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The nation's largest festival dedicated to African dance returns for its 38th year, bringing together performance, art, film, and an array of community events for an exhilarating celebration of culture from Africa and its diaspora.
This year's edition celebrates Brazil, tracing the transatlantic roots of the country's vibrant music and dance traditions. Headlined by Afro-Brazilian dance troupe Balé Folclórico da Bahia, 2015 marks the last year that Baba Chuck Davis will lead the festival as Artistic Director.
Catch Balé Folclórico da Bahia and select New York dance troupes in the annual Memorial Day weekend performances. And don't miss the one-and-only outdoor bazaar, FilmAfrica, and many other events. Ago! Amee!
Chuck Davis is one of the foremost teachers and choreographers of traditional African dance in America.
BAM/Restoration DanceAfrica Ensemble celebrates ancestral roots and the modern-day community.
This 32-member troupe is the only professional folk dance company in Brazil.
Abdel R. Salaam is the Artistic Director Designate for DanceAfrica.
DanceAfrica 2015 welcomes Balé Folclórico da Bahia, tracing the African roots of Brazil’s dance.
This cinematic companion to BAM’s DanceAfrica celebrates the best in African film.
Vendors from around the world transform Fort Greene into a global marketplace.
Jump N Funk is North America’s original Afrobeat party dedicated to icon Fela Kuti.
Nildinha Fonseca and company percussionists lead this Afro-Brazilian dance workshop.
A family dance class with Baba Chuck Davis and Nildinha Fonseca (Balé Folclórico da Bahia).
A community welcome featuring performances by students from the BAM Education program.
Baba Chuck Davis guides this annual tribute to those who have passed on.