Arli Liberman Tour Promo Video
Arli Liberman's promotional video for his 2013 New Zealand tour... featuring Phoenix Belly Dance!
North Shore Times
Candice Frankland and Molly Dennis in the North Shore Times 22 October 2013.
East and Bays Courier
Candice Frankland and Cindy Corne were interviewed for the upcoming Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park performances in the 16 October 2013 edition of the East adn Bays Courier.
North Harbour News
Candice Frankland and Molly Dennis in the 4th October 2013 edition of the North Harbour News about their upcoming performance and workshop at the InterACT Disability Arts Festival.
NZ Fitness Magazine Article
by Candice Frankland
Candice Frankland's article for New Zealand Fitness Magazine! Includes tips for starting out and some general belly dance knowledge.
An Interview with a Belly Dancer
by Leila Morad, Auckland University Dance Studies student
Leila Morad's interview with Candice Frankland of Phoenix Belly Dance.
A Weekend with the Queen of Cairo
by Candice Frankland
Candice Frankland's article for Bellydance Oasis magazine on her trip to Sydney to participate in the Belly Dance Star Awards. The guest of honour was none other than the Queen of Cairo, Dina!
Belly Dancer On The Road
by Sandy Danford of Lazuli School of Bellydance
A beautiful article Sandy Danford contributed to Raks Afrika magazine. The article is for her daughter, who occasionally likes tapping on drums with Candice Frankland.
People's Choice 2012 Variety Fundraising Auction
We are proud to be one of the sponsors for Variety - The Children's Charity at the 2012 People's Choice Awards! The silent auction raised over $20,000. Thanks to the Corporate Events Guide and Variety for having us!
Central Leader Newspaper Interview
Woman's Weekly Magazine Article
Check out this issue of New Zealand Woman's Weekly to see Candice featured alongside a few other special Kiwi dancers:
Maori TV - Kanikani Mai
Phoenix Belly Dancers performed for Maori TV's programme Kanikani Mai, aired on TV March 2012.
Inspire Belly Dance: Molly Dennis, The Girl Who Steals The Show and Melts Hearts
If you ask ten-year-old Molly Dennis, she belly dances because it's fun. She was first drawn to belly dance at age six because of the music, colors, beautiful costumes, and being on stage. What six year old girl doesn't like dressing up and being the center of attention?
"I love it, it makes me feel happy, I love dancing with other people, I like being on stage, it’s so much fun," said Molly.