House of Inanna was very proud to be part of the June HaflAdira at Adira’s Dance & Costume! Performers were troupe members Petra, Hiya, and Tamara, while students Collie, Lisa, and Maggie also participated.
We are so excited about our next performance project! We are in the Saturday night performance of Dancing Feet 2017. Not only are we performing, we’re sharing the stage with a variety of other dance forms — including flamenco, ballet folklórico, Scottish, and Bulgarian! It should be a great show!
The show is Saturday April 22 at 8pm, in the Mayer Theater at Santa Clara University. General admission tickets are only $20 — buy yours now!
For more information please click on the flyer below. Also, please note there are three performances: Saturday afternoon, Saturday night, and Sunday afternoon — however, we are onlyin the Saturday night show. We look forward to seeing you there!
India Joze’ New Rooz Persian New Year celebration is always a pleasure for the House of Inanna troupe to dance at, and this year was no exception. Here are a few shots of the dancers, as well as of the beautiful holiday ritual table.
House of Inanna performed at the Crepe Place on Saturday the 11th — it was a beautiful day and a lovely dance! Two of the old hands, Petra and Tamara, led two of the students, Maggie and Kali. A good time was had by all, and the audience was most appreciative! Best of all, one of our kind audience members was good enough to share two photos she took with us. Thank you so much, kind but unnamed audience member! 🙂
Petra’s sword-dancing solo
Connecting with the audience!
Then, after our sets were completed, we also took a few shots of each other. Enjoy!
Today, while the Electoral College votes, a song that’s definitely not Middle Eastern but captures some of the feeling of coming together with other dancers to meld our unique styles and music-interpretations to create a unified, synchronized dance piece! A reminder that each of us can use our One Voice to give a powerful message of unity.
As always, please support your artists — in this case The Wailin’ Jennys — by purchasing their music.