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15th July 2013, 04:54 AM
African Footprint International (AFI), a music and dance group based in Cape Coast will next week embark on a three-month performance tour of Denmark and other European countries.

Dubbed “Move 2013”, the tour will involve performances and workshops in Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands and Lithuania, where the group is expected to showcase music and dance pieces rich in Ghanaian traditional and contemporary rhythms.

African Footprint

The group is noted for a delicate adoption of the elements of Ghanaian tradition rhythms, which they noticeably blend with western beats to create a new synthesis that has captivated audiences in Europe, the United States and other parts of Africa.

With three albums to its credit, AFI was established in 2000 by Samuel Kweku Addison, who recognized and appreciated and harnessed the talents of the underprivileged and disabled.

AFI has hearing-impaired artistes, who have travelled to Europe since 2002 to perform and conduct workshops to create awareness of the potential and talents of the disabled.

Godsbanen, Royal Academy of Music (Aarhus), Adisson’s Mighty Works Apps, African Footprint Legends, Keld Hosbond, Klejtrup Musikefterskole, Den Rytmiske Højeskole, Shanghai Akademi, Sydjurs Musikskole, Brandbjerg Højskole and www.artsghana.com are supporting “Move 2013”.

3rd September 2013, 12:01 PM
Great. I I have time I go and get to join. Greets!