After different tours across the country in search of qualified traditional dancers, members of the Rwandese traditional ballet, Urukerereza Troupe have declared that they are ready to thrill participants in the forthcoming Pan-African Dance Festival which starts March, 23rd in Kigali.
Laurent Makuza, head of the cultural department at the ministry of sports and culture, revealed that this is the good opportunity for Rwandese Traditional Ballet to present Rwanda’s culture as well as promoting it.
“The Ballet is made of qualified traditional dancers, musicians and singing group of people who were selected countrywide and I am sure many people will enjoy its performance” Makuza noted.
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