Since 2002, as the group set out on the world-wide tour, the “The Fire of Anatolia” has been on display 1750 times for a 10-millions audience in 60 countries (Israel, Germany, Portugal, the USA, Belgium, France, Holland, New Zealand, Russia, Poland, Ukraine). The “Fire of Anatolia Show” is a genial success all around the world and charms even the well-known celebrities. Ex Prime Minister of Austria, Viktor Klima said: "A perfect choreography. Highly disciplined and dynamic show". Joe Cocker finds it as “the best, most energetic and most dynamic show that I have seen in recent years". Ex Prime Minister of Germany, Gerhard Schröder thinks it is "A well planned wonderful show. Exactly a meeting of East & West".
Mustafa Erdogan was a keen on local dances from early age and gained many prizes with the companies he worked for, in Turkish and world-wide festivals and competitions. His studies in the Bilkent University in folk dances specialty appeared to be a pretty beginning of the “Sultans of the Dance” converted to “Fire of Anatolia” several years later. The troupe consists of 120 dancers stepping, stomping and swirling to the beats of broadband music from the Black Sea to the Balkans. “Fire of Anatolia” holds the world record for the fastest stepping – 241 per minute. The „Fire of Anatolia” was honoured to performance as a first group in the Ancient Theatre in Bodrum since 2300 years. The residence of the company is a 4,700-seat capacity Gloria Aspendos Arena, located close to Aspendos Theater in Antalya region where performances are often held.
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