Wednesday, September 06, 2006

[Wadabo_updates] Abdoulaye Sylla Teaches Fatou N'Diaye's class THIS SATURDAY...

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African Dance with Sister Fatou N'Diaye

Abdoulaye Sylla

will be teaching Fatou N'Diaye's class while she continues to recover from her injuries…




Come out and support Sister Fatou & learn the exquisite dances of Guinea, West Africa

from one of New England's most celebrated dance teachers!



At The Dance Complex

As always, class is $12.00/student

with LIVE accompaniment by master drummers!


536 Mass. Ave., Cambridge, MA

Central Sq. stop on Red Line /



Abdoulaye Sylla was a principal dancer and percussionist with Les Ballets Africains, the national dance troupe of the Republic of Guinea, from 1989 to 1994 and a principal dancer, percussionist, and the director of technique for Les Merveilles D'Afrique, a private folkloric troupe which trains dancers for the national company, from 1986 through 1994. He has performed, toured, and taught traditional dance throughout Africa, Europe, and the United States. His US-based troupe, Fotoba, appeared recently at the benefit concert for Sister Fatou in August with a performance that received rave reviews. Fatou extends her thanks to Abdoulaye for his continued energy and support!

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