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Brooklyn Academy Of Music Presents DanceAfrica

 

African Rhythms/American Echoes

Under the artistic direction of Chuck Davis, the 33rd annual DanceAfrica festival (May 22–31) features Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Illstyle & Peace Productions, the Pamodzi Dance Troupe of Zambia, and BAM/Restoration DanceAfrica Ensemble

Opening Ceremony on Saturday, May 22 at 10am at Weeksville Heritage Center—open to the public for the first time

Celebratory Memorial Day Weekend tradition also includes the DanceAfrica Bazaar, African films, master classes, and an art exhibit

BAM 2010 Spring Season is sponsored by Bloomberg

DanceAfrica 2010
African Rhythms/American Echoes
Dallas Black Dance Theatre (Dallas)
Illstyle & Peace Productions (Philadephia)
Pamodzi Dance Troupe (Zambia)
and
BAM/Restoration DanceAfrica Ensemble (Brooklyn)

BAM Howard Gilman Opera House (30 Lafayette Ave)
May 28 at 7:30pm
May 29 at 2 and 7:30pm
May 30 and 31 at 3pm
Tickets: $20, 30, 40, 50 (Half price for children 16 and under)
BAM.org or 718.636.4100

Brooklyn, N.Y.—BAM’s longest running performance series, and one of America’s largest and most vibrant celebrations of African and African American dance, music, and culture, continues with the 33rd annual DanceAfrica festival, African Rhythms/American Echoes. Created in 1977 as the nation’s first festival devoted to the rich legacy of African dance, DanceAfrica has evolved into a highly-anticipated and high-spirited Memorial Day Weekend tradition that brings together the entire community. Under the artistic direction of Founding Elder Chuck Davis, DanceAfrica 2010 features the Pamodzi Dance Troupe, from Zambia, Africa, joined by two American companies, Dallas Black Dance Theatre and Philadelphia’s Illstyle & Peace Productions. The festival also features the BAM/Restoration DanceAfrica Ensemble, an annual favorite and a powerful symbol of youth involvement in the preservation of African heritage, performing for the fourteenth straight year.

 
For information, please contact Joe Guttridge at jguttridge@bam.org or 718.636.4129x4.
 


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