AKOMA, is an Akan name and means patience, endurance, consistency and faithfulness. AKOMA's adinkra symbol, the heart, indicates compassion, tenderness and charity. After a debut performance in August 1995 for the Women Fest-a-daylong celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the Women's Right to vote. The group adopted the name AKOMA because it symbolizes our African heritage, spiritual roots and desire to serve the Rochester community.

Our Director, C. Sherie Hill

585-944-3792 sheriehill@yahoo.com

None scheduled. Please check back later!


• Rehearsal Times: 2nd and 4th Monday
• Rehearsal Location: First Church of God, 334 Clarissa Street, Rochester, NY 14608