Caravan World Rhythms

ROOTS AND BRANCHES – African Celebration

  • Date:

    Saturday, February 8, 8pm

  • Time:

    Doors and Dinner 7:00pm; Show 8pm- 11pm

  • Venue:

    Performance Works, 1218 Cartwright St
    Granville Island

  • Tickets:

    $15 advance / $20 door / $12 students & seniors.
    Advance tix available online, or in person at Highlife (1317 Commercial drive). Or call to order 1-800-838-3006

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Time Will Tell Arts, TD Bank, and Caravan World Rhythms are excited to be hosting an evening of exhilarating music from Ghana, Zimbabwe, Guinea and Senegal as part of the TD Bank Then & Now Black History Month Series 2014.  Featured performers are:
- ADANU HABOBO – Ghanaian Drum, Dance & Horns  - www.adanuhabobo.com
- ALPHA YAYA DIALLA & BOUJOU – West African Guitar, Vocals and Kora – www.alphayayadiallo.com 
- ZHAMBAI TRIO – Zimbabwean mbira, percussion and vocals – www.zhambai.com

The evening is open to all ages.  

COME EARLY and enjoy African food provided by TASTE OF AFRICA.  Check out these reviews:
http://dinehere.ca/surrey/taste-of-africa-the

Plus licensed bar beverages.

Doors open at 7:00pm.  Show starts 8pm sharp.  ALL AGES WELCOME!

ABOUT THE PERFORMERS

ADANU HABOBO
A 14-member diverse powerhouse of drummers and dancers that play traditional drum/dance music from Ghana. Led by Kofi Gbolonyo and Curtis Andrews, they strive to share their love of Ghanaian music and culture with the people of Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. For this performance, Adanu will be joined by special guest artist AWAL ALHASSAN, master dancer from Ghana who will light up the stage with his electrifying moves and charisma. Also, a 4-piece horn ensemble will be on-board to play arrangements of traditional songs to accompany the dances! 

ZHAMBAI TRIO
Mbira (thumb piano) music from Zimbabwe led by master player Kurai Mubaiwa, performing ancient melodies and original tunes. 

ALPHA YAYA DIALLO & BOUJOU
Alpha Yaya Diallo is a three-time Juno winning multi-talented artist whose dextrous guitar-playing, with its fluid melodic lines and compelling grooves, places him in the front ranks of African musicians in Canada. He is joined by the soulful singing and virtuosic kora playing (21-string African harp) from a newly arrived Senegalese musician, Boujou, who comes from a family of master musicians.

 

 

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