Dancing to Haitian Rara & Congo

Posted 4/30/21

Dancing to Haitian Rara and Congo with Mariela Dyer - a window into Haitian culture through dance - is a free community offering open to early-intermediate level dancers of high school age, and …

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Dancing to Haitian Rara & Congo

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Dancing to Haitian Rara and Congo with Mariela Dyer - a window into Haitian culture through dance - is a free community offering open to early-intermediate level dancers of high school age, and older. The workshop is a series of 4 classes on Tuesdays from 6 to 7 p.m, May 4, 11, 18 and 25. 20 participants are invited into the program - first come, first served. You will receive a confirmation email from Common Fence Music. And instructor, Mariela Dyer will be in contact via email before the first class with all necessary workshop information. Mariela Dyer is a recent graduate of Wellesley College with a passion for African & Latin dance (and especially Afro-Latin dance!). A Miami-native, raised in an Ecuadorian-American household, she loves to share her appreciation for dance with the world.

WHERE: Online
WHEN: Tuesdays in May, 6 to 7 p.m.
COST: Free
MORE INFO: Commonfencemusic.org

Mariela Dyer

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