Tuesday, May 29, 2007

[Wadabo_updates] This week in Senegalese Dance

Dear African Dance and Drum Community
This week there are two special opportunities
to learn Senegalese dance arts

1 - TODAY 5/29 - Djembe Dance workshop with Demba Sene @ YWCA
2 - Sat 6/2 - Koutiro Dance with Fatou N'Diaye @ Dance Complex

1 - Dance with Demba Sene:
Come out and groove in a special workshop in Senegalese Dance - experience Demba's  grace and exquisite style this evening.

Tuesday, May 29th, 6:00-7:30pm, @ Cambridge YWCA - Djembe Dance

Live drumming by Lamine Toure and other Senegalese drum masters. Classes are $12.00 each. Demba Sene has taught and performed in Boston many times (last time we saw him perform simb - Senegalese Lion Dance - with Lamine Toure at MIT's Broad Institute in April). A special thanks to Pape N'Diaye for arranging to bring Demba to Boston again. For more information please contact 323.684.8298. The Cambridge YWCA is located at 7 Temple Street, Central Square, Cambridge.

2 - Koutiro Dance with Fatou N'Diaye:

This Saturday we have the distinct pleasure of experiencing
Fatou N'Diaye's African Dance Class
May 26th, 4:30-6:00pm at the Dance Complex

Come and learn the art of Koutiro Dance, a Senegalese dance form that is
not often taught in Boston.

Sister Fatou offers African dance class every Saturday
with live drumming by
master drummers, primarily focusing
on the dance and drum arts of Senegal. Please visit www.Silimbo.com
for more information on Sister Fatou, her classes, & her dance work.

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

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