Lacina Coulibaly will be at the Dance Complex in Cambridge THIS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21ST, 1:30-3:00pm
teaching a unique blend of European Modern techniques & traditional styles from his home country, Burkina Faso, West Africa. In the US, Lacina's approach could be compared to that of Ronald K. Brown or other artists who strive to develop a fusion of Modern & African Diaspora dance techniques and aesthetics. See details below...
AFRICAN CONTEMPORARY DANCE WORKSHOP
WITH MASTER DANCER & CHOREOGRAPHER ,
LACINA COULIBALYSUNDAY, OCT 21, 1:30-3 :00PM, $15
At The Dance Complex, 536 Mass Ave, Central Sq. Cambridge www.DanceComplex.org. Contact email@example.com for questions.
Lacina Coulibaly is a dancer/Choreographer from who has been working for many years to develop his own style of dance that exists at the intersection between the traditional styles of his home country, and the expressions that emerge from the exploration of the self, and the techniques of European modern dance. Co-founder of the based dance company, Kongo Ba Teria, Lacina challenges traditional boundaries and to create new movement dialogues. Lacina was guest instructor at Brown University in 2006 and is presently at Yale University.