African Cultural Experience
Robert Koffie Fugah is a teacher and performer of African drumming and dance.
He is from the Abor village in the Volta Region of Ghana where music and dance are integral to life.
Robert has taught African drumming and dance for over 15 years in schools and to expatriates, both in Ghana and abroad. He moved to Otago New Zealand in 2013 and has developed a reputation as a talented and hardworking teacher facilitating workshops and performing across the country.
Robert has been a featured performer for African Day in Wellington, Special performance at Parliament House, Prana Festival, Coromandel, Luminate Festival Takaka, EvolveFestival, Nelson and the 2015 Cricket World Cup and the U20 Soccer World Cup, NZ, Guests Performer on What Now Kids Show on TV2.
Workshop Description: This is a 2 hour West African Drummin workshop provides the opportunity to experience the healing power of the
African rhythms with a unique style of guided facilitation using rituals practices, songs, drumming and dancing from West Africa especially from Ghana, so Come and experience self transformation facilitated by Robert Koffie Fugah.