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Dance: Tribute Show

By TRACEY DUJARDIN Daily Press September 29, 2006

Hampton University’s Terpsichorean Dance Company will be performing at 8 tonight for its annual fall concert. The show will be held at the University’s Ogden Hall, and will pay tribute to many different dance forms, including African dance. Tickets are $5 at the door and can be purchased with cash or check. For additional information, call 727 5317.

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By TRACEY DUJARDIN Daily Press September 29, 2006

Hampton University’s Terpsichorean Dance Company will be performing at 8 tonight for its annual fall concert. The show will be held at the University’s Ogden Hall, and will pay tribute to many different dance forms, including African dance. Tickets are $5 at the door and can be purchased with cash or check. For additional information, call 727 5317.

Uhuru Dance Ensemble Still Travels, Performs

By PERNELL WATSON Daily Press May 5, 2000

Q: I have heard of an African dance ensemble called Uhuru. I believe they are from Norfolk. How can they be contacted? E mail question A: According to Diane Vincent, program director for the Uhuru Dance Ensemble, the group of dancers and drummers are still performing and traveling. “Uhuru” is the Swahili word for “freedom.” The ensemble got its start in 1987 and has had over 20 dancers and drummers come through the program. It has built a reputation in the area for being a well rounded, respected dance group.

November 17, 2005

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In bike shorts and tennis shoes, her waist length braids flying behind her, Abena Lewis led a group of Girl Scouts through a dance class Friday morning at Camp Skimino in Lightfoot. Though she looked like she could be a typical American teenager, her lilting accent gave her away. The 19 year old from Malawi was among several international counselors who worked at the camp this summer and shared their talents in painting, music, dance and theatre. Stein, its manager for the last three years, is working to give the dance troupe the legitimacy it deserves. “They’re on a par with any major dance company in the world,” said Stein in a recent telephone interview. “They rehearse 8 hours a day, 6 days a week. on Saturday and Sunday at the Yorktown Victory Center. The two day festival, sponsored by the Jamestown Yorktown Foundation, will examine early American lifestyles and crafts, showing the diversity of American culture through music, dance, storytelling, interpretation and crafts.
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