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Afrique Aya was honored to be invited to perform at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, around a piece called a “Soundsuit” by Nick Cave, this past Friday. Ben and Angelo and Soundsuit Nick Cave, originally from Missouri and now … Continue reading
Angelo’s Thursday night drum and dance classes in Fayetteville are taking a summer vacation from Washington Elementary. Until school opens back up in the fall, we’re meeting in the Mt. Sequoya Auditorium now. And later in the summer, on August … Continue reading
This month’s Fayetteville First Thursday celebrates Black Music Month and we are a part of it. Y’all come! Thursday June 7th, 2012, near Jammin’ Java at the Fayetteville Square. We’ll be in the 7:30 slot.
Yesterday we brought AFRICA IN THE OZARKS to students at Leverett Elementary School in Fayetteville. What a BLAST!! We owe big kudos to Principal Cheryl Putnam, teacher Karen Bley, the PTO, and ADVENTURE SUBARU for providing the funding, the willingness, … Continue reading
Yesterday we brought AFRICA IN THE OZARKS to students at Washington Elementary in Fayetteville. What a BLAST!! We owe big kudos to Principal Ashley Garcia and ADVENTURE SUBARU for providing the funding, the willingness, and the legwork to bring our … Continue reading
On April 7th Angelo will be performing with AFRIQUE AYA at the UA African Students Organization’s annual SOUND OF AFRICA event. In years past, this has been a very fun event, with African-style food, fashion, African student talent showcase, and … Continue reading