Professional Learning: A Journey through the Caribbean
February 27 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Apollo Theater Education Program Presents
A Journey Through the Caribbean
Professional Learning Workshop with ¡RETUMBA!
Wednesday, February 27 | 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
$15 per person (includes workshop, light refreshments, and all materials)
Throughout history people have engaged in music and dance specific to their communities’ culture. Studying the folklore of these cultures allows us to observe the way people lived and how they choose to express themselves. Often dance and music is the vehicle which a story is communicated and students often express their cultural identity through the arts. What can we learn about our global community by engaging with music and movement? Spend the afternoon with us exploring Antillean culture through dance and rhythms. Be prepared for an active workshop, wear comfortable clothing and your dancing shoes!
This workshop is presented in conjunction with our School Day Live performance ¡RETUMBA! A Journey Through the Caribbean.
Means Resounding! Co-Founded in 1981 by Artistic Directors Yvette Martinez and Nancy Friedman this all-female company emphasizes the strengths of women performing together in celebration. The members of the company are from many different ethnic, cultural and artistic backgrounds and each member has a unique background in music and dance.
**Participants will receive 1.5 CTLE hours | The Apollo Theater Education Program is now a state-approved provider for Continuing Teacher and Leader Education credits.