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27Apr
Shakti's Den Featuring Rachel Brice!
7:00 PM - 11:59 PM Doris Duke Theatre
Date: April 27, 2019 to April 27, 2019
Where: Doris Duke Theatre, 900 S Beretania St, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States, 96814
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Arts & Theater
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Shakti's Den Featuring world-renowned Dance Artist Rachel Brice!Saturday, April 27thHonolulu Museum of ArtsDoris Duke Theater Doors open at 7pmShow starts promptly at 7:30pm$30 pre-sale tickets$40 at the door $45 VIP seating, first 3 center rows Join us for an incredible evening of Fusion Bellydance starring world renowned & internationally acclaimed Bellydance extraordinaire Rachel Brice!! Additional performances by: Aly Kat Azure Haunani Ramil Kahri Sahira Kalae Kaina Madame X Malia Delapenia Maui Belly Dance Company Sammie & Lilikoi Serendipity Love Shakti Dance Movement Vila Donovan Viora More TBA About Rachel Brice The Short Version If she's not teaching workshops or training teachers in the 8 Elements method, she works at her home studio Datura, regularly films classes for Datura Online, sells prints on Society6, and is completing a full collage tarot deck called Datura Tarot, inspired by her father. She studies with her teachers Carolena Nericcio and Gary Kraftsow whenever possible. The Long Version Rachel Brice first fell in love with Belly Dance at 16 years old, when she saw The Gypsy Moor Dancers (who later became Hahbi'Ru) at a Renaissance Faire, and started classes with Atesh immediately. Soon after, she discovered a video of Suhaila Salimpour which she obsessively studied. She began making her living by performing American Cabaret Belly Dance at restaurants and teaching yoga while putting herself through school. A decade later she discovered Carolena Nericcio's American Tribal Style, which shifted her aesthetic from nightclub to nomad, and Jill Parker became her technique inspiration. She then studied several world and contemporary dance forms as she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Dance Ethnology. The fresh immersion in these dance forms and exposure to San Francisco culture began to mix with her 10 years as a restaurant dancer, and she (unwittingly) started to blend these influences and create something new. In 2001 she was accidentally disc
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