Wednesday, May 09, 2007

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

Dear African Dance & Drum Community,

This Saturday we have the distinct pleasure of experiencing
Dance with Abdoulaye Sylla.
Abdoulaye will teach Fatou N'Diaye's African Dance Class
May 12th, 4:30-6:00pm at the Dance Complex

Come and learn the dynamic dances of Guinea, West Africa
all with Abdoulaye's signature grace and full-force energies!

Many thanks to Sister Fatou for bringing such a wide variety of guest master
teachers to broaden & deepen our dance learning!

Sister Fatou offers African dance class every Saturday

(4:30-6:00pm at the Dance Complex)

with live drumming by
master drummers, primarily focusing
on the dance and drum arts of Senegal. Please visit
for more information on Sister Fatou, her classes, & her dance work.

The Dance Complex is located at 536 Mass Ave, Central Sq, Cambridge. for directions

Abdoulaye Sylla was a principal dancer and percussionist from 1989 to 1994 with Les Ballets Africains, the national dance troupe of the Republic of Guinea. From 1986 through 1994 Abdoulaye was also 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. He has performed, toured, and taught traditional dance throughout Africa, Europe, and the United States. Abdoulaye now resides in New Haven, Connecticut where he is the founder and artistic director of Fotoba Dance Company.

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