Featuring Afriky Lolo.
Introduce your students to the sounds and movements of West Africa in this high energy education program! Diadie Bathily and Afriky Lolo take audiences on a journey to another culture, with music and dance that celebrate history, nature and community.
This FREE virtual event will stream live at the scheduled concert time. Each show will be 45 minutes long and will engage students in interactive participation throughout. Performances will be available for two weeks following the initial air date.
Teacher handbooks will be provided to guide teachers through the show and provide follow-up classroom activities.
Click here to register! A link and instructions on how to connect, will be sent via e-mail a week before your scheduled event. Registration is required.
Contact the Sheldon Education Department at 314.533.9900 ext. 33 or email@example.com.
Click here to download the Drums and Dances of Africa study guide for your classroom.