Join us every MONDAY and THURSDAY for Our Exciting Programs:
Guelph Youth Music Centre
75 Cardigan Street
Each course is offered once a week for an hour, over a period of 10 weeks. The class is an excellent work out; fun, aerobic, creative, expressive and joyous.
Adult Dance : Mondays @ 7.45pm & 8:45pm
AfroCulture DRUM CLASSES:
Each course is offered once a week for an hour, over a period of 10 weeks. The poly rhythms of Africa are taught in parts and then played cooperatively with complex and interesting results. The advanced class plays and performs with the dancers The class is taught by Fulé Badoe and is quite simply a blast.
Beginners Drum : Thursdays @ 6.00 pm & 7:00 pm
Continuing Drum : Thursdays @ 7.00 pm & 8:00 pm
Adwoa and Fule are available for book reading and story telling in your school or community. Their unique style involves the audience in chants and responses to make the experience interactive and very pleasurable.
A Variety of School/Community Workshops are available:
A fun interactive expressive approach to African oral tradition.
A unique interactive workshop/performance of the histories of black people (using stories, dance and drumming) from Africa to the Americas.
AfroCulture SPECIAL EVENTS:
We offer workshops and performances for your Group or Organization for the purposes of Team building, Fundraising, Anniversaries, Festivals and Celebrations of all kinds.
Barefoot in the Snow, supprted by an OAC Word of Mouth Grant
Asabea (brand new adventures of the trickster girl), supported by an OAC Word of Mouth Grant