Abdoulaye Alhassane offers Workshops catering to students of all age groups interested in learning about Traditional African Instruments, African Rhythms, and the connection between Traditional Music and Fusion. Workshops include lecture/demonstrations, and musical performances by Composer and Recording Artist Abdoulaye Toure
Programs tailored for University, College,
High School, and Primary School levels.
Abdoulaye Alhassane also provides many programs for the general public:
Museums: Performance with audience interaction
Festivals: Concerts and Workshops
Askia Music offers private and group lessons for Guitar, Percussion, and many other African instruments,
Meet Abdoulaye A. Toure and learn how to play African classical folk, African traditional blues, sub-Saharan, North African, Congolaise soukous, and Afro-pop music.
Play guitar like Ali Farka Toure, Zani Djabate, Djeli Madi Tounkara, Habib Koite, Mamar Kassey, Lobi Traore, Diblo Dibala, and many other great African artists.
Abdoulaye Alhassane offers expertise in rare African traditional instruments such as gurmi, kurbu/molo, kuntigui/comsa, gasu (calabash), nzarka/goje and many others.
Six New York City artists and the Emerald Isle Immigration Center announce that we have received an Artist Employment Program (AEP) grant from Creatives Rebuild New York (CRNY). Designed to support employment opportunities for artists, the program is funding 98 collaborations involving a dynamic group of 300 artists employed by community-based organizations, municipalities, and tribal governments across New York State. CRNY has awarded a total of $49.9M in funding to support artists’ salaries and benefits, with an additional $11.7M in funding provided to the organizations holding employment.