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Luciterra is a

Vancouver-based fusion bellydance

company that consists of four women:

Amber, Gillian, Laura, and Naomi Joy.                         



Hard-hitting and dynamic, this powerful

quartet works their magic at music events,

major festivals, and underground parties

across the West Coast and beyond. At home

in Vancouver, you can catch them on the last

Tuesday of every month at their signature,

unique-each-time, full length show,

The Decadent Eccentric, in collaboration with

host and circus artist Chris Murdoch. For

ways you can learn from Luciterra, check out

Naomi's Yoga and Pilates classes and

Luciterra’s co-taught weekly fusion bellydance classes

in East Vancouver.

Extended bio below:

    The women of Luciterra have each been performing since childhood, and while each dancer instructs professionally, they continue to expand their movement vocabularies by training both locally and internationally.   Fiercely dedicated to technique, authenticity, and conscientious, respectful fusion, they strive to educate their students and audiences on the histories of the genre.

    Luciterra has shared stages with high profile musical acts such as: Beats Antique, Max Pashm, Zaki Ibrahim, Delhi to Dublin, Lynx and Janover, and Nickodemus.  They have been featured in the National Post, the Metro News, The Tyee News, and the Vancouver Courier, as well as on Shaw and CBC Television. They have collaborated with Vancouver-based Balkan band, Orkestar Slivovica and West Coast phenomenon, DJ Librarian. Selected performance highlights include the BassCoast Project, the Sistahood Celebration, Workless Party Parties, Vancouver International Burlesque Festival, In The House Festival, Big Time Out, Live at Squamish, and Shambhala Music Festival. They have been individually featured on the international television show "Shimmy," on NYC Broadway stages, the Vancouver Island Folk Music Festival, and at high profile events from the Yukon to the Mayan Riviera.