Ghanaian Saakumu Dance Troupe Free Performance

Filed under Entertainment & Dining, Events on March 14, 2017.
From Ghana, West Africa, internationally known and celebrated artist, Bernard Woma and the Saakumu Dance Troupe to hold workshops and perform at UF.
Friday, March 17th, 7:30 PM, Performance, University Auditorium, Free.
Bernard Woma a teacher and Master musician from Ghana, West Africa. Woma, as well as other musicians plus his noted dance troupe, Saakumu, also from Ghana, will be performing and conducting workshops for the purpose of exposing and teaching students, faculty and staff of UF and the community about traditional music and dance forms from West Africa.
The Woma/Saakumu visit to the University of Florida is being organized by the School of Music, sponsored by Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere with support from the Yulee Fund. Co-Sponsored by the Office of Research; the School of Music; the International Center; the Center for African Studies; Black Affairs of the Multicultural and Diversity Affairs; Languages, Literature and Culture; Board of College Council/Student Government; the College of the Arts; School of Theatre and Dance; Center for World Arts.

From Ghana, West Africa, internationally known and celebrated artist, Bernard Woma and the Saakumu Dance Troupe to hold workshops and perform at UF.

Friday, March 17, 7:30 p.m., Performance, University Auditorium, Free.

Bernard Woma a teacher and Master musician from Ghana, West Africa. Woma, as well as other musicians plus his noted dance troupe, Saakumu, also from Ghana, will be performing and conducting workshops for the purpose of exposing and teaching students, faculty and staff of UF and the community about traditional music and dance forms from West Africa.

The Woma/Saakumu visit to the University of Florida is being organized by the School of Music, sponsored by Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere with support from the Yulee Fund. Co-Sponsored by the Office of Research; the School of Music; the International Center; the Center for African Studies; Black Affairs of the Multicultural and Diversity Affairs; Languages, Literature and Culture; Board of College Council/Student Government; the College of the Arts; School of Theatre and Dance; Center for World Arts.