Angel Kaba is an International artistic director and award-winning choreographer based in Brooklyn, New York. Angel has more than 15 years of experience in art production, youth development, and women empowerment. 

Angel holds an honor BA in Marketing Management from the Brussels Business School. Currently, she is a professor at Rider University, a faculty member at Broadway Dance Center, Alvin Ailey Extension, and Steps on Broadway. Angel is an NYFA alumni from IAP (Immigrant Artist Program), a board member on the Steps Support Black Artists (SSBA), supported by Steps Beyond foundation in New York City to empower Black voices in the arts. 

Angel is also the founder of the platform Afro’Dance New York, created in 2016 to celebrate diversity, community, and global culture. As a well-respected African Caribbean woman from The Republique Democratique of Congo and Martinique, Angel is passionate about uplifting black experiences and stories from around the globe.

Learn the roots of the history of hip hop and street dances, techniques, and skill sets that are fundamental.

"I've compiled more than 20 years of research and expertise in this course, my goals and vision are to create a better world where we can all learn from each other."

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
~Nelson Mandela~



_ Exploring Hip Hop & Street Dances

Learn the roots of Hip and Street Dances

This course should help you to:

  1. Feel more confident and more knowledgeable in dance terminology, Culture & History
  2. Be able to recognize, identify, and demonstrate the technique and movement elements fundamental to Hip Hop & Street dances and the influences of many dancers/choreographers
  3. Develop a stylistic approach to Hip Hop and street dances technique and an appreciation for the history and future of these dance forms as a technique and performance art.
  4. Gain knowledge and understanding of the historic influences of the many styles of Hip Hop and street dances on the evolution of dance and present their research on a prominent dancer/choreographer in written, didactic, and choreographic demonstration.