Add a little spice to your special event, with Nimeera!
Nimeera is an award-winning second-generation bellydancer with training in multiple dance styles since the age of four and over fifteen years of professional performance experience as a solo featured artist, including appearances at several prestigious national and international venues. She offers top-quality entertainment for private events, restaurants, theaters, corporate events and television, both in the United States and overseas.
Nimeera is very easy to work with and happy to customize her service to your event. She will provide the utmost in professionalism, punctuality, attention to detail, exquisite costumes, and a selection of options including finger cymbals, candelabra, candle tray, wings, veil, fan veils, cane, sword, and balance on drum. She can bring hip scarves and veils to share with your guests upon request. Her dance is fun, energetic, feminine, graceful, highly interactive, and always family friendly. She loves to engage her audience and invite people to get up and dance!
Nimeera is one of the very few snake dancers in the United States. Invite one of Nimeera's serpentine friends to your event and watch the crowd go wild! With several snakes to choose from, she is certain to have the right one for the occasion. All snakes are non-venomous, highly socialized, very friendly, healthy and relaxed, and specifically trained for dancing.
Nimeera can either provide her own recorded music or dance with live band accompaniment, and works well with any DJ or musicians. She is more than happy to provide referrals for DJs or musicians as needed. In addition, Nimeera can entertain as a solo dancer, or coordinate for multiple dancers.
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Nimeera's professional training covers a wide range of specialties including Egyptian, Moroccan, Arabic, Turkish Orientale/Rom, Persian Bandari/Classical, Indian Bhangra/Bollywood/Mujra, Zeffa, and Khaleegy. Nimeera was awarded 2nd place Grand Champion for Bellydance in the 2005 East Coast Classic and was featured in the May 11 2007 Alexandria Gazette, Fall 2006 I Do for Brides Magazine, March 24 2004 Washington Post, February 2004 Indian Globe, and April 27 2001 Washington Post. She has made appearances at various high profile events, on several short films and music videos, and the 'Core Training for Bellydancers' exercise DVD. See her website for more details.
Dance is a beautiful and family friendly art form which will enhance your special event and provide many lasting memories!