Oakland, CA [Sept.12th] The Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts, known as the Bay Area portal and home to legacy companies of African and African Diaspora Arts and Culture, culture place where the works of Bay Area Cultural architects in the field of "multi-ethnic Dance and Drum forms thrive and known for its signature programming, keeping its Oakland Bay Area location as a hotspot for building Dance, Drum and Culture.
The Company presents a Dance Concert Performance Celebration, Sat. Oct. 5th at 8p.
DDT40: Down the Congo Line Instructors/Choreo: Cheo Rojas (Cuban), Kayos Makaya(Congo), Latanya d. Tigner (New Orleans), Founder/Artistic Director (DDT40) Ms. Deborah Vaughan & Isaura Oliveira (Brazilian).
Class finale lead Kayos Makaya: Movement rhythms of Kingoli, Zebola-bridging traditional w/ social stylings
|DDT40: Down the Congo Line: Community Dance revelry|
Sharing its Artistic wealth, #DDT40 celebrations will take place in San Francisco. SAT. OCT. 5th, 2013
*A Special thank you to DDT's Sonya Tigner for foto assistance, and DDT for logo use courtesy.