Persian dance training courses
The elegant and refined use of the hands hypnotizes the viewer, who feels transported to a past full of Middle Eastern suggestions, finding himself in the Courts of the Persian Emperors of the Qajar period.
Most of the “figures” and “pose” of this dance derive from the miniatures of the “700 and” 800, miniatures that portrayed court life or the much venerated ‘water, wind and air, graceful beings who perfectly embodied the ideal of femininity in Persia of that period.
It was before the Islamic revolution that there was an enormous flowering of all the arts in Iran and in particular of Iranian ballet, traditional elements were codified, arranged, and incorporated into a repertoire that was more suited to an international audience. From miniatures, to architecture, from calligraphy to the refinement of silver and carpets, formal perfection, together with the sweetness of sentiment, grace and measure are the figures of the Persian spirit.