Tamala

Sacrifice for Ousmane Sassou Coumbassa

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We are pleased that so many people came to the Tamala compound to honor the memory of our brother and pray for him on the the 3 year sacrifice for Sassou, the 11th of May 2013. Have a look at the photos below.

We are thankful for all the support we can have!

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Kora lessons with Sekou Conte

Don’t forget that besides the dancing and drumming classes we arrange there is also the possibility to learn how to play the kora with Sekou “Payton” Conte. Payton is a great, patient and positive teacher! Contact us for more information!

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Dancer Almamy Camara in England!

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We are happy to tell you that our very talented dancer Oumar Almamy Camara is living in England since the autumn of 2012! You can find him in Bournemouth.

Contact:

almamydanse@yahoo.fr

+44 7404 919833

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Sassou

Ousman “Sassou” Sylla

Two years ago today, 11 May 2010, our dear friend and beloved member of Tamala, Ousman “Sassou” Sylla, passed away. May he rest in PEACE and LOVE

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Tamala’s very own website!

Finally Tamala Africa has it’s very own space on the Internet. Yes, this is Tamala’s first official website/blog!

You might have found information about us on MySpace and on several other sites, but this is the only page that will be managed by Tamala’s own members. This is where you will get the latest information, newest photos and videos and updated contact details.

This website will be filled with information about Tamala Africa and regularly updated, so go ahead and start surfing through the pages you find in the top right corner and stay tuned for more information.

Greetings from The Gambia!

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