Wunmi Idowu is an accomplished dancer, choreographer, instructor, and director, born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria. Wunmi began performing at the age of 3, and since moving to Alberta in 1992, has immersed herself in the African dance community, both in Edmonton and Calgary...
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Inspired by dance styles such as hip hop and krump, Zimbabwe native Nyasha Nyamaka has been dancing professionally since 2008. She has been active in advancing the Krump dance movement in Western Canada training with Calgary...
Ezinne Chukwu, originally from Nigeria, has over 10 years of experience. She began dancing between the ages of three and four years old. Her passion for dance grew from a tender age, and she soon found herself training in hip-hop and modern dance.
Kimberly Ihekwoaba was born in Nigeria. She started dancing at the age of eight casually for school and church performances. During those times, she was introduced to dance styles, Hip-hop and Afrobeats. In 2007, Ihekwoaba migrated to the United States, she was introduced to the Spanish language.
Shari was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica, moving to Calgary in her mid-twenties. She started formal dance training at nine years old at the Edna Manley School of Creative and Performing Arts in Kingston, continuing on at the University...
Simba Sithole was born and raised in Zimbabwe, a country located in the Southern region of Africa. Sithole began dancing about the age of twelve. His speciality was in traditional Zimbabwean dance, such as Borrowdale, Coupe Decale, and Kwaito.