When you walk into a dance club or a club in Uganda, you might be greeted with the familiar sound of a flute playing.
“This is the sound of Uganda’s most popular flute,” said Gaby Dabiri, a dance instructor at the Bambara Dance Studio.
“It’s so beautiful and it’s a very joyful sound.”
But dance classes in Uganda have been getting better and better since Daberi began teaching at the studios in 2011.
That’s thanks to the help of international donors and an ambitious effort to get music into the classrooms.
The music industry is booming in Uganda.
In 2015, Uganda became the second country in the world to legalize the production and sale of music.
It was a watershed moment for music in Uganda because it marked the first time the music industry in Uganda was open to the public.
Now, dance studios across the country have turned to international donations to keep their doors open.
For the dance studios, the music helps them keep the lights on.
“We’ve always had to have music in the classroom,” said Dabiri.
“There’s no way that we could ever run without music.”
But for the dancers, it’s all about the music.
“When we come to dance classes, we get asked what we like to listen to,” said Tawanda Kato, a 22-year-old dancer at the Loyola University of Chicago.
“And we get told that we need to know what our favorite music is.”
The music at Loyolas dance studio has become an integral part of their day.
A group of dancers, including the two dancers who won the 2015 American Dance Awards, work on the beat, with a few others who bring in instruments.
There are also two drummers who play a flutes and two dancers with guitars.
“There’s something about music that brings people together,” said Kato.
“You can’t do this without it.”
At Loyolas dance studio, the staff also make a special effort to make sure that students get the best education possible.
“Sometimes we have a few kids who get up on stage and start dancing,” said instructor and dance instructor Dr. Naga.
“They may be really good, but they’re just not getting the education that they need.”
The dance studio in Uganda has been making a name for itself, and the dancers say that’s just part of the job.
“If you want to go to dance school in Uganda,” said Loyolo, “you’re going to have to learn a lot.”
With the help from donors, the dance studio also has a huge music collection that has been turned into a series of lessons.
“I teach a lot of different dances and genres, including a few flutes,” said Dr. Kato to the staff.
“But we teach them with music, so we can learn how to play them well and how to sing them.”
In the last five years, dance classes have become a staple in the Ugandan dance scene.
The dance studio is one of the few places that offers lessons in a non-traditional style.
There’s a big emphasis on the art of flute singing, and a huge emphasis on creating the atmosphere of a dance party.
“The dance students at the dance school are so passionate about their art, so they really like to learn it,” said the instructor and instructor at Lulu.
“That’s why they do their lessons in the evening.”
Lulu Dance Studio is one such school.
Lulu Dance School in Kibale District is one the few dance studios in Uganda that offers dance lessons.
They teach a few styles of flutes, and even have an indoor dance floor.
But, like many other dance studios that provide music lessons, Lulu also has an indoor music venue.
In addition to their dance lessons, the studio also teaches a music course, called the Music and Dance class.
In this class, the students learn the basics of music, and are given the opportunity to practice their skills on live instruments.
“We use the flutes to practice the music we want to play,” said one of Lulu’s instructors, Professor Nairo.
“The music is all part of this lesson, so if you want the music to change, you have to practice on live music.”
And when the music is done, the teacher has the students play on a stage.
“To be honest, when we teach dance classes we just play the flute because it’s our favorite sound,” said Professor Nogo.
“For our students, the fluting is something very special.
The sound of the flutist is beautiful.”
The Lulu dance studio offers its students a wide range of instruments, and they also have a small section of their studio that has a small library of instruments.
“Music is something that we don’t want to teach our students to play just for themselves,” said Nogo, “because we want them