3 More Days Left Of @RomaneeandCo “Where Kathak and Bomba Meet In Me” Intercultural Series! Get Your Tickets for 11/17, 11/19, & 11/20

There are 3 more days left of Romanee and Company’s intercultural series “Where Kathak and Bomba Meet In Me”. Below is the schedule listing of what’s coming up:


Today, Thursday, November 17th (6:30pm – 8:30pm)

Master Class with Master of Bomba, Don Angel “Balance” Reyes and Dr. Drum

Let the captivating rhythms and dance of Bomba move you. Don Angel takes you step by step in exciting exploration of female and male movement technique with live drumming. All ages groups and levels welcome. No experience necessary.
*Females bring long wide skirt or long scarf
** Opportunity for students to perform learned pattern at Event 6

Saturday, November 19th (7pm-9pm)

Reading/Discussion and Intercultural Performance “The Ramifications of Interculturalism on Traditional Dance Forms: An Exploration of Kathak and Bomba Written by Romanee R. Kalicharran

Includes opportunity to perform learned pattern from Event 5 Master Class
Come early for a “Taste of Culture” – Foods from countries in the Intercultural Series
READING: Investigate historical points and current trends of intercuturalism in classical dance vs. folk dance via Kathak and Bomba. Analyze views on preserving tradition, the artists’ need to foster new creative works, rights to cultural property, and the future of traditional dance forms.
Excerpt PERFORMANCE of WHERE KATHAK AND BOMBA MEET IN ME uncovers the dynamics of interculturalism in the real time performance experience. Live tabla and barriles (Indian and Puerto Rican drums) accompany the dance and and go back and forth putting forth a new place of “meeting” each time.

Sunday, November 20th (5:30pm- 9pm)

Grand Finale Performance-“Where Kathak and Bomba Meet In Me”

Come early for a “Taste of Culture” – Foods from countries in the Intercultural Series

Enter the realm of intercultural performance as artistes go back in time and return to the present in this inspiring narrative of being conquered and later triumphing . The character gives both a reaction and reenactment of plantation life, a common denominator in both Puerto Rico and Guyana. Listen carefully to the references to Spanish, Guyanese Creole, Hindi and English as the story unfolds. Leap into the rhythms as the drummers respectfully exchange, influence, and borrowing of from each other while freeing the chains of the past through music and dance, ultimately cultivating cultural identity.

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For more information on the location and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.romaneeandcompany.com/upcoming-events







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