Inaduna (Turkey)


Ìnaduna (IHN-nah DOO-nah) means “against the will or nevertheless” and is a women’s dance from northern Anatolia in the Black Sea region of Turkey. It was presented by Evren Soytopcu Kiyak at the 2016 Stockton Folk Dance Camp. It has also been taught at various dance workshops and camps such as Kolo Festival 2014 and Texas Camp 2016 by Ahmet Lüleci. He also presented the dance in Japan in 2013. Dance notes…

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