COLLABORATIONS

Please find below details and links to further information about our beautiful friends and collaborators.

milele angola

Another great and essential support to Mulembas d'Africa. Milele is an Angolan designer based in Portugal with wonderful pieces and accessories, Milele supplies unique pieces full of creativity and femininity. A perfect present and a perfect little indulgence at accessible prices.

 

Mulembas d'Africa is the representant of Milele Angola in England. Check out Milele's work and contact us through our contact form to know where we will be next.

 

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drummers united

Drummers United is an educational/team building drumming organisation set up by Paul Butler and based in Sheffield, Yorkshire. Drummers united specialise in providing quality African drumming workshops and, more recently, African dance workshops/tuition to public/schools/community groups.

 

Paul has been playing hand drums since 1990, in particular West African djembes and doun douns (bass drums), Latin American congas and bongos, as well as other hand percussion, and has been teaching/running workshops since 1999.

Working alongside Mulembas d'Africa from day one, Drummers United bring beautiful energy to the African Fusion classes.

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aLLATANTOU

Allatantou is a drumming/dance company created by Abdoulaye Camara in Africa in the 70s. Since the 80s, Allatantou has travelled through the 5 continents, having created strong roots in Sweden, Scotland, Ireland, Scandinavia, Norway, USA and Portugal. Since 2006 it has been in Portugal being directed by Joana Peres, its artistic director and Joao Russo Marques, musical director. Allatantou dedicates itself not only to to performances and dance training but equally to humanitarian causes in Portugal, Guinea and Mozambique

 

Mulembas is humbly proud to announce this amazing support and mentoring project received from Allatantou. A collaboration that sees the training of Angelina Abel in Guinean dance and the growth of Mulembas phisically and spiritually.