Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in Ronald K. Brown’s The Call. Photo by Paul Kolnik
Asase Yaa 20th Anniversary
Watch the 30 minute celebration featuring many of Asase Yaa’s finest!
ASASE YAA Presents “RISE UP! A Virtual Benefit Concert to #EndSars
Rise Up!” is a one-hour taped concert, featuring African inspired music, dance, and words and will premiere on YouTube and Facebook Live at 8 pm on Thanksgiving Eve, November 25, 2020.
“Raising Our Voices” in the news
The Asase Yaa “Raising Our Voices” event has been featured in the Brooklyn Paper and the Queens Ledger.
RAISING OUR VOICES FOR BLACK YOUTH VIRTUAL BENEFIT CONCERT
We’re incredibly excited to announce the premiere of our first virtual performance event! It will be broadcast on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook. All funds raised from the concert will be donated to our Asase Youth Summer Employment Initiative.
A MESSAGE FROM ASASE YAA
We miss you all and hope everyone is following the recommended COVID-19 protocols to help us get through this pandemic as a community and family.
Dreaming Of 1975 postponed
The Asase Yaa Cultural Arts Foundation and York College are postponing the March 21st premiere of it’s new musical, “Dreaming Of 1975,” and benefit event, at Milton G. Bassin Performing Arts Center to stem the COVID-19 global pandemic outbreak.
MORE ABOUT “THE CALL”
Learn more about The Call, featuring The Love from Asase Yaa Entertainment Group’s album “Drum Love.”
A review of The Call, featuring The Love from Asase Yaa Entertainment Group’s album “Drum Love.”