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Dear African Dance & Drum Community,There are TWO performances of Music & Dance from Ghana, West Africa
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH
FEATURING VISITING ARTISTS EMMANUEL & VICTOR AGBELI
1 - Performance & discussion of Ewe Drumming and Dance with Emmanuel & Victor Agbeli
Monday, November 20th, 1:30pm
David Friend Recital Hall at Tufts University (www.tufts.edu)
Emmanuel and Victor Agbeli will lead an exciting performance and discussion of the indigenous music of the Ewe people of southern Ghana and Togo. Please contact Joe Galeota at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
2 - Berklee West African Drum & Dance Ensemble presents The Golden Stool; The Music of the Ashanti Nation - Featuring Emmanuel & Victor Agbeli
Monday, November 20th, 8:15pm
Berklee Performance Center, 136 Mass Ave (at Boylston street), Boston (www.berkleebpc.com)
Directed by Joe Galeota, with special guests Emmanuel and Victor Agbeli, Cherie Rivers, & Karen Carlington, The Berklee West African Drum & Dance Ensemble will present an evening of music from the Ashanti Nation. Please contact Joe Galeota at email@example.com for more information.