Former djembe soloist for Guinean drum and dance ensembles Ballet Destin, Ballet Bolonta, and internationally renowned ensemble Les Sorciers de Guinée, Mohamed has studied and performed with many of the world's great master drummers including Ton Ton Sylla and Fadouba Oularé.
Son of Guinea’s great Master drummer, Fadouba Oularé, Mohamed has been playing djembe since a very young age. As lead djembe soloist for Les Sorciers de Guinée, Mohamed has toured extensively overseas, and has taught students from Europe, America and Asia.
Master dancer and educator Aboulay Camara has been teaching and performing traditional Guinean dance for over 30 years. Former dancer for Les Ballets Africains, Aboulay has toured and performed extensively in Europe and America. Founder and choreographer of the Guinean Ballet Destin, Aboulay has mentored dancers of all ages from all over Guinea.
Son of Guinea's great kora master, Fode Kalissa, Amadou is a master of both kora and dun dun drumming. As dun dun player for Les Sorciers de Guinee, Amadou has toured extensively internationally, and taught students from Australia, Europe, America and Asia.
Guinean master dancer Namsa Oulare, from Ballet Destin, has studied with Guinea’s great master dancer Moustapha Bangoura, with Les Ballet Bagata. Namsa has an extensive repertoire of traditional dances and techniques from all over Guinea.