Uhuru (Free & Creative Movement for Ages 2 - 4 Years)


Uhuru (the Kiswahili word for “freedom”) is a series of creative movement classes featuring a combination of song, dance, and play – designed to ignite children’s creative voices and nurture their freedom of expression. Olatunji is proud to continue Jamie Philbert’s signature pedagogy and help build a foundation for a life-long creative practice. This is a lively class for toddlers who are comfortable on their feet, featuring games, interactive stories, and dance, drum, and song sequences. Parents and guardians should come ready to play and participate!
When to arrive:
15 minutes before
Cancellation policy:
24 hours in advance
Caregiver required:
Yes

4 Reviews

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4.0 Average


Monica D.

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Dec 27, 2016

Was a great class for my energetic two year old.


Provider

Cumbe: Center for African and Diaspora Dance (at Brooklyn Ballet)

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5 reviews across 1 activity

160 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 935-9700

About
Cumbe is the home for African and diaspora dance in Brooklyn, bringing together classes and cultural education for dances from Africa, the Americas, and the Caribbean. Here, children, adults, and families alike can immerse themselves in the joy and vitality of music and dance.

Editor’s Tip
A multi-disciplinary performing and teaching artist, Jehan currently serves as a company member and corps coordinator for Kotchegna Dance Company, a West African dance company specializing in the dance and drum traditions of the Ivory Coast.
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