See them performing at the African Music and Cultural Festivals
In early 2000's EACACOV (East + Central African Communities of Victoria) invited Suzanne to bring her knowledge -based on her training from Bagamoyo College of Arts, Tanzania - across to the East African children's playgroup and Atherton Gardens community to work with young people and families.
Ayel Akot joined the programs as a student, shortly after Suzanne realised Ayel's talent, work ethic and potential and collaborated on many projects over the years. Ayel and Suzanne now continue promoting cultural awareness, sharing in cultural knowledge and learning with the community together in their dance, music and performances now for almost 18 years (Ayel Akot for 12 years).
This has been through the constant support of African Communities Foundation Australia, (formerly EACACOV) which have invited Mzuri Dance to coordinate and facilitate a home workclub/ life skills and dance and music programs at Atherton Gardens - programs spanning more than a decade.