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High-Demand BROADWAY Choreographer to Teach Community Dance Class in East Atlanta
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High-Demand BROADWAY Choreographer to Teach Community Dance Class in East Atlanta
Atlanta’s Award-Winning ‘Best Local International World Music Act’ GIWAYEN MATA continues their ‘DanceAfrica Atlanta’ Community Dance Series

Renowned for his choreography in some of Broadway’s most popular productions and on internationally acclaimed dance companies, New York-based choreographer Ronald K. Brown, Artistic Director and Choreographer of EVIDENCE: A Dance Company lands his dancing feet in East Atlanta for a ONE DAY ONLY. Learn to dance from him in one of the "DanceAfrica 2013" Community Dance Classes presented by GIWAYEN MATA, Atlanta’s award-winning all-sistah dance, percussion, and vocal ensemble on Sunday, April 15 from 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m, Dance 411 Studios 475 Moreland AVE Atlanta, GA 30316. At a cost of $12 for adults and $6 for children, expect an experience that will be enjoyable and energizing while learning contemporary movements to live drumming. The workshop welcomes all levels and will be filled on a first-come-first served basis.  Arrive early to stretch before class. Admission can be paid online via PayPal or at the door.



Omelika Kuumba, GIWAYEN MATA

Ph: 404-604-9364 / Text: 504-610-2237

PayPal: giwashop@giwayenmata.org



Jen Farris, ZDennis Media Group

Ph: 404-921-5921

Email: jenfarris@zdennismediagroup.com



ABOUT GIWAYEN MATA Recognized by USA Magazine and voted 2003’s “Best Local International / World Music Act” in Creative Loafing Magazine’s Best of Atlanta Issue, for nearly 20-years, GIWAYEN MATA, a dynamic, soul-stirring, all-sistah dance, percussion, and vocal ensemble has ‘wowed’ audiences in Atlanta and throughout the nation with high-energy-filled performances, workshops and classes. Dedicated to perpetuating the study and teachings of African cultures through dances, rhythms, and songs of Africa to audiences of all ethnicities, ages, and backgrounds, the West African Hausa named GIWAYEN MATA "Elephant Women" celebrates and uplifts women, the community and the planet. www.giwayenmata.org

ABOUT EVIDENCE: A DANCE COMPANY Founded by Ronald K. Brown in 1985, the award-winning 'EVIDENCE' based in Brooklyn, New York focuses on the seamless integration of traditional African dance with contemporary choreography and spoken word. 'EVIDENCE' promotes understanding of the human experience through dance and storytelling bringing arts education and cultural connections to local communities that have historically lacked these experiences. Annually the company reaches an audience of more than twenty-five thousand. www.evidencedance.com


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