Joline Andrade (Salvador, Bahia, Brazil) is a dancer, choreographer, teacher, producer and researcher. She has a degree in Dance and in the Professional Dancer Course at the Federal University of Bahia. In 2011 completed the Postgraduate in Contemporary Studies about Dance in the same university.
Joline participated in important international events as a teacher and/or performer:
Gothla Spain in Madrid (ES) in 2010;
Opa Fest in Buenos Aires (ARG) in 2011;
Massive Spectacular™ in Las Vegas (USA) in 2013;
World Bellydance Convention in Seoul (KOR) in 2013;
Uy Uy Uy Festival in Montevideo (URU) in 2013;
TribaLX in Lisbon (PT) in 2014;
San Lo’ in Rome (IT) in 2014;
Sol y Luna in Madrid (ES) in 2014;
The Tribal Massive™ in Las Vegas (USA) in 2015;
II Encuentro Internacional de Danza del Vientre e Fusión in Caracas (VEN) in 2015;
Aywah Intensivos de Danza Tribal in Buenos Aires (ARG) in 2015;
The Tribal Massive™ in Las Vegas (USA) in 2016;
Delirium Bellydance in Mexico City (MEX) in 2017;
Tribal Burn Festival in Odessa (UKR) in 2017;
Opa Fest in Buenos Aires (ARG) in 2017;
The Tribal Massive™ in Las Vegas (USA) in 2018.
Among her recent projects, there is a Training Course in Tribal Dance which takes place in São Paulo, Salvador and Fortaleza since 2013. Joline is the director of EtnoTribes Festival of dance and contemporary ethnic music sponsored by the Culture Fund, as well as the show DRAMOFONE, both held in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.