Rhythms and Folklore of Africa

Teaching Artist: Kenya Ajanaku

Kenya’s signature program highlights cultural diversity through stories and illustrates African culture in an entertaining way. It is ideal for schools, festivals, theater and community events. And it can be adapted to either indoor or outdoor venues. Audience participation involves hand-picked students dancing and playing the African instruments. Immerse yourself in the rhythms of Africa as you join Kenya in this exciting and sought after program.

Audience: Grades K-8
Format: Residency
Curriculum Connections: Social Studies/Culture

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