Cleopatras Belly Dancers also known as The Rozeta Belly Dancers is a well known group of professional Belly Dance/Middle Eastern Dance performers.
Orginally founded by the renown national and international Belly Dancer and teacher Rozeta Ahalyea. Cleopatra, Dancer/Director, under the guidance of Rozeta now continues this professional Dancing group.
Book one dancer, a duo or more to dance, delight and and entertain your guests at all your special events; parties, hens night speciality, weddings, gatherings, corporates, promotions, Bollywood and other Eastern themed events.
The dance style is dance orientale with predominantly Egyptian influence. Further the influences of Belly Dance from countries and peoples in the Middle East and its various dance styles have been studied and incorporated through out the dancer's performance..mainly Belly Dance from Greece, Turkey, Lebanon, the Bedouins and Egypt. Further, with the international integration of other Eastern music such as Indian and African, the dancers have further influence in the traditional belly dance style, which makes it even more exciting, being able to adapt to the traditional Arabian style scene or the colourful Indian Bollywood theme.
The Dancer's performance is very colourful and entertaining. The format incorporates dancing with the veil, then the zills(finger cymbals) followed by the cane dance and drum solo and involving the audience at various stages of their performance makes for a very fun, entertaining and joyous event.
Cleopatras Belly Dancers have been based on the Gold Coast in Queensland Australia for 15 years now. Their performances are booked at many venues on the Gold Coast, in Brisbane, as far North as the Sunshine Coast and South over the border into Northern NSW. Our venues for dance performance are wide and varied from weddings, cultural events, fund raisers, birthday parties and corporate events performed in clubs, private venues, restaurants and other such as the Hyatt Hotels, The Marriott, Gold Coast International, Sheraton Mirage, Movie World, Dream World to name a few, dancing to small groups of six or so people to crowds of hundreds.