VDA Artist Profile #48

Hannah strikes a dramatic pose with one arm up and one reaching forward while wearing a purple and gold two piece costume. Photo Credit: Dreamer's Realm Photography
Hannah strikes a dramatic pose with one arm up and one reaching forward while wearing a purple and gold two piece costume. Photo Credit: Dreamer's Realm Photography
Hannah throws a blue and green veil into the air while wearing a one piece sheer blue dress with sparkly embellishments and cutouts. Photo Credit: Dreamer's Realm Photography
Hannah throws a blue and green veil into the air while wearing a one piece sheer blue dress with sparkly embellishments and cutouts. Photo Credit: Dreamer's Realm Photography
Hannah dances in a circle of other dancers wearing a gray dance dress and extending green and white fan veils. Photo Credit: Ben Deflorio Photography
Hannah dances in a circle of other dancers wearing a gray dance dress and extending green and white fan veils. Photo Credit: Ben Deflorio Photography
Hannah smiles while wearing a two piece blue and silver beaded costume and dancing with a blue and white veil. Photo Credit: Peter Paradise Photography
Hannah smiles while wearing a two piece blue and silver beaded costume and dancing with a blue and white veil. Photo Credit: Peter Paradise Photography
Hannah poses in a long velvet dress with a silvery hipscarf and a candelabra (Shamadan) balanced on her head. Photo Credit: Peter Paradise Photography
Hannah poses in a long velvet dress with a silvery hipscarf and a candelabra (Shamadan) balanced on her head. Photo Credit: Peter Paradise Photography
Hannah stands with arms outstretched and eyes closed, enjoying the musical moment while wearing a purple and rainbow beaded two piece costume. Photo Credit: Ben Deflorio Photography
Hannah stands with arms outstretched and eyes closed, enjoying the musical moment while wearing a purple and rainbow beaded two piece costume. Photo Credit: Ben Deflorio Photography
Hannah Christine Rohloff

Hannah Christine has been studying Middle Eastern and fusion belly dance since 2005, first in the midwest and then in New England. She fell in love initially with the movements and confidence the dance brought and then was forever hooked by the deep history, culture, and music of this dance form. She loves the emotive aspect especially when it allows her to express and share joy with an audience. She performs solo as well as with Raq-On Dance’s student Troupe, the Raq-ettes, which performs folkloric and modern Middle Eastern Dance styles throughout the Northeast.

Hannah also has a love for improvisational dance forms and is looking to collaborate with other Central Vermont dancers.