Belly dance to dazzle

2015-06-04 06:01
Well-known KwaZulu-Natal dancer and 2013 Umhlanga Woman Achiever of the Year , Senta Duffield, will show off her  award winning belly dancing in Keep Dancing at Sibaya’s iZulu Theatre on Saturday, 13 June 2015.x

Well-known KwaZulu-Natal dancer and 2013 Umhlanga Woman Achiever of the Year , Senta Duffield, will show off her award winning belly dancing in Keep Dancing at Sibaya’s iZulu Theatre on Saturday, 13 June 2015.x

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SIBAYA Casino andamp; Entertainment Kingdom, FloorCraft Dance Studio and Maya Dance Company partner to present a music and dance extravaganza, Keep Dancing, which celebrates the magic of dance – from ballroom to belly dancing. The show takes place at the iZulu Theatre on Saturday, 13 June.

The dance showcase features professional dancers Warren and Senta Duffield. Warren is a professional Latin, ballroom and line dancer, and the principal and director of FloorCraft Dance Studio­. Warren became the world advanced male line dancer in 2013, and was promoted to All Star, the highest status a world line dancer can achieve. He has participated in Shall We Dance at the Playhouse since 2002 as a dancer, soloist and choreographer.

Senta is a professional belly dancer and the owner and director of Maya Dance Company, where she has been bringing the best of belly-dance training to her students for 10 years. She was awarded Umhlanga Woman Achiever of the Year in 2013 and is also the chairlady of the SADTA­ belly dance division. She has choreographed­ the belly dance numbers for Shall We Dance at the Playhouse since 2005.

Warren and Senta believe in giving back to the community and give a donation to a local charity from every show they have produced.

Tickets to Keep Dancing cost R80 per person from Computicket or the Sibaya box office.

- Supplied.

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