Jeanguy Saintus and AYIKODANS Present World Premiere Dances at Flavors and Colors of Haiti in Atlanta!

The 4th Annual Flavors and Colors of Haiti will be held on December 11 at the Rialto Center for the Arts in Atlanta.

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Rasanble will consist of eight dancers from the AYIKODANS dance troupe who will use some very interesting and unusual props including brooms, plates and chairs. In their second act, they will dance Ranmase, a new work by Johnnoiry Saint Philippe. During the evening, the audience will enjoy Haitian music and drumming, as well as the talents of internationally acclaimed singer James Germain.

AYIKODANS dancing Ranmase - photo by Dominique Gosse (1)












AYIKODANS is part of a movement towards a contemporary Haitian aesthetic, while rooted in tradition, reflects modern Caribbean culture. The visionary choreography of Saintus imbues their dances with an extraordinary level of creativity, intensity and strength. For nearly three decades he has continuously pushed the limits of modern dance. AYIKODANS has danced on stages throughout the world including Latin America, France, Spain, The Netherlands, Panama, the Dominican Republic, Japan, Canada and the US to rave reviews.

Tickets to the 4th Annual Flavors and Colors of Haiti range from $47 to $57 and can be purchased at the Rialto Center for the Arts or the website click HERE.


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