West African Dance Movements

By caren calder
caren calder

CONTACT: www.lotusmusicanddance.org
Caren Calder is an instructor at Lotus Music & Dance in New York City who may be reached at 212-627-1076. Ms. Calder is a dancer, storyteller, percussionist and yoga instructor. Her professional dance career began in upstate New York with Garth Fagan’s Bottom of the Bucket, But… Dance Theatre, and then with Lois Welk, Bill T. Jones and Arnie Zane of the American Dance Asylum. Her training expanded from modern and improvisational dance to African/Caribbean dance with Pearl Primus and Percival Borde. Her return to NYC launched her fully into West African dance with the Chuck Davis Dance Company, Forces of Nature Dance Company, Iyataiye Dance Company and Harambee Dance Company. Coming full circle, she repeatedly appears with the improvisational performance piece, “From the Horses Mouth” created by Tina Croll and James Cunningham. Her union with Women of the Calabash founded by Madeleine Yayodele Nelson, brought her singing and percussi

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