African American Dance Ensemble
Dance, Music, Social Studies, Health Education, Phys Ed.
- North Carolina
The African American Dance Ensemble, founded in 1984, exemplifies their mission by coupling the very best of African dance with a real community-based educational agenda. AADE’s programming generally takes the form of projects that provide teaching or performing venues with expanded artistic techniques, competencies and reach out to underserved or neglected communities and expose audiences to an innovative new art form. AADE encourages interracial cooperation and cross-cultural understanding. To watch a performance of the ensemble is to witness a breathtaking blend of artistry, athleticism, dynamism, and explosive energy. No one who sees a performance remains a mere spectator; audiences share the spirit and accept the moral teachings. The African American Dance Ensemble provides a variety of performances suited to students K-12. Performances include 5-8 dancers and musicians clad in traditional attire. Each dance and spoken word activity follows an explanation of its origins. Performance Activities: Workshops, Lecture Demonstrations, Concerts (Special Concerts), Master Classes and Residencies. Performance Length: Lecture Demonstrations - 45 minutes, Concerts – 1 hour – 90 minutes. Residencies and Master Classes vary in length; Residencies culminate in a performance including residency students. Workshops: participant size: 45 maximum, concerts have no maximum capacity. Recently our most popular program has been, “Rhythmic Expressions." Assembly Performance: Dancing for Healing - Respecting Culture / Beat Street - History of the Drum (K-12) Grade Levels K-12 Maximums 1,500 Students, 45-60 minutes, 2/day Special Populations Special needs students Technical Requirements Microphone and 3 chairs Total Fee 1 performance- $1,706 / 2 performances (same day and same school)- $2,640 School Portion 1 performance- $853 / 2 performances (same day and same school)- $1,320 Residency: Free to be me in my Space (K-12) Grade Levels K-12 Maximums 150 Students, 4 hours, 1/day Special Populations Special needs students Technical Requirements As needed Total Fee $3,500-$8,500 (please call for pricing) School Portion $1,167 - $2,834 (please call for pricing) Grade Levels K-12 Maximums 35 Students Total Fee 1 workshop - $ 1,046 School Portion 1 workshop - $523 References Vicki Adamson, Artsplosure, 919-844-3450 Shana Adams, Durham Arts Council, 919-560-2718 Website https://www.aade-inc.org/
The Arts Center 301 Hay Street, Fayetteville, NC, USA