My name is Domani Keïta. I was born in Guinea Conakry and my mother was a famous dancer in the African ballet at the time of Sékou Touré. You have certainly heard of my late uncle Mamady Keïta Djembéfolà who spread his African music art all over the globe. He has always been my favourite mentor and a great inspiration. I have grown up in West African culture, with its songs, dances and traditions.
In 2004, after being awarded a top distinction with the ballets of Guinea, I moved to Europe. Ever since, I have been teaching African dance in weekly lessons and workshops in Brussels and accross Europe.
A bientôt !