Eto’o Tsana

Is a New York City Harlem native Afro-Puerto Rican choreographer, dancer, singer, and dance educator. She graduated from Queens College Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Drama, Theater, and Dance, and attended New York University for her Masters of Arts in Dance History.

Since 2008, Eto’o Tsana has traveled extensively throughout the United States, the Caribbean, Canada, France, the Republic of Congo, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, collaborating, teaching,  and performing professionally with renowned African artists. After spending several years traveling to the Congo she was inspired to take her performance arts career to different heights. With the collaboration of Ngouma Lokito (internationally renowned Congolese recording artist) she debuts her first single “Tobina.”

 

Professional Affiliations and Credits

Tshala Muana

Papa Wemba

Ngouma Lokito

Didjak Munya

Hono Kapanga

Djanelli

Amine

Ferre Gola

Ekukuan Lokua

Benyoro

Koffi Olomide

Awilo Longomba

Samba Mapangala

Diblo Dibala

Emmerson Bockarie

Dawn Drake

Rafiya

Perfecta Ekpo

Kanda Bongo Man

Nzongo Soul

Many Exits Productions

 

Sheba Shalemariam

Nkumu Isaac Katalay

Prince Adefancy

Groupe Osase

Nabtry Cultural Dancers

Serial Sound Productions

Pure Onyx Movement

Bedford Stuyvesant Museum of African Art (Tribute to Nelson Mandela)

Kreyol Festival 2014 & 2015

Kechie’s Project Inc.

Rafiya

Wofabe

Kowteff

Afromondo Productions

Curious on Tanzania

2014 Africa Unite Gala Benefit

2013 Festival Mondial De Musique Des Femmes d’ici et d’ailleurs (Montréal, Canada)

42nd Annual International African Arts Festival

2013 African Day Parade & Festival

Harlem Arts Festival 2013

Jungledom Productions

SOB’s

Mo Beasley’s Urban Erotika (Sweet Bliss)

Lincoln Center’s 2013 “Tap City Awards”

Tabilulu Productions

Brazzaville Mabina Danse Festival 2010

Talent Afrique Inc.

Liberata Dance Theatre

Vissi Dance Theater

Movement for the Urban Village Dance Company

MC Galaxy

African Entertainment Awards

Junior Fataki

Patrick Boimbo

Nastou Traore