About this Event
Join SUNY Oswego's Institute of Global Engagement (IGE) for an afternoon of live drumming and Music. You won't just listen to traditional and cultural music of North and South Ghana, but you will also get to participate in the drumming and dance.
Wuza-Wuza company members are highly-trained performers and instructors, having completed a rigorous residency with prestigious companies such as the National Dance Company of Ghana, Noyam African Dance Institute and collaborating with members of the Sogo dance troupe, Nbanba Culture dance, N.Y.C. Dance troupe, Gyanomo Dance Troupe and many others. The company is considered among the fastest developing production groups on the continent in its creativity and innovation, and their progressive revival of traditional dances has been lauded as visionary.
In compliance with section 504 of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), if you have a disabling condition that may interfere with your ability to successfully complete this course, please contact the Office of Accessibility Resources located at 155 Campus Center, phone (315 ) 312-3358, email@example.com. The Accessibility Resources website can also provide additional information
This event is sponsored by SUNY Oswego's Institute for Global Engagement (IGE), Artswego, and the African, Latino, Asian, and Native American communities (ALANA).
For additional information contact IGE Fellow Najah Zaaeed at firstname.lastname@example.org
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