Charm City Shimmy is hosted monthly at a fabulous Indian restaurant right off Arundel Mills called Rangoli.
There was a great line up of performances, and part of what we think we loved about it is the variety of style that was represented in a single evening, and every one of 'em was dripping with personality and good showmanship.
We felt honored to be the last performance of the evening before the headliners, Bagoas, one of the most badass male tribal fusion bellydancers you could hope to be transfized by, followed by Moria Chappell, a tribal fusion superstar who has movements that are powerful and commanding and fierce, all while maintaining an underlying feminine softness. We don't even know, y'all. She just does it!
We were so excited to be a trio this evening, as often times we're solo or in duet formation, and the three of us had a great time in what we hope was a really entertaining, beautiful to watch, memorable performance.
We are particularly proud of our dance sister Gina, who's only been drinking the Koolaid for a few months, and is really flourishing.
You can find the YouTube video of our performance on our Facebook page! Meow!