We are gearing up for a big private event tonight!Would you like to book Black Isles for your celebration?! We bring an unforgettable and entertaining show that will take your party to the next level. Contact us at email@example.com we’d love to collaborate with you and help turn your event into a party!
Check back for some upcoming public gigs! . . . #bellydance #entertainment #mnentertainment #mnparties #letusentertainyou #dancewithus #band #bellydancers #tribalfusionbellydance #worldmusic #worlddance ... See MoreSee Less
Please welcome another EXCELLENT and established tribal fusion dancer to the crew- Akasha! We are so happy to have her join us in Black Isles! ✨✨✨
BIO: Akasha grew up dancing, literally. She took tap, ballet, and jazz starting at three. Her advantage was that her parents had their own dance studio. Ballroom, Asian, and Latin were some of the styles they taught. Teaching her all the forms of dance they knew, she performed regularly with them and on her own. She continued on in dance line and modern dance as a young adult. Akasha took up bellydancing full-time in 2001, studying at Cassandra Shore’s Cassandra School, Ammala Middle Eastern School of Dance, Sahar School of Middle Eastern Dance, and Al-Bahira Middle Eastern School of Dance. She has also studied under a myriad of world-famous instructors and intensives such as Rachel Brice’s 8 Elements and Zoe Jakes Dance Craft. . . #bellydance #dancerbio #newdancer #dancecrew #tribalfusion #bellydance #dancer #akasha #blackisles ... See MoreSee Less
Welcome, Danielle to Black Isles! We are so excited to have you! Danielle is bellydancer from Minneapolis, MN. She's enjoyed growing and performing in Cabaret belly dance and is very excited to further her tribal Fusion dance style with Black Isles. She has a diverse dance background and continues to enjoy other types of dance as well including hip hop, jazz and ballet.
More news! Join us in welcoming Dom to Black Isles!
Dom Locke began studying Middle Eastern dance in 2010 after becoming enamored by the artistry of Zoe Jakes and Rachel Brice. In addition to weekly dance classes, she attends various workshops around the Twin Cities. She is thrilled to grow as a dancer within Black Isles.