Dance, Family Saturday, Music
2 Apr

Family Saturday Series presents

The Magic of African Rhythm

Saturday, April 2 at 11:00am

HEALTH CHECK: The Carolina Theatre of Durham is requiring all fans to provide PRINTED proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours OR full vaccination for entry. All K-12 aged guests must wear a mask at all times unless actively eating or drinking. The City of Durham is requiring face coverings to be worn while at the theater. Additional policies may apply on a show-by-show basis and are subject to change. More details available at our Health & Safety Policies page.


Teli Shabu is a professional musician originally from Liberia, West Africa. Teli grew up in a family performance ensemble where art was a way of life. A Forward Promise Fellow, and an alumnus of the African American Dance Ensemble, Teli seeks to guide young people on the drummer’s path. Teli currently runs the TMOAR Drum Institute and The Magic of African Rhythm. He teaches and performs for all ages from toddlers to seniors throughout NC.

Teli Shabu es un músico profesional originario de Liberia, África Occidental. Teli creció en una familia de músicos donde el arte era una forma de vida. Como miembro de Forward Promise y alumno del Grupo de Danza Afro-Americano, Teli busca guiar a la gente joven  por el camino del baterista . Teli actualmente dirige el TMOAR Drum Institute y The Magic of African Rhythm. Enseña y actúa para todas las edades, desde niños pequeños hasta personas mayores en Carolina del Norte.