Online West African Djembe Dance with Alky Plus


Jun 02 2020


Eastern Time
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm




Pay what you can - concept

❤️💛💚 Classes by professional dancer Alky Plus – online on the ZOOM app – ⏲ TIME Open level Tuesday’s 18:00-19:30 CET (17:00-18:30 UTC).

1. Please write to Compagnie Alkhaly Camara (facebook or or Laura (+45-60855686) before joining and like our page! Please indicate if and how you paid for the class (all contributions are welcome during this time!) Afterwards we will send you a link to the zoom meeting. If you cannot pay, let us know, and we will figure something out!
2. Download the ZOOM app on your computer. No account needed.
3. Join Zoom Meeting with the link sent to you. Write to Laura +45-60855686 if any problems.

💲 PAYMENT – suggestion: 100 DKK / 13 EUR / 15 USD – reduced price for students + unemployed: 50 DKK / 6,5 EUR / 7,5 USD – International bank transfer to Laura (write for details) – PayPal: (

June 2: Moribayassa (Yassa)
June 09: Guiné Faré (Yokui)
June 16: Liberté June 23: Soko

Zoom Video Communications – dance at home and interact via your computer or phone!

Alky is a Copenhagen-based professional dancer and choreographer from Guinea Conakry, educated both at the famous dancing scene of Conakry and in 2014 from the National Guinean Academy of Arts “Institut Superieur des Arts de Guinée”, specializing in traditional Guinean dances and rhythms. He is director and choreographer of “Ballet Fonike”, one of the major traditional dance groups in Guinea, as well as dance director for the modern dance and theatre group Tawuly Creation. Alky has many years of experience in teaching adults, professional dancers, beginners as well as school children and youth. He has performed with various dance groups in both Africa and Europe. Dance is Alky’s great passion, and he lives to educate and share the unique Guinean dance culture, both at home and abroad.

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