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An n' Pale | Caf� Conversation with

Dancer & choreographer 

Nadia Dieudonn�

Friday, October 26th, 2012




Where & When

Five Myles Gallery

558 St Johns Place

Brooklyn, New York 11238

Friday, October 26th


$10 suggested donation. 

Light refreshment will be served.


After 15 years performing the world over, choreographer, dancer and teacher Nadia Dieudonn� has created a name for herself as the best Banda dancer outside of Haiti.


In 1994, she created Nadia Dieudonn� & Feet of Rhythm, an Afro-Haitian dance company where she creates, develops and fuses the traditional Vodou dances with her unique contemporary style. Dieudonn� has instructed several master classes at NYU, Katherine Dunham Dance Institute, and Alvin Ailey NYC, as well as City College and State University of San Francisco. 


Nadia has performed with masters in her field, such as Haitian icon 

Jean-L�on Destin� & his Afro-Haitian Dance Company, Ballet Djoniba, Charles Moore Dance Theater and Forces of Nature. As a solo artist Nadia has been commissioned to perform throughout the US, as well as Canada, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Holland, Japan and Trinidad.


Come join us for a discussion with Nadia about her work, inspiration, and the importance of Haiti  and its culture in her career.


Space is limited, please RSVP to [email protected]

Artist information:

Management contact:

Cynthia Karaha

[email protected]  








cordially invites you to a performance & reception featuring

Center StageSM artist B�lO


Hibernian Hall | Roxbury, MA  

Friday, October 26, 2012 | 8:00 PM  


Purchase tickets on the Hibernian Hall website here.

Tickets are $20, and include the performance and reception

with the artists immediately following the show.  


Born in Haiti, B�lO is a young, socially conscious artist committed to the Haitian cause. With his musical style known as 'Ragganga,' he and his band deliver a sophisticated, high-energy sound, mixing jazz, rock, reggae, and "Rara" traditional Vodou rhythms. B�lO is active in many humanitarian efforts to rebuild Haiti.



Center StageSM is the largest public diplomacy effort in recent history to bring foreign artists to American communities. Administered by the New England Foundation for the Arts, this public-private partnership is an initiative of the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs that is bringing renowned contemporary artists from Haiti, Indonesia, and Pakistan to the U.S. to engage Americans in cultural diplomacy as a way to create opportunities for greater understanding. Additional private funding has been provided by the Asian Cultural Council, the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, and the Doris Duke Fo

ndation for Islamic Art. General management is provided by Lisa Booth Management Inc.  


For a full list of Center StageSM artists and more information on the program, please visit the Center StageSM website at

Contact: Elizabeth Epsen | 617.951.0010 x532 







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