The Feraba Company is composed of six professional dancers and musicians who are each qualified teachers and ambassadors for the Company as well as the presenting organization. The Company excels at performing a wide
Feraba provides opportunities to apply and strengthen critical thinking and problem solving skills, helps expand verbal and non-verbal communication skills and exposes students to the arts, elevate their self-esteem and self worth.
We offer dance instructions in the following styles: Tap, West African, and Creative Movement
Feraba members are currently on the roster of Young Audiences NY, Community Works, 3rd Street Music School
WEST AFRICAN DRUM CLASSES for adults
Ibrahima Kolipe Camara, master drummer from Guinea, West Africa, is teaching traditional rhythms from Guinea on Djembe, Doun Doun, Sangban and Kenkeni drums. Classes are ongoing, open level, beginners are welcome. These are adult classes. Drum rental available. For more info contact Kolipe.
When: Fridays from 6:30-8pm
Directions to CSV:
Beginner Tap Dance Classes for ages 6 and up
Irene Koloseus is currently teaching beginners tap dance classes at the Spoke the Hub dance school in Park Slope, Brooklyn. No experience necessary, students will learn basic tap technique, choreography, improvisation and the history of tap. Classes are on Thursdays. For more information, click on the link above.
Feraba A.R.T. Summer Camp
Feraba A.R.T. Summer Camp is an innovative summer program designed to serve children in grades one through eight. The purpose of the camp is to expose students to the arts and the professional work of the company. Students will be trained in tap dance, African dance and African drumming. Feraba uses dance and drumming as a vehicle for developing self-esteem, self-discipline, creative expression, critical thinking skills and cultural understanding.
For more information please contact Irene Koloseus (347) 413 5489, e-mail: feraba SummerCamp
In 2011 and 2012 this Program was made possible through the