Falling into the arms of Autumn

This month in class I look forward to sharing Djolé with you as the leaves continue to change to lively reds, oranges, and yellows throughout the month. The energetic dance, Djolé, comes from the Timiné people of Sierra Leone. 

Here’s a preview of Djolé~

There are a number of exciting Guinean drum and dance opportunities coming to Maine this month:

*This Saturday, October 5th, we’ll welcome 3 fantastic Guinean artists: Sidiki Sylla, Ismael Bangoura and Mangue Sylla to the Dance Hall in Kittery (link here for details) … AND … 

*Thursday Oct 31st, we’ll welcome Youssouf Koubassa back to Maine Ballroom Dance Studio in Portland accompanied by Namory Keita ~ I couldn’t be more pleased!

Let’s pack the studios and give these artists a warm welcome so they’ll come again and again~

Please mark your calendar & spread the word!

See you on the dance floor!  

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