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Please see the information below to take advantage of the visit to Brandeis University
by the Amazones ,
a women's drumming ensemble
from Guinea, West Africa
March 1-3, 2007.
The ensemble will engage with the public through many activities,
including a DRUMMING WORKSHOP that is FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
from 5:30 to 7:00pm on March 2.
Their stay concludes with a concert at Brandeis at 8pm on Saturday, March 3.
Amazones, Women Master Drummers From Guinea, come to Brandeis University for the only www.brandeis.edu or call . For more information about the concert, go to www.brandeis.edu/MusicUnitesUS/residency.stop on their US tour on March 3 at 8 pm. The West African group's dancing and drumming has been called "a heavenly outpouring of throbbing jubilation, forceful uplifting beats and pounding enthusiasm" by Maximum Ink Music Magazine. Tickets are $20 general, $10 students and seniors, with discounts for groups and children. A lecture by Lansine Kaba, Brandeis professor of African American studies, precedes the concert at 7 pm. For tickets, go to
Leigh Swigart, Ph.D., Director of Programs in International Justice and Society
International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life, Brandeis University