LOOK AND LAYOUT
The site will definitely benefit from having a more sophisticated look. The Imani Winds spirit would lend itself well to a somewhat more restrained - but still festive and glamorous - style. The goal would also be to please, not tire, the user's eyes: avoid pure white and neon green on black, avoid red and green together, avoid text over graphic background, and add distinctive formatting to the text for better readability (for example, the repertoire page is pretty much a block of white text on black background).
Since screens tend to become larger and larger in these recent years, it's a good idea to use a centered layout as opposed to having the site "glued" to the upper left corner of the window.
The navigation should be duplicated, in text form, at the bottom of each page as a small comfort for users - especially since a few pages do turn out be fairly long.
Changes and additions that would enhance user experience:
STRUCTURE AND TECHNICAL NOTES
Considering Imani Winds' level of activity and popularity (the site is fairly large as it is and will grow very fast!), it would be great to organise all information present on the site into a relational database. This will make both managing the content and presenting it to the user much more effective; the difference is much like difference between a roomful of books and a properly catalogued library. On user's side, a database will allow for effective, flexible presentation strategies (including easy implementation of search with various filters, etc); server-side, much updating work will be automated.
If necessary, I can create a content management panel that will allow to easily add and edit any information on the site via an intuitive web-based interface.
The current version of imaniwinds.com is written in textbook-perfect HTML of 15+ years ago, which means it's compliant with the oldest browsers in existence. This is a great thing, but the good news is that with careful application of modern technologies the site will degrade gracefully for visitors with outdated browsers, while boasting added functionality - and being, simply, more fun! - for users with newer machines and browsers. It's advisable to use contemporary technologies like CSS, PHP and Ajax to enhance user's browsing experience by providing new features and dynamic content.
Last but not least: