"Voices Of Africa" Choral and Percussion Ensemble will kick off the annual Kwanzaa festivities for travelers and fans! Come and check us out.. we have an awesome show prepared for you!
"Voices Of Africa" will perform two consecutive assemblies at the famous International School of Beaverton. The ISB hosts a variety of programs for their students across the global expanse of cultural enrichment. ABOUT: "The International School of Beaverton aims to encourage students to learn through an international lens as thoughtful, compassionate world citizens. We actively embrace intellectual rigor, intercultural respect, service to our local and world communities, and the promise of a peaceful world. In addition, the school promotes a challenging international education program with rigorous assessments recognized around the world."
The "Voices Of Africa" will be returning to the Pacific Northwest, bringing a powerful demonstration of their African cultural music dance and song. This event is open to the public.
This event is free and open to the general public. It is family friendly. "Voices Of Africa" will join Camara Arts in presenting an Africa Cultural music, dance and song workshop.
10 a.m. until LAWNSIDE HERITAGE DAY. Parade starts at 10 a.m. and concludes at Lawnside Park where there will be music, vendors and food all day. Fireworks after sundown. 12 to 3 p.m. Peter Mott House open to visitors, Admission $5 for adults; $2 for students.
Multi-Instrumentalist, Vocals, Percussions
Sounds Like: Sweet Honey in the Rock, Babatunde Olatunji, Women of the Calabash, Bob Marley - Roots, Rock, Remixed, Angélique Kidjo
Manager: Nana Baakan Agyiriwah
Bio: VOA as an organization , has been around some 25 years. We have traveled the continental expanse of the USA; appeared in Canada, Jamaica, London, Hawaii, and Ghana. VOA started out as a children's ensemble. VOA has now become an "African Cultural Arts Collective" that works with a variety of comm...See Full Bio
“Wide Variety of Events Set for African-American Heritage Month at UA January 27, 2006 - Filed under: Events | Tagged: African-American Studies, Culture Click Here to Download High Quality VersionTUSCALOOSA, Ala. – An array of events will be offered at The University of Alabama to recognize February as African-American Heritage Month, ranging from forums on race relations to musical performances to a health and fitness fair to comedy entertainment and hip-hop poetry. “Voices of Africa,” an all-female a cappella choral and percussion ensemble will give two performances in Tuscaloosa on Feb. 16, including a 9 a.m. session at Shelton State Community College’s Bean Brown Theater and a 7 p.m. performance in the UA Ferguson Center Theater. The group performs and teaches the audience about the history, techniques and style of the traditional African instruments they play. For more information about the group, go to www.voicesofafrica.net/.”