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Kizomba Dance Workshop: The Art of Connection Part 3, May 16 2015 @ Italian Institute of Culture – Westlands
Kizomba is an African rhythmic dance, developed in Angola in 1983. Being born in a continent with a effervescent musical history, Kizomba is a result of an evolution.
Kizomba is all about “connecting people”… and in this third series we have added more spice to all things content (footwork, Technique, body movement, turn variations and partner work combinations) for each of the three levels we will focus on.
Beginners Level 1 Session ~ 2:00 – 3.00 pm
Beginners Level 2 Session ~ 3:05 – 4.05 pm
Intermediate Level 1 Session ~ 4:10 – 5.10 pm
Early bird registration is Ksh 1000 paid in advance by the 12th of May or Ksh 1500 at the door
To Make reservations, call Marion Munga on 0723325680 or email email@example.com
Date: Saturday, May 2 2015
Venue: the GoDown Arts Centre
Time: 5 pm
Tickets: KES 300
Dancer and Choreographer Adam Chienjo in the Kalamashaka’s video – Moi Avenue
As part of the cultural program, the Embassy of Spain is pleased to invite you to a Country Fair (Feria de las Naciones) which will take place on Sunday 19th April 2015 from 10am to 6pm at the National Museums of Kenya (NMK), Nairobi.
During the Fair, different Embassies will showcase their cultural, culinary, artistic aspects, etc. The Embassy of Spain in collaboration with the Spanish Speaking Association (SSA) and the NGO “Más Por Ellos” will have a tent with the theme “April Fair” where you can taste typical Spanish food. There will also be children’s activities and the Spanish sevillana shows.
All proceeds will go to various humanitarian projects.
Dates: April 3-5, 2015
Venue: Forty Thieves – Diani Beach
Fri 3 – Disco//Shooters’ Bar//Sheeshas
Sat 4 – 10 Pm – Kuzi Easter Beach Party
Sun 5 – 11 Am – Underwater Easter Eggs Hunt
Sun 5 – 12pm – Cricket On The Beach
Sun 5 – 2 Pm – Fandango Easter Sunday
Cycling Competition // Squash Tournament
The Nairobi Performance Series is a production platform that aims to support new productions and cross-disciplinary working methods. The series will be held four times a year, each edition showcasing new works. The series is a model about responding, innovating and creating new contexts for quality artistic dance production.
The Nairobi Performance Series provides an opportunity for the performers and creators to develop new ideas, pursue local and international collaborative projects and build on their collective skills and experience to find new working modes in an ever changing environment of technology. The series aims to bring together multiple dance artists and participants who work in diverse art forms or contexts.
The programme is curated by Kefa Oiro and Moturi Kebaya.
Dance Workshop: Afro-Salsa & Bachata w/ Marion Munga, Mar. 21 2015 @ the Italian Cultural Institute- Westlands
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