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Useful Links From Us To You

The Babylonian Ensemble - The wonderful people who put on MedFest!

Brothers of the Baladi - Our amazing musician friends, check them out!

Drumming - Best source for info on drumming in the Greater Olympia Area

Divine Transformation Bellydance - Ruby in Portland, former Mas Uda member

Facebook - "Like" Mas Uda on Facebook

Hasani - Of 'Hasani's Hafla' fame!

Mezdulene and Jareeda publications Kashani is - a staff writer - (Troupe Talk column)

Middle Eastern Dance - A wonderful resource site.

Middle Eastern Dance Association of British Columbia - Kashani writes DVD reviews for the MEDA newsletter.

Nizana's Events Listings

Samara Dancers - Samara Dancers, Kitsap Peninsula

Shaharazad - Fantastic performers of - Folkloric, fusion and American belly Dance

Saqra - What can you say, she's SAQRA!

Shira.net - Another wonderful resource for dancers and newbie dancers.

Skin Deep Dance - Tribal style belly dance in Seattle

Tribe Nawaar - Our friends in Denver, CO

Ucanto - A Fat Chance sister studio

Woman's Club of Olympia where Mas Uda Classes are held.

Zaghareet magazine Kashani writes the Troupe Time column for Zaghareet


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