Rashida K. Braggs has composed, choreographed, and produced multiple performances and workshops that explore issues of racial and ethnic identity and the possibilities of merging genres. Below is a selection of performances:



Singer and Composer, Afro Cross Over Concert. Soleil du Sud. Berlin, Germany, June 22, 2019.

Dancer and Choreographer, “Moving with MFA Kera.” On the Other Side Summer Group Show. Tapir Gallery. Berlin, Germany, June 21, 2019.

Dancer and Choreographer, Group Exhibition at Tapir Gallery. Berlin, Germany, June 21, 2019.

Dancer and Choreographer, Takt Talk at Tapir Gallery. Berlin, Germany, April 29, 2019.

Dancer and Choreographer, “The Moving Cloth of Angélique Kidjo.” Pop Moves Conference. Université Paris Nanterre. Paris, France, December 8, 2019.

Dancer and Choreographer, “Explorations in Embodying Diaspora.” Dance/Performance in Interdisciplinary Perspective Symposium. Williams College Museum of Art in Williamstown, Massachusetts, March 9, 2018.

Dancer, “K’owo Ya.”, Perf. Kuku and Nya Seven Seeds. Music Video. La Place in Paris, France, July 29, 2017.

Voice Artist and Choreographer, “The Round.” Projet in Situ. Mass Moca in Williamstown, Massachusetts, May 19-20, 2016.

Dancer and Choreographer, “Me and Monsieur Bechet.” ’62 Center, Big Dance Studio. Dance 208 and Africana Studies 317. Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, March 8, 2016.

Spoken Word Performer, “Sonny’s Blues.” Merced County Arts Council in Merced, California, February 26, 2016.



“Jazz Research through Embodied Performance.” Performance Workshop at HCA Spring Academy. Universität Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany, March 22, 2019.

Producer and Master of Ceremonies, Jazz Workshops and Concert for Dartmouth College Afro/Black Paris Course. Duc des Lombards. Paris, France, July 10, 2018.



“We be blue” (Original Recording, 2018)


“Are you my home?” (Live Performance, 2019)


“Are you my home?” (Original Recording, 2017)


“Amelia in Three Persons” (Original Recording, 2011): Rashida K. Braggs (voice) in collaboration with Alan Shefsky (poem), T. Carlis Roberts (piano), Ray Gilstrap (guitar)