SOLD OUT: Troupe Da-Da Drums and Dance Ensemble


Date
Wednesday 19 July 2017
Time
11:00AM - 12:00PM
Category
  World Wonders

Photo of Women Dancing

Troupe Da-Da African Dance and Drum Ensemble performs a variety of West African and Afro-Cuban dances. Dressed in colorful, authentic regalia and singing in traditional African languages, the dancers of Troupe Da-Da move gracefully to the powerful rhythms and percussions of the djembe, dundun, conga and bata drums, the sekere, and more.

Sold Out!


World Wonders summer series features a globally focused lineup of performances geared toward children ages 5 to 13 and their families. This weekly morning program offers an extended opportunity to journey through various cultural traditions by way of music, dance, theater, science programs and more. No reservations are required for families but advance registration is suggested. Advance registration is required for groups of 10 or more. Contact Learning Programs at 215.746.6774. Free with Museum General Admission.

Related program: Storytime Expeditions at 10:15 am

Before each World Wonders program, children ages 4–9 and their chaperones or families may participate in Storytime Expeditions, themed storybook readings and activities within the galleries. Each week's Storytime Expedition is designed to complement the themes of our kid-friendly World Wonders programs. Space is limited. Groups of 10 or more should book ahead by calling (215)746-6774.




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Philadelphia, PA 19104

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