Arthur L. Hall

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Arthur L. Hall (April 18, 1934 – July 6, 2000)[1] was an African American dancer, choreographer, and teacher.

He founded the Arthur Hall Afro-American Dance Ensemble, a group based in Philadelphia and active from the 1970s - 1988, which combined modern and traditional African dance. He taught dance at Dartmouth College among other schools. Hall served as cultural arts director of the Model Cities Program in Philadelphia.


  1. ^ Philadelphia Inquirer, July 15, 2000, Rusty Pray, "Arthur L. Hall (Obituary)" Archived July 7, 2011, at the Wayback Machine., p C08
  • Francis Kobina Saighoe. "Traditional African American Music in Black American Socio-Cultural Interaction" African Music Editor. No 8. Dec 1996. p 28