Mohamed Med Camara
Mohamed Med Camara originally from Kindia, recognized by the greatest djembefolà as "The golden hands of his generation" was part of several groups: "l'étoile de Kania" where he was first soloist, "l'ensemble préfectoral" and " Benkadi ". Lives for more than 7 years in Nantes, Mohamed Camara was the soloist of the Wamali Percussions. Today he collaborates with several groups: "Wontanara", "Africamandingue de Guinée", "Sorokè" and "Wassa Sainte Nébuleuse". Mohamed transmits the richness of the Guinean tradition and the secrets of percussion with energy and dedication.
Alsény Bangoura Guinean is a dancer and choreographer born into a family of great artists of the Susu ethnicity. He began his training at the age of 10 at the circus school "Circus Guinée". He was part of the group "Le Ballet national de Guinée" and was chosen by "Les Ballets Africains" as a dancer, acrobat and musician. In 2004 he founded the dance company "Ballet Fonique". Since winter 2013 he has held dance courses and internships in many Italian and European cities.
Bamba Camarà Percussionist and dancer trained in Guinea in the Djigbé Ballets, Merveilles de Guinée, Soleil d'Afrique, Konkoba and Circus Baobab. Moving to France he was part of the Wamali Percussions group and now plays in the Africamandingue de Guineé group.
Babara B. Fakoly
Moussa N'tanga Camara
Moussa N’tanga Camara is a musician-percussionist and singer. He started playing at the age of 6. He was part of the Nafaya group (traditional Guinean music and dance). He was part of the Boka Junior Percussion de Guinée group. Since 2008 he has started going to Japan to hold workshops and shows. Since 2015 he has lived in France where he collaborates with various artists to promote the Guinean music culture.