Because of the many types of headdress designs in keeping with tribal fusion belly dance, a way to begin deciding which one would be right for your performance is to consider the style of dance you would like to stage.
The name of a choreography, such as “Nocturnal,”
“Court of the Red Snake Queen,” “Aquarius,” “Bones and Sinew,” or “Jaguar,” begins to refine the piece’s
thematic considerations and plays a fundamental role
in determining the most impactful headdress.
Gyrations around the stage can cause a headdress malfunction that undermines an otherwise flawless performance, so it’s important to know what will
work in various situations.
Whether your vision is a diadem of flowers and feathers, or a tiara of eye-catching sparkle, Moria will show you what to do and explain why so that you can successfully create your own crowning glory.
Photographers: Moria Chappell, Serge Feeleenger,
Jeanie Lewis, Andre Elbing, Carrie Meyer, Debojyoti Dhar, Dahna Koth, Scott Belding, The Dancer's Eye, Cherry Li