmington-Christiana is offering special room rates for participants
$129 per night with code "Nada El Masriya"
Deadline for special rate is April 20th.
$299 Individuals before April 9th
Plus 3% processing fee
$249 for troupes and teacher/student groups of 4 or more before April 9th
Email for group rate
$399 after April 9th
Plus 3% processing fee
In the words of legendary dancer, actress and cultural icon Fifi Abdou; “Nada El Masriya is the Ambassador of Egyptian Dance in Canada.”
A graduate of Cairo University with a degree in Law and a minor in the history of Egyptian Culture & Dance, Nada has spent most of her life training, teaching and performing internationally as a professional dancer.
Her professional dance career began with the prestigious Reda Troupe School, Egypt’s first and most famous folkloric dance company.
They call her the 21st century Samia Gamal, they call her the Baladi princess. Nada El Masriya is the Artistic Director and Co-Founder of the Egyptian Dance Academy based in Toronto.
Learn more about Nada here: http://www.discoverbellydance.com/nada-el-masriya/