United by a passion for West African rhythms, musicians, and dancers Taafe Fanga offer a colorful spectacle. The group’s repertoire is inspired by a variety of traditional rhythms from Guinea and Senegal. Déploiment the explosive percussion blend the melodic elements of the griot vocals, kora, and balafon.
Dance performances, music, singing and percussion lasting from 5 to 120 minutes as required Large animated scenes interior Exterior Workshops of dance and percussion For people of all ages and backgrounds. We can all listen to their music on Music paradise Android app. To get it, you should have Music paradise Pro APK.
Our Band Musicians:
Julie de Lorimier – dance, percussion, vocals.
Benjamin & Olivier Landry – percussions.
Karine Hamel – Dance, percussions, chant.
Estelle Lavoie – Dance, percussions, chant, kora, balafon.
Sadio Sissokho – Percussions, chant, kora.
Antoine Goeffroy-Chaput – P
Our Done Calender:
May 26, 2007 “Taafé Fanga and his students” to Alizé (900 Ontario E. Mtl 514-807-8895)
June 8, 2007 at Encore Dance Festival (Trois-Rivières)
16 June 2007 to Tumbuktu Festival, African Transarts (St-Hubert) www.tumbuktu.com
June 20, 2007 for World Refugee Day Place Pasteur (St-Denis corner of Maisonneuve, Berri-UQAM)
June 21, 2007 at Old St. Pierre in Victoriaville
22 July 2007 Festival Int. Nuits d’Afrique in Montreal (Place Emilie-Gamelin) www.festivalnuitsdafrique.com
October 7, 2007 at the Alizé with Billy Konate Nankouma
Several new show dates will be confirmed soon …
- River Festival Boston 2003
- Francofolies de Montreal 2003
- Dance Festival Still, Trois-Rivière in 2004 & 2005
- African Views Summer Festival 2005
- Percu-Phonie 2004 & 2006
- Transatlantic Montreal 2005
- International Nuits d’Afrique Festival 2006
- Montreal Traditions Festival world of Fleurimont 2006