Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Six-year-old Brock Burgess watches and tries to imitate one of the Senegalese dancers at Trinity Episcopal Day School Friday. The two drummers and one dancer performed as part of Trinity’s Global Studies Program through The Bureau of Lectures & Concert Artists, Inc. “It’s a wonderful program that is entertaining but also culturally enriching,” history teacher Linda Rodriguez said. “It shows the kids the world is full of magical things.”
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Six-year-old Brock Burgess watches and tries to imitate one of the Senegalese dancers at Trinity Episcopal Day School Friday. The two drummers and one dancer performed as part of Trinity’s Global Studies Program through The Bureau of Lectures & Concert Artists, Inc. “It’s a wonderful program that is entertaining but also culturally enriching,” history teacher Linda Rodriguez said. “It shows the kids the world is full of magical things.”

Photo feature: Learning to the Senegal Beat

Published 12:04am Saturday, January 18, 2014
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Six-year-old Lily Crumb, below, applauds Friday.
Brittney Lohmiller / The Natchez Democrat — Six-year-old Lily Crumb, below, applauds Friday.