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Karibu Black Box Dance Company

The Black Box Dance Company is at MUDA to teach a movement research workshop, which will result in a joint production. Marie Brolin Tani, the company’s artistic director, will lead the 10-day workshop with the eight Tanzanian students we’ve selected.

The company is based in Denmark and was founded five years ago by six dancers right at the beginning of their careers. They work with the best of graduating dancers from all over Europe. 

Be sure not to miss Black Box’s performance of ‘Fear’, the contemporary dance piece they are also touring in Tanzania.

Introducing Johnny Autin...

the Birmingham-based dance practitioner and choreographer, and creator of the Autin Dance Theatre. He’s in town to work with our students and develop a piece entitled ‘La Folie des Passions’. 

Founded in 2013, the Autin Dance Theatre is a Birmingham-based dance theatre company known for its socially poignant and beautifully crafted performances. 

We at MUDA are very lucky to have such a skilful and generous trainer around. 

"You guys have to make sure you always look good!"

MUDA and the Norwegian embassy

MUDA is delighted to announce that we have officially signed an agreement with the Norwegian embassy, making them _________________.

Time 2 Dance 2017 festival countdown!

This festival came to life thanks to the support of : Tanzania's National Arts Council-BASATA, the Norwegian embassy, the Italian embassy, the Russian Centre for Science and Culture, Porini property development, Flusso dance project, Panta Rei, Norwegian ministry of foreign affairs, Scenekunst Østfold ,Nordre Aker Bydel, Arts Council Norway, Fund For Performing Artists , Performing Arts Hub Norway, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tipa Tone

Time 2 Dance 2017 festival programme

The 3 evenings of festival performances start with 4 solos at the Alliance francaise on Thursday 21 September with artists from Rwanda, Tanzania, Germany and Madagascar, followed by 2 evenings at the Russian Centre for Science and Culture on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 September 2017 with performances from Tanzania, Uganda, Madagascar, Italy and Norway. Free entrance. Donations welcome.

Time 2 Dance 2017- Save the dates!!!

Our annual Time 2 Dance festival showcases the students of the Muda Africa dance school and guest artists from around the world. This year we will welcome artists from Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Madagascar, Norway, Italy and Germany. Save the dates: 21-23 September 2017. FREE entrance.


2017 Festival auditions

The Time 2 Dance 2017 festival auditions for Tanzanian performing artists are on Saturday 2 September 2017. Venue: Nafasi Art Space. Time: 10am. Wote mnakaribishwa!


Dancing for World Environment Day

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