Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Califa Celebrates 20 year Capoeira legacy at the Malonga Center
20 YEAR CAPOEIRA LEGACY AT THE HISTORIC MALONGA CENTER
<FREE CLASSES OFFERED BY OMULU CAPOEIRA KINTUARI >
FREE Dance Class 6:30p-8:00p Afro Brasilian,
Fri. DEC. 13, 2013, 2nd flr Studio A - LIVE Drums!
Oakland, CA -- Maintaining a deep connection with Omulu Capoeira, pioneered by Mestre Preguiça 30 years ago, Regina Califa strives to cultivate these traditions and its sustenance at the Malonga Center, lead by Anthony Busca Hé Fidel since 2006 along with the leadership of Mestre Preguiça now based in Los Angeles; Miss Califa was initiated into the roda in the late 90's under the aegis of Mestre Carlos Gilberto Aceituno, dynamic teacher and illustrious founder of the Oakland "Kintuari" chapter in 1993. The chapter's name Kintuari [Unity] was adorned by the late Ta Malonga Casquelourd, a close friend and colleague of Mestre Carlos' & Mestre Preguiça. It reflects the visionary efforts by Mestre Carlos to bridge inter-chapter relations with community engagement, giving special attention to Youth empowerment, instrumental in catapulting the organization's presence as a well-rounded portal for training in Capoeira, Youth programming and the Arts. JOIN 20 year Omulu Capoeira- Kintuari chapter and leading Omulu Instructors in this Community GIVE in the Spirit of its legacy past, present and future. Axe Omulu
Check FULL schedule below for more of the weekend of activities.
Classes & Batizado at:
Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts
1428 Alice St. 2nd floor, Studio A - Oakland, CA
Stop by the Omulu Capoeira Kintuari Office for a visit.
Coordinator: Anthony Fidel“ Instrutor Busca Hé”
Fri. December 13, 2013
*5:00p-6:15p Youth Capoeira
*6:30p-8:00p Afro Brasilian Dance with Regina Califa
▹8:15p-10:00p Master Class with Mestre Preguiça
Sat. December 14, 2013
*4:00p-5:15p Maculele with Professor Espantalho
▹5:30p-7:00p Master Class with Mestre Preguiça
7:15p - 8:15p Open Roda
Sun. December 15, 2013
*10:00a-2:00p Batizado e Troca de Cordas
*Free to public, donations accepted.
Eugene King "Professor Espantalho", Raul Nevarez "Professor Pica Pau",
Uriel Arauz "Instrutor Uriel", & Daniel Rosse "Graduado Apache"