Workshop Sponsor Care Package

Hello there workshop sponsor!

Thank for for considering to sponsor me at your next event! I’d like to make your job as easy as possible by providing a few links to assets you would need to help promote my workshops. For quoting and contracts, please don’t hesitate to email me at majda.anwar@gmail.com.

Thanks,

Majda

Promoter Materials

  • Workshop Descriptions
  • Videos
  • Short Bio:
    • Majda Anwar is an engaging and experienced dancer and musician based in Atlanta, Georgia. She is currently studying in the Salimpour School of Dance. Known for her stage presence and expressive musicality, Majda performs and teaches all styles of belly dance from Classical Egyptian to tribal fusion.
  • Medium Bio
    • Majda is a dancer and musician of the Middle Eastern arts. As a dancer, Majda began dancing at the age of 5 with her Jordanian family at social gatherings, learning from her aunts. At the age of 11, she began her formal dance training and continues her studies today. As a musician, Majda picked up the violin at age 10 and played in school orchestras through high school. In the fall of 2008, Majda returned to the violin to study Arabic music with Dr. Wael Mahalowy at the American University of Cairo during study abroad. She has since studied with various Arab musicians around the US, always searching to improv her sound and understanding of maqamat (Arabic music modes). Majda’s continued passion and dedication to the Middle Eastern arts have led her to teach and perform as often as possible. From 2006 – 2012, Majda performed and toured with the Awalim Dance Company under the direction of Ziah Ali. From 2005 – 2009, Majda has taught multi-level, weekly classes at Georgia Tech where she earned her Undergraduate degree in Marketing at the School of Business. In 2015, Majda began to study with the Salimpour School of Dance and holds a Level 2 Suhaila Salimoupr certification and a Level 1 Jamila Salimpour certification.

Tribal High Res Photos (Matt Odom Photography)

 

Cabaret High Res Photos (Dancer’s Eye Photography)

 

Folkloric Photos (Dan Moore Photography)

High Res Coming Soon