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Sunday, March 22, 2009

African Dance Ole' School Style

African dance is a fun way to loose weight and an opportunity to have a cultural connection. Here in New York you can get connected to your own culture or learn about a new one while getting in shape.

Join KowTeff for our 1st Community Dance Class of 2009 with master dancer Malang Bayo! Class will be held at St. Phillip's church in the historic Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. Teaching artists Kow Teff and Tilisha Bradley-Goveia will lead a children's class at 11am, immediately before the community class. KowTeff's fun and high energy classes are taught by master African diaspora dancers, feature live djembe, kuitiro and sabar drumming which is great for families and African dancers of all level.

1st Class of the 2009 Series

Malang Bayo
Master Dancer from Le National Ballet De Senegal

March 28th 2009
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
St.Philip's Church
265 Decatur St.
(Stuyvesant & Lewis Aves.)
Brooklyn, NY 11233
A or C Train to Utica Ave; B25 or B26 to Lewis Ave; B46 or B15 to Decatur St.

Children's Class
Tilishia Bradley-Goveia
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Classes are FREE to St. Philip's Members, but you must register in advance.
Call Sherri Hobson-Greene: 718.452.2920

For more info about the dance company
Call: Sewaa Codrington 347.232.7834

Kowteff African Dance Company

Kowteff African Dance Company on My Space

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