Afrobeats for the African Diaspora w/ Philip Agyapong
Thursdays March 1 - April 5, 2018
Studio Grand, 3234 Grand Ave, Oakland
$100-$200* sliding scale per workshop series
Kick off 2018 with the energy, heat and flavor you need to make it to the rest of year. 6-week workshop exploring popular West African dance styles from Nigeria & Ghana. Dance Afrobeats, Azonto, Akayida with some Ndombolo flavors to complete it. This workshop series incorporate across the floor technique, choreography and free style to express yourself. Whether you want to learn the latest moves, stay strong and flexible, or add texture to your dance technique, this class has something for everyone!
All levels welcome. Comfortable attire recommended.
(Sliding Scale allows you to pay for the workshop according to what you can afford, and also allows you to be able to support scholarships & low income access. If you are able please consider paying more to accommodate those who can't)
- -Few Youth/Student/Low-Income Scholarships Available
- -Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request.
About Philip Agyapong
Philip Amo Agyapong, Ghanaian native, is a dancer and researcher who currently resides in Oakland, CA. With a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance & Theatre Arts and a Master of Fine Arts in Dance from the University of Ghana, he is well-versed in both traditional and popular dance forms from Ghanaian cultures. After formal education, Philip went on to serve at a lecturer at the University of Ghana. Philip currently works in the Bay Area teaching African Traditional and Popular dances at University of San Francisco, Mills College and East Bay Center for the Performing Arts. He is also a performer with the Diamano Coura West African Dance Company in Oakland, as well as instructing weekly classes and special workshops around the Bay Area.