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Fall 2013 class schedule, guest teacher, and workshops

Lots of exciting news to share for Seacoast West African Dance and Drum this fall!

Schedule change
Beginning Thursday, September 5th, drum classes will start at 5:30 and dance class will start at 6:30!

Drum class with Namory Keita
5:30 to 6:30
$10 per class
For more information email
info@namorykeita.com

Dance class with Liz Fowler
6:30 to 8:00
$12 per class or 8 classes for $80 (to be used within 12 weeks)
For more information email
seacoastdanceanddrum@gmail.com

Guest teacher, Thursday, September 12
Alhassane “Papain” Camara will be visiting from New Mexico and guest teaching for the Thursday night class

Known for his graceful yet powerful style, Alhassane shares his vast knowledge of Guinean dance with students of all levels. He has taught in the Seacoast several times. Here is a clip from a class he taught in Newburyport in 2011 as well as a post class solo in Arizona. Alhassane will be coming to New England straight from a tour in northern California. We’re all looking forward to welcoming him back and hope you’ll join us!

Class will be at the same time
Thursday
September 12
6:30 to 8:00
$12.00

West African Drum and Dance Workshops on October 5
They’re coming back!

Celebrate Guinean Dance & Drum with a day of workshops and a scintillating evening performance at The Dance Hall on Saturday, October 5, 2013 featuring artists Sidiki Sylla and Ismael Bangoura of Jeh Kulu Dance and Drum Theater in Vermont; Mangue Sylla from NYC; and Namory Keita as well as other special guests.

Drum class with Ismael Bangoura
Noon to 1:30 pm

Dance class with Sidiki Sylla
1:45 to 3:15 pm

Dundun dance class with Mangue Sylla
3:30 to 5:00 pm

$15 per class in advance or $40 for all three
$17 per class at the door or $45 for all three

$15.00 for performance in advance or $20.00 at the door
Purchase ahead through Brown Paper Tickets

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