Belly Dance Resources: Use the table of contents to select sites chosen by Shira "Part 1 and 2 showcase more than 200 sites on the Internet which contain information that is useful and appealing to belly dancers."
Cyber Dance: "CyberDance is an extensive internet dance database containing thousands of links to classical ballet and modern dance resources on the Internet."
DanceSpots: This site was developed by Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Ken Greer. Use his directory to find local events or lessons by entering a zip code and selecting dance types.
Dance: @URL Arts Resources: Worldwide directory to mega dance resources including ballet links. Approximately 30 links are available in scholarly resources and archives, plus dance training programmes.
Gaynor Minden Dance Links: Dance Links was begun by dance videographer Amy Reusch with the assistance of James White on behalf of the newsgroup alt.arts.ballet. This site offers extensive links to ballet companies throughout the world including many ethnic dance forms.
Performing Arts Encyclopedia: "This is a guide to the performing arts resources at the Library of Congress. The PAE provides information about the Library's unsurpassed collections of scores, sheet music, audio recordings, films, photographs, and other materials."
Performing Arts Reading Room : The Music division of the Library of Congress has provided a list of links to performing arts libraries and research aids, periodical indexes, doctoral dissertations, obituaries and necrologies, dance sites, theatre sites, opera, film music, church music, music organizations, music industry sites, music publisher's sites, copyright information, sheet music sites, and song lyrics sites.
Mystic Sun Studio:
Dance Professor Gale Emerson, of Folsom Lake College has created a website under her professional name "Azar" for anyone interested in taking classes in belly dancing. Her studio, "Mystic Sun, offers proper technique in a fun, relaxed and professional atmosphere."