Video & Music Mix by Rawey Kased
Video Camera: Sony DCR SX40 | Canon (???)
Video Program: Sony Vegas Pro
Another collage put together that included yes ofcourse Dabkeh. Trying to keep a balance of recording and doing dabkeh, I had a helping hand from a couple of friends & Kervin Myrtil from DRTV (Holla)!!!. When you see this video or when seeing this video, keep in mind the diversity. Dabkeh is for all. Just like comedy you do the same routine over n over, so meeting these people in different events, I show them new dabkeh over n over with new music over n over until the new arrives and becomes used to doing. You don't catch the same audience, there is always someone there to see of what they haven't seen before or it's just something to remind people of and get more awareness out there. Dabkeh moments like these are when I had the best chance to teach people and expose it at a greater level.
"Dabkeh Line-Dance in various events"
*Majority of them were at the University at Buffalo: North & South
- UB North: Arab Day hosted by OAS (Organization of Arab Students)
- UB North: Middle Eastern Night hosted by OAS (Organization of Arab Students) & IRSA (Iranian Student Association)
- UB South: Dhamaka hosted by PSA (Pakistani Student Association) & OAS (Organization of Arab Students)
*Canisius College 'Arabic Night' hosted by OASIS (Organization of Arab Students in Solidarity)
*International Institute at Buffalo 'Middle Eastern Night'
Video Project established on May 28, 2010 | Completed on August 13, 2010
Video Edited & Produced by Rawey Kased
Recordings by Friends [Thank You Very Much!, only if I had multiple arms to perform and at the same time entertain, but that's what are helping hands are for, I can't multi-task with everything lo0ol]
As for my last OAS video, I wanted to do something real special with the performances of the events we were invited to perform after International Fiesta & Arab Night. Enjoy the video as it includes 6 performances with fast transitions and overlaying of videos.
*This video was set to be completed 3 months ago where I had all the videos split up by each event, but I had to take a break for a few months to get back on it and finish it which it took me about 10-15 hours to complete between yesterday and today plus a few more hours when I began the video project.
Once Again Enjoy the last Video for OAS!, PEACE & GOODBYE ALL!