Curriculum ::: Munique Neith
Munique Neith is Brazilian of Arabic descent, belly dancer, teacher and choreographer with years of International experience. She Traveled around the world (Taiwan, Korea, Brasil, Italy, Portugal, Switzerland, Egypt, Germany, Venezuela, Mexico,Chile, Poland, Spain) teaching and performing Bellydancing.
Nowadays, she lives in Barcelona (Spain) and she is the first master owner of two Oriental Dance Schools in the country with more than 800 students and the biggest school in Europe exclusively for bellydancing.
She has studied with great masters from Egypt, such as Raqia Hassan, Momo Kadous, Mo Geddawi, Lulu Sabongi, Dina, Randa Kamel, and others.
Munique Neith Also teaches belly dance and Arabic folkloric dance in the University of Barcelona. As an Arabic dance professional, she has been taking part in great events such as the Gala for ¨Premis Sant Jordi RNE de Cinema 2004¨ in Palau de la Musica Catalana. She was invited by the Spanish TV TVE to participate in the show “From Cairo to Bagdad”, with the percusionist Khamis Khenkesh in Barcelona, for the International Dance Festival in Madrid, etc.
Comments about Munique Neith on the Press
By Laura Muñoz (www.nosotras.com) about the performance From Cairo to Bagdag
“Without any doubt, Munique Neith was the one giving sensuality to the moment with her bellydance movements. With the daintiness of her moves, her beauty, the harmony of her body and her spectacular wardrobe she attracted all the glances. Bellydance filled with magic Luz de Gas hall.”
By the Bellydancer Lulu Sabongi (translation of the text published in her web page www.lulusabongi.com/blog)
“Keep her name: Munique Neith, she has opened her second academy in Barcelona; she is becoming an iconic figure in the Spanish Bellydance world and, what is more, with only five years of experience in the market of this country. Josi in Iceland, Munique Neith in Spain, Kareema in Germany, Serena in England; all of them brasilian dancers that take our talent and warmth around the world. And we shouldn’t forget Soraia in Cairo.”
By Cristina Cancela and Marga Gómez (about her performance in the International Festival in Madrid)
“Munique Neith got on with the public in a wonderful way. Her charm and the elegance of her dance were a great gift, we can conclude saying that we missed more interventions of this brasilian dancer”
By Yolanda Vila and aprendedanzaoriental.com about the performance From Cairo to Bagdag
“…the guest dancer was Munique Neith who made the public fell in love with her smile. She did great: the respect of the musicians (we could see the music through her movements). The Khaligi dance and the drum solo with Khamis (very natural!) are to be highlighted. We all notice when a musician is comfotable with a dancer and this is what happened with her and Khamis.
The attitued of complicity between them was also transmited to the public (more than 650 people…).”