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Belgasmi does not shy away from challenging what is acceptable in what he sees as contemporary society's modesty and conservatism.By embodying this character, Belgasmi retraces Tunisian history in this period.Belgasmi sees dance as a strong tool for safeguarding immaterial history and culture.This is ultimately what Belgasmi wants to do with his choreography.Belgasmi also aims to preserve and share his country's history through performance and instruction. Having taught different dance styles for many years, he recently turned to traditional dance and rhythms and promotes Tunisian dance. In the last few years Belgasmi has dedicated his life to traditional dance and music, and through his courses and riveting performances, he hopes to share unknown stories from his country's past, and promote Tunisian dance throughout the world.Rochdi Belgasmi will lead dance workshops Sept. 23-25 .
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