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Have you ever before in your career been confronted with different cultural settings like in this case the Greek, and how did you prepare yourself for it?

I have done plenty of cultural and folk shows involving Middle Eastern, Central Asian and European cultures, but never Greek.  I studied ancient literature and history, so I am familiar with Greek mythology.  Also, I studied history of art and most of the paintings involve and have a foundation in Greek and Roman mythology.

What was your first reaction when you got notice that you were engaged for the show?

Jillina has always had a dream to make an unique show based upon a story not just separate dance numbers, and finally this dream came true. I knew about her show concept and I was very happy when Jillina invited me to be one of the main characters on the show.  We are all very different dance artists and we all add our exclusive flavors to the show that make our performance diverse and colourful.


Hanover, March 12, 2010

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Budapest, March 14, 2010

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by Marcel Bieger
Part 5...
Nearly made it ... Today we will speak with Louchia, who roots in Moldavia.
Which role do you play and dance in the show?

My role is Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of love, beauty and sensuality.