Nigerian Dance in Toronto: Ijo Vudu October 8

From a media release:

Kabako Benkadi 
Sani-Abu School for African and Contemporary Dance (SSACD) and Batuki Music Society present
IJO VUDU DANCE in concert
Kabako Benkadi (Powerful Unity) A Celebration of African Dance... from the Atlantic to the Indian, the Sahara to the Cape.
Saturday, October 8, 2011 Pia Bouman Scotiabank Studio Theatre

Founded by Nigerian dance educator, performer and choreographer Sani-Abu Mohammed Allen, Toronto's ijo vudu Dance International is a performing company of professional dancers and drummers from diverse backgrounds, on a journey to experience and share the joy and spirit of traditional African music and dance. In the traditional language of the Yoruba people, ijo vudu (ee-joh-voo-doo) refers to the transcendent spirit in dance.

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Saturday, October 8, 2011 Pia Bouman Scotiabank Studio Theatre: 6 Noble Street (Dufferin & Queen West)
SHOWTIME 8PM Reception 6:30 Buffet Service 6:30 - 7:30 African Market 6:30 - 11 
Ticket (includes dinner): $20/ $15 advance plus silent auction, door prizes & more! 
on sale now - ONLINE & at these locations: 
Nharo! Direct Trade African Art 543 Danforth Ave. 
African Drums & Art Crafts 618 Dundas St W. 
Earthsong Village 2436 Kingston Rd.