Since 1995, Sounds of Afrika has performed nationally and internationally. Kojo Bey, Abishai Ben Reuben , and Deborah Calhoun founded the troupe as an Afrikan Drum and Dance troupe to promote Afrikan and Afrikan-American culture in the communities and schools. All of the members have diverse backgrounds in the arts and extensive study of African dance and drumming techniques. Sounds of Afrika has performed and facilitated after school programs in over 700 schools. They have also been featured on television and in various publications.
Sounds of Afrika has been recognized as a premiere troupe, invited to perform for various events and share the message of unity to its audiences always stressing the importance of respecting every culture. Everyone regardless of background can use the values and lessons that are taught. In addition to the schools, Sounds of Afrika reaches out to youth centers where teens are at risk; to community centers where people socially congregate; to churches and civic organizations; to prisons; to corporations; and to hospitals, health centers, and elderly shelters where the healing processes are taking place.
For more information about Sounds of Afrika and Kojo Bey please visit http://soundsofafrika.com/
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