Wednesday 11 November and 25 November: Mogador Café Tribal Troopers performs regurarly in this cosy restaurant/café/bar in the centre of Oslo. A glass of wine costs only 49 NOK and don't forget to check out the delicious dishes. Rumours have it that it's Bollywood time 11 November and sword time on the 25th.. Time: We … Les mer Tribal Troopers on stage November 2009
Saturday 24 October: Al Farah Bellydance Show Bellydance show with dancers from around the country and special guests Gloria Riveros (Paraguay/Norway) and Irina Popova (Russia). Tribal Troopers have an extra special surprise this evening.. Time: 7:00pm - 11:30 pm Location: Cosmopolite v/Soria Moria på Torshov Entrance fee: NOK 175 (internett order), NOK 200 (door) Wednesday … Les mer Tribal Troopers on stage October 2009
Teachers and students of Tribal Camp Oslo performs for an audience at the event Battle of the Tribes. This is a dinner show. The meal is included in the entrance fee. The space is limited, sign up soon. Mogador Café sells wine, beer and drinks for those who are thirsty. Time: 12 September 19:30 Location: … Les mer Welcome to Battle of the Tribes 2009
13 June 14:00: Stovner festival Location: Kultursalen Nedre Fossum gård, Oslo 23 June 20:00: Ut Flukt, World Refugee Day Location: Eventyrbrua, Oslo Artists: Valentourettes, Kohinoor, PK, Nabi Dilnawas, Tribal Troopers, Carl Petter Opsahl, Kurdish dance company and more Click here for more information about the event Ut Flukt.
Workshops at Tribal Camp Oslo 2009 American Tribal Style (ATS) slow movements American Tribal Style (ATS) fast steps Persian Dance technique Dark Fusion technique Tribal workshop: How to "tribalize" Egyptian moves Sword choreography and technique Dark Fusion choreography Persian Dance choreography This year we have invited two great instructors from Sweden, Sophia Mirlashari and Callisto! … Les mer Welcome to Tribal Camp Oslo 2009
Tribal Troopers danced at the Oriental Dance festival Saharat Sharqia 7 February arranged by Hilde Lund. Photo: Jenny Lovise Staurset MS Innvik, the show boat. Yolanda Juba adjusting the turban. Saida Carioca putting on more flowers. Ready! Nirmal Kumari Mahe dressed in a beautiful saree. The gorgeous Shireen putting on more make up. After the … Les mer Performing at Saharat Sharqia
Tribal Troopers in action! Also painting the colours bright this evening was Synnøve Ask, Maikki, Lydia Malchikova, Tina, Ingvild Linnea Bråthen, Christina, Ingvild & Admaya and Serbest Oriental. Pål was taking care of the waffle shop, Camilla of the music and Edson was engeneering the beautiful light show. 😉 Photo: Hanne Sjølli
Tribal Dance workshop in connection with the oriental dance festival Saharat Sharqia arranged by Hilde Lund. Teacher: Jenny Lovise Staurset Time: Saturday February 7 11:00-14:00 Location: Navlen Dansestudio Fee: 300 NOK Registration/info: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. 47 26 18 25 Learn to dance by drilling the basics in fun combinations. This is an open workshop for those who have previous experience with bellydance or tribal.
Welcome to Hawk-in-the-Nest 10! Time: Saturday January 31 2009 - the show starts at 17:00. Place: Kultursalen Nedre Fossum gård, Karl Fossumsvei 1, Stovner underground station. Entrance fee: 20 NOK for children and 50 NOK for adults. Café with waffles, soft drinks, coffe and tea. The money collected goes to orphans and children living on the street in Mosambique.
Welcome to Hawk-in-the-Nest 10 evening show! Time: Saturday January 31 2009 - the show starts at 20:00. Location: Kultursalen Nedre Fossum gård, Karl Fossumsvei 1, Stovner underground station. Entrance fee: 50 NOK. Café with waffles, soft drinks, coffe and tea. The money collected goes to orphans and children living on the street in Mosambique. Design: … Les mer Hawk-in-the-Nest dance show
Tribal Troopers were guest dansers when the punkrock band Pirate Love was playing at Øyafestival August 9. Photo: Espen Helleberg, Erik Moholdt and Jan Erik Svendsen
Guest teachers Eva Loune and Elin Kåven held a Tribal Fusion class and a Dark Tribal Fusion class. Photo: Jorunn Sjølli