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"If you can talk you can sing, if you can walk you can dance"

Kalabanté meaning “go-getter, ambitious child, with exceptional courage” in the Sousou language, this NPO pursues a double mission: the promotion of African artistic cultures and the realization of humanitarian projects, cultural exchanges, between Canada and Guinea.

Kalabanté Productions specialize in events such as shows, workshops and conferences around the world.

This non-profit organization welcomes and supports all amateur Canadian talent, as well as visible minorities, wishing to increase their knowledge and improve their training to a higher level.


The construction of a circus school in Guinea, named École Kalabanté, also offers the chance to establish a fruitful exchange with the Canadian professional artistic community during the cultural exchanges established since February 2010 with the Inuit company of Artcirq in Nunavut.

Highlighted, multiculturalism therefore shows viewers that it is possible to be united and supportive, to communicate and live together despite cultural differences.

“We want our audience to feel right at home when they watch us, no matter where the broadcast is. »Yamoussa Bangoura, founder and artistic director.

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