February 16th Dobet Gnahoré Jan 28th 2017

February 16th Dobet Gnahoré
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"Take the energy of Lauryn Hill, the consciousness of India Arie and the mystique of Erykah Badu and you got Dobet Gnahoré," says St Louis American.

As a child, Gnahoré was trained in the music and dance traditions of the Bété people by her father, a well-known performer in West Africa. On stage Gnahoré‘s voice, dancing, charisma, and huge presence brings audiences to their feet around the world. Dobet sings in a range of African languages including Bété, Fon, Baoule, Lingala, Malinke, Mina or Bambara, thereby reproducing the Pan-African tradition of the Ki Yi Mbock group. On stage, her voice, her charisma and her presence, the result of several years theatrical and choreographic work, has immense audience appeal.

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  • Old Town School of Folk Music

    Thursday, February 16, 2017 - 8:00 PM

    Dobet Gnahoré

    4544 N Lincoln Ave · Gary and Laura Maurer Concert Hall · 773.728.6000

    $28 General Public

    $26 Members

Old Town School of Folk Music

Article by: Virna Souza [BrazilChicago]


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