Afrotonic Performances & Corporate Workshops

Afrotonic can bring to you spectacular, high energy African dancing for various occasions:

  • Corporate Functions
  • Team-building events
  • Community and Cultural Festivals
  • School/ early learning workshops
  • Birthday parties or special celebrations (hen's nights etc)
  • And any other ideas you might think off!

From 2 dancers with CD music to a full 10-piece live African Drum and Dance Group, we can create for you a tailor fit program that meets your particular needs. Afrotonic Performance Troupe regularly performs with their own trio of drummers (Warren Harvey, Paul Grocott and Phil Korn), but also with other professional African Percussion groups like AWKAABA, Djaa boyz, African drumming circles, and Village Vibes Marimba band. Together they can create for you an unforgettable, rhythm-charged event or workshop. For bookings and quotes, please contact us.

afrotonic and akwaaba african drum and dance performance

Check out one of our performance videos with our regular drum 'trio' (performing Senegales dance, Ballant) on:

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African music and dance is a very powerful tool for social cohesion and Afrotonic offers interactive team-building and school workshops that inspire community personal growth and cultural exchange.

Afrotonic girls performing african dance at fundraiser event

Corporate drum and dance workshops as a team-building exercise are a very effective way of developing a culture of cooperation in our contemporary work environment by clearly demonstrating the importance of everyone’s contribution to create something powerful and harmonious.

In schools, Afrotonic creates a fun and supportive environment where all participants feel equally welcome and successful, using drum and dance workshops to help eliminate social barriers and to celebrate each one’s culture and traditions whilst stimulating children’s creativity.


Some of Afrotonic’s past workshops and shows include:

  • Royal Perth Hospital RMO Society Annual Ball, Fraser's Restaurant, Kings park
  • Regular performances at Kulcha and Fly By Night venues in Fremantle
  • Monthly Full moon drum and dance circles at City farm with Akwaaba
  • Australia Day and Harmony week celebrations every year
  • Passion of the Pilbarra heritage festival African drum and dance performaces and workshops (June 2013)
  • Fairbridge festival performances and workshop (April 2013)
  • WA2WA African drum and Dance weekend (2011 and 2012)
  • Private parties - Weddings, birthdays, hens nights...
  • Highschool African dance classes - All saints college for year 11s (Semester 1, 2012) and Duncraig senior for year 12s (Semester 1, 2011)
  • Various primary school drum and dance worshops (Endeavour primary, Jul 2011, Koondoola Primary 2006-2008),
  • UWA Summer Extension Courses and Out of Africa Concert (Feb 2010)
  • Channel 7 Xmas Parade and Joondalup Festival
  • Opening Night for African movies eg Catch a Fire (Luna Leederville – Nov’06), White Masai (Cinema Paradiso – July’06) and War Dance (Somerville – April’08)
  • Northbridge New Years’ Eve Festival, Taste Dance Jam, Balingup World Music Concert, City of Perth Dance Live Event, Ausdance performances
  • Various Corporate & Charity Functions – Killimanjaro fundraising for orphans, Hopman Cup, BHP Function, Belmont Small Business Awards, Be Kids, Make a Wish Foundation and African Dream Benefit Charity Event

Some testimonials include:

"Afrotonic dance classes are packed full of energy and roots perfect after a long week, mixing up the traditional african with funky moves - Ro and her team of drummers are just fantastic!" - Elena; fly-in-fly-out worker and Afrotonic student

"You say you're 'not a dancer'? I say 'Whatever - everybody can be a dancer at the Afrotonic classes (I did, that is the proof!) You just need to smile and listen to the music! And then... you ARE an Afro dancer!' (Ok... Also it's easier with the best advice from the best teacher - Roan) =) Vanessa Cesbron, regular Afrotonic dance class student, July 2013

"You were just amazing - you blew our minds - no inhibitions, all raw energy - amazing! Thank you so much for the experience" - Anonymous Fairbridge festival goer after our 1st performance, April 2013

"It was, fantastic, even better than we had hoped for - we will definately keep you in mind for future functions" - Paras Malik, Royal Perth Hospital RMO Society Annual Ball organiser Sept 2011

"Bloody awesome show last night ladies!!! Woohoo!!" Mary Chetcuti, Miss Africa 2011

"I just wanted to say thank you very much! From the feedback I got, everyone that attended had an amazing time and were blown away with the energy of the class. Again, thank you so much for this. All the delegates and facilitators that attended really appreciated it". - Nicky Hentrich, UN Youth Committee 2010, Wed 14/07/2010

"I loved loved loved LOVED it...........  Completely Energetic, Empowering and Free of Inhibitions!!!!!

You start listening to this magical beat and you begin to let go of all inhibitions you can't but help it, you simply flow and channel your body to the music, Veronique's mere presence and aura speaks to you as an individual and again you just can't help feeling happy and filled with enjoyment and pleasure inside your body and heart.

afrotonikettes_resizedI recommend these classes to anyone that want to become one with themselves the music and simply enjoys the love of free dance and personal expression through it.  Afrotonic was filled with energy and passion, it made me feel wonderful and wanting to keep doing more.

A - absolutely awesome
F - fabulously fantastic
R - really rejuvenating
O - officially original
T - totally terrific
O - only option
N - naughty nice
I - irresistible interesting
C - crazy (good crazy) come come COME"

Testimonial from an employee of WA State Office, Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC), Fri 20/08/2010

Click here to read the thank you note from Fadzai, founder of the African Dream Benefit charity.

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