Sadio Bah

“Impressions” Head, heart and hands are stimulated. Within a short time ( 1-2 hours, depending the children’s age), the children receive a vivid impression from various African countries conveyed: based on music, language and objects (instruments, toys). The children are invited to try, to participate and to create their own memories and take them home. By selecting Read More …

Iting Ley

Piano, violin, guitar and vocals Iting was born in Keelung, Taiwan. At the age of 6 she started playing the piano and a year later she learned violin. Within 9 years she already showed her talent on the stage and she has been honored with the first prize in the piano competition in Hsinchu City Read More …

Venant Ntiemo

Venant Ntiemo comes from a traditional Griot family in Cameroon. His mother was a dancer, and so he was mentored from very young age, the rhythms of his family. Venants teachers were Amadou Kienou from Burkina Fasso and the Cameroonian drummer Guy Neogang from France. Since 2002, he plays with numerous international groups including, without Read More …

Gordon Odametey

Gordon grew up in the village “Beje Wo Ahumi” in the Odametey family, known for their outstanding drummers and dancers. Influenced by his grandfather, a famous herbalist, he discovered early on the healing power of certain spoken words and special drum rhythms, especially the “Heartbeat – rhythms”. In Ghana and neighboring countries, he was very Read More …

Mwenda Meyer

In Cape Town the local kwaito dancer, in Berlin AFROFUSION, Mwenda is also a teacher and dancer who practiced various forms of dance, while new styles combines the meeting of traditional and modern elements that their own journey between cultures and the search reflects her own identity. “I want to learn from many cultural groups Read More …

Marc Kofi Asamoah

Communication in Africa – Before and Now People are social beings and yearn for connection and compassion, No one is an Island. Messages in Africa have always spread with incredible speed. It is extremely fascinating how quickly the messages were transmitted from one Village to another. Certain fundamentals of communication have to do with helping Read More …

Elizabeth Abena Asamoah

Work or play? To be a child in Ghana – how is that? The speaker tells about her childhood: When they began to help in the kitchen and why? How to bring water from the river or from wells? Why children who are born in Ghana are carried on the mothers back and not driven in Read More …