Latest News from MUDA Africa

MUDA graduates' first event

Co-founded by MUDA graduates Samwel Japhet Silas and Alawi Saidi, the Nantea Dance Company is hosting A Night of Contemporary Dance at the Alliance Fran├žaise, Thursday 15th of February at 7:30pm. "Nantea organised this evening because Tanzanians like to move, they enjoy movement," explains Alawi, a.k.a Thadi, on Boresha Biashara Radio. This will [...] Read more

Batalo...we are coming for you!

MUDA is happy to announce an exciting new partnership with fellow East African festival Batalo East. Samwel Japhet Silas and Joseph Kumeza will be the first dancers to usher in this new exchange programme between Time 2 Dance and our Ugandan neighbour. Th Batalo East festival began in 2013 and straddles the gap between traditional dance and urban [...] Read more

Dancing with Ibuka: Maguzo and Japhet

Congratulations to Pili Maguzo and Samwel Japhet Silas on securing their residencies at the Ibuka dance Foundation in Arusha! The Ibuka Dance Foundation was founded in 2014 by Canadian dancer and choreographer Anna Bussey. The foundation aims to nurture and develop dance in East Africa by "providing education and employment opportunities through [...] Read more