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S​humba Arts Community group share dance, drumming and song from West Africa and beyond. Expressing the joys of life through the simple coming together in rhythm! Shumba Arts is a collaboration between Denise Rowe, Allan Kerr and Bella ​Lilley. Denise Rowe is a movement artist, choreographer, dancer, musician who draws primarily from Pan-African dance forms. An associate lecturer at The University of Plymouth she teaches regularly at Falmouth University and The Mhararano Mbira Academy. Denise has trained in African dance in the UK, Ghana, Gambia, Senegal, Zimbabwe and with the Baka hunter gatherers in the Cameroonian rainforest. Recently awarded a Trailblazers Champions fellowship by the Association of Dance of the African Diaspora in London in recognition of her contribution to the field of Dance of the African Diaspora. Allan has lived, studied and travelled extensively in The Gambia, Senegal, ​Sierra Leone and Guinea Bissau as well as gaining a 1st honours degree in Ethnomusicology from the School of Oriental and African studies, University of London. He has been teaching and facilitating workshops for over 15 years with Drum Taka Boom and also performs with a range of bands including Ombiviolum and Dakar Audio Club. Bella Lilley has a 1st honours degree in Ethnomusicology from SOAS, has trained in The Gambia and Zimbabwe and can be heard performing with Ombiviolum and Chartwell Dutiro.
 

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