What happens when you mix a tap-dancing bandleader from Austria with a balafon player from Wisconsin, a singer from Guinea and a doun douner from the Ivory Coast?
You get Féraba, that’s what.
We couldn’t swear to it, but we’re pretty sure the name loosely translates to “Get up and dance!”
That was the effect on kids attending Tuesday’s lunchtime performance on the Morristown Green.
Féraba is led by Irene Koloseus, the Austrian tap dancer. She was joined by Andy Algire (Wisconsin), Ismael Kouyate (Irvington by way of Guinea), Sekom Dembele (Ivory Coast), and dancer Nene Camara, stepdaughter of Koloseus.
The series concludes on Aug. 8, 2017, with the Music from China Trio.