Also new to the faculty this coming fall will be Willie Jennings, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies, who was appointed last summer but has spent this academic year on research leave. in Religion, Ethics, and Politics from Princeton University (2015) and is pursuing his second Ph.
Harambee Dance Company The Harambee Dance Company was founded in 1992 by Sandella and Frank Malloy in Charleston, South Carolina and relocated to New York City in 1996.
Harambee is an innovative dance company that explores the roots of African and African – American dance and music from a contemporary perspective.
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Committed to artistic integrity and professionalism, the company exists to promote and explore different forms of Black Dance and challenge limiting stereotypes of Caribbean dance.
CDT is a cultural ambassador that celebrates Canadian culture with a Caribbean Flair!
It’s not enough to be proficient at one style either: they must demonstrate an ability to adapt between styles, usually variations of commercial hip hop choreography, International-style Ballroom, Broadway/Jazz, and commercial lyrical Contemporary.
The appeal of the show for spectators comes from exactly this emphasis on talent - the talent of both the dancers and the choreographers.
DATE: Sunday July 31, 2016 TIME: PM – PM Artists include: Caribbean Dance Theatre Harambee Dance Company (New York) Gadfly Dance Company Jasmyn Fyffe Matthew Cuff Tamsir Seck Lua Shayenne COMPANY BIOGRAPHIES Caribbean Dance Theatre Caribbean Dance Theatre (CDT) is an 10 year old, all female dance group, specializing in an array of African Caribbean based dance styles.
The French Caribbean term “Toute Baghai” would be the appropriate phrase to describe what this group has to offer… Tamla Matthews is the Artistic Director and the Head choreographer of the company which exists to celebrate the Caribbean contribution to the Canadian cultural mosaic.
Yale Divinity School has made seven faculty appointments this semester to date.