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Zorba’s Dance (Sirtaki)

“Sirtaki” is danced in a circle or line formation with hands held on neighbours' shoulders. The summer anthem “Zorba’s dance” finds now a modern touch that will make the whole world dance together!

Which are the origins of “Sirtaki”? It’s a popular Greek folkdance created for the 1964 film Zorba the Greek, choreographed by Giorgos Provias with music by Mikis Theodōrakīs, in a mixture between the slow and fast rhythms of “Hasapiko” dance.

The name sirtáki comes from “syrtos”, which means "lead the dance” in Greek!