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Elizabeth Sayre

musician

san francisco, CA

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Afro-Cuban
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MY STORY

Elizabeth Sayre has been playing Afro-Cuban bata since 1994, and studied with masters of the form in the US and Cuba -- her primary teachers were/are John Amira, Orlando Fiol, Lazaro Pedroso, and Amerlia Pedroso. Since 1999 she has accompanied Afro-Cuban folkloric dance class with master Cuban dancers, including former members of Yoruba Andabo, the Conjunto Folklorico Nacional de Cuba, Cutumba, Afro-Cuba de Matanzas, and Raices Profundas. In addition to the bata, she also plays congas and Brazilian percussion. Elizabeth has studied, played, taught, documented, written about, organized events around, and successfully sought funding for traditional arts and artists since 1997.

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MY STORY

Elizabeth Sayre has been playing Afro-Cuban bata since 1994, and studied with masters of the form in the US and Cuba -- her primary teachers were/are John Amira, Orlando Fiol, Lazaro Pedroso, and Amerlia Pedroso. Since 1999 she has accompanied Afro-Cuban folkloric dance class with master Cuban dancers, including former members of Yoruba Andabo, the Conjunto Folklorico Nacional de Cuba, Cutumba, Afro-Cuba de Matanzas, and Raices Profundas. In addition to the bata, she also plays congas and Brazilian percussion. Elizabeth has studied, played, taught, documented, written about, organized events around, and successfully sought funding for traditional arts and artists since 1997.

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