From Bulgaria to Bobo-Dioulasso…
a Sunday afternoon concert of acoustic music from Eastern Europe and West Africa , with
ZORA and KURU KUNA
Sunday, APRIL 20at 4 p.m.
ABOUT THE GROUPS:
ZORA is a vocal trio (Elin Chadwick, Donna Denevan-Lynch and Tabitha Doniach), singing songs from Bulgaria and beyond, both a cappella and with accompaniment on Bulgarian tambura by Ken Genetti and percussion by Jana Muhar and Clay Chadwick.
Balkan women’s singing is some of the most beautiful, haunting, and unique music in the world.
KURU KUNA is a vocal/instrumental group, with Daouda Traore, Amadou Camara, Will Woods and Onye Onyeamachi performing original music on traditional African instruments including ngoni, kora, mbira, djembe, and guitar. The group presents their own songs and traditional West African music, weaving magic that is sure to captivate and delight all of us.
Please email Tabitha at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve seats. Seating capacity of the hall is 50. See the PDF Flier with photos of them