In the Press


Alan Govenar's intimate new documentary "You Don't Need Feet to Dance" reveals the extraordinary life of African immigrant Sidiki Conde, a man overcoming his disability one day at a time in New York City.  In You Don’t Need Feet to Dance, Sidiki balances his career as a performing artist with the almost insurmountable obstacles of life in New York City.

The New York City Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre, and Broadcasting has selected "You Don't Need Feet To Dance"  - filmed by as part of their Marketing Credit Program. Which means Sidiki's poster will adorn Subway, Buses and a trailer will run in Taxi's. MADE IN NYC! BUS SHELTER in Manhattan and the rest are in the other boroughs.



Swayed by the Infectious Rhythms of a Musician's Life
March 23, 2009 by Roslyn Sulcas

Sidiki Conde's Music is as Compelling as His Life Story. 
September 09, 2008 by Mark F. Turner

HAI Newsletter — Sidiki Conde
Winter, 2002 by Hospital Audiences Inc.

Who Says You Need Legs If You Want to Dance?
January 22, 2000 by Jennifer Dunning

YOUTUBE CHANNEL - Meet Sidiki Conde - All Ability African Dance and Drum

YOUTUBE - CTMD Touring Artists